Set in the Linear Park of the Manzanares River and designed by French architect Dominique Perrault, this multidisciplinary space encompasses two main areas, Madrid Caja Mágica and Indoor Tennis, where sporting, cultural, and recreational activities are held.
Madrid Caja Mágica has three clay courts with retractable roofs, so they can be used throughout the year. The centre court or Manolo Santana Stadium can hold up to 12,500 people, the Arantxa Sánchez Vicario Stadium can hold up to 3,000 spectators, and Stadium 3 can seat 2,500.
The Indoor Tennis venue is divided into three areas: the south zone, with 12 padel courts and two tennis courts, all indoor; the north zone, with 5 resin courts; and the central zone, with a heated swimming pool, spa, and multipurpose spaces. In the outdoor area there is another space known as the Tennis Garden with a further 10 clay courts and a shopping area.
Made out of steel, wood and glass, it is one of the capital's major architectural reference points, with a stunningly versatile and functional design. Since 2009, it has hosted the Mutua Madrid Tennis Open.