WTA Madrid Open (tennis)
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WTA Madrid Open Tennis
Madrid Open
Defunct tennis tournament
TourWTA Tour (Tier II) (1996)
WTA Tour (Tier III) (1996-2003)
Founded1996
Abolished2003
Editions8
LocationMadrid, Spain
SurfaceClay

The Madrid Open is a defunct tennis tournament on the WTA Tour, held between 1996 and 2003. It replaced the International Championships of Spain (held in Barcelona) during these years, before a new tournament was started in Barcelona in 2007. It was a Tier II event in 1996 but was lowered to Tier III from 1997 onwards until it finished in 2003.

Jana Novotná was the most successful player at the event, winning the singles title in 1996 and 1997. Monica Seles also reached the final on two separate occasions, winning the title once.

Champions

Singles

Doubles

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