Faster mens doubles format trialled at Madrid Open
Experience the excitement of the Madrid Open as a faster men’s doubles format is trialed, promising a dynamic and thrilling tennis spectacle. Stay tuned for updates on this innovative experiment in the world of professional tennis.

A speedier men’s copy arrangement, with a more noteworthy focus on matches between singles players and set up copy groups, is being trialled at the Madrid Open.

Groups are permitted a fair 15 seconds instead of the normal 25 seconds between focuses after revives up to three shots, and 60 seconds to sit down at the alter of closes.

Daniil Medvedev and Stefanos Tsitsipas were among seven top-20 singles players to enter the occasion, which highlights five rounds in a fair five days.

“For me, it’s a shootout, which is kind of energizing. Once we get going – blast, this is often on,” said Matt Ebden, the current world number one copyist and president of the ATP Player Committee.