WTA Schedule 2024

Your ultimate guide to women's tennis association tournaments and matches

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Looking for Women's Tennis Association tournaments? You're in the right place.

Whether you're planning to attend a Women's Tennis Association match or follow the action from home, keep an eye on TicketSwap for the best tickets to these must-see events. Stay updated with the Women's Tennis Association's 2024 schedule and get ready for a year filled with exceptional tennis from the best athletes in the sport.

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Where is the next tennis tournament?

The tennis calendar is a dynamic affair, with games happening worldwide throughout the year. For the most current information on the next tournament on the ATP or WTA tour, it's best to consult the official ATP or WTA websites, which provide up-to-date schedules.

WTA Tennis Schedule
CREDIT: Jim Sung

Which woman won all 4 Grand Slams in a year?

Steffi Graf achieved this extraordinary feat in 1988, winning all four Grand Slams in the same calendar year. This accomplishment, known as the "Golden Slam," also included her Olympic gold medal, making her achievement unparalleled in tennis history.

Who is the best women's tennis player right now?

The title of the best women's tennis player is constantly in flux due to the competitive nature of the sport. Rankings change based on recent performances, with the likes of Ashleigh Barty, Naomi Osaka, and Simona Halep having recently held top spots. For the latest rankings, the WTA's official website is the go-to source.

When and where is the WTA Finals 2024?

The date of the Women's Tennis Association finals is 3-10 November 2024, where eight tennis stars and doubles teams will battle it out.

But when it comes to the location, that's currently up for discussion, listed as 'TBA' on the WTA site. There is increasing speculation that the championship may be hosted in Saudi Arabia. The 2023 finals took place in Cancun, Mexico.

WTA Schedule 2024
CREDIT: Jim Sung

2024 WTA Tour

Linz Open | Upper Austria Ladies | Linz Austria

Austria, January 28 - February 4

Hard - Singles Draw: 32, Doubles Draw: 16

Previous winner: Anastasia Potapova (Russia)

Held from January 29 to February 5 on hard courts, the Linz Open, in Linz Austria is known for being a springboard for young talents. Players like Kim Clijsters and Maria Sharapova claimed their first WTA titles here. Anastasia Potapova from Russia was the previous champion, continuing the tradition of emerging stars making a mark.

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Transylvania Open

Romania, February 3 - 11

Hard - Singles Draw: 32, Doubles Draw: 16

Previous winner: Tamara Korpatsch (Germany)

Taking place on hard courts, this tournament - recently added to the WTA calendar - celebrates Romania's rich tennis history. It's known for its enthusiastic local support, especially for homegrown players. Tamara Korpatsch from Germany was the last champion.

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Stuttgart Open | Porsche Tennis Grand Prix

Germany, April 13 - 21

Clay - Singles Draw: 32, Doubles Draw: 16

Previous winner: Iga Swiatek (Poland)

Taking place on clay from mid-April, the Stuttgart Open is unique for awarding the champion a Porsche sports car, a tradition that has become a coveted symbol of victory. Iga Swiatek, the previous winner, joined an elite list of champions who've driven away in style.

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Mutua Madrid Open

Spain, April 22 - May 5

Clay - Singles Draw: 128, Doubles Draw: 32

Previous winner: Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus)

The Madrid Open is held at the Caja Mágica, a modern facility known for its transformable structure. Previous winner Aryna Sabalenka conquered one of the highest-altitude tournaments in Europe, adding her name to its impressive roster of champions.

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Italian Open | Rome Masters | Internazionali BNL d'Italia

Italy, May 6 - 19

Clay - Singles Draw: 128, Doubles Draw: 32

Planned for May 5 - 19 on clay, the Italian Open is revered for its history and the iconic red clay of the Foro Italico. The tournament has seen legendary finals and is a key preparatory event for Roland Garros.

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Libéma Open | s-Hertogenbosch Open

Netherlands, June 8 - 16

Grass - Singles Draw: 32, Doubles Draw: 16

Scheduled for early June 7 - 17 on grass, this event is unique for being one of the few tournaments featuring both ATP and WTA players. It serves as a crucial warm-up for Wimbledon.

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Rothesay Open Nottingham Open

Great Britain, June 8 - 16

Grass - Singles Draw: 32, Doubles Draw: 16

Previous winner: Ekaterina Alexandrova (Russia)

The Nottingham Open is known for its intimate setting and player-friendly atmosphere. Previous winner Ekaterina Alexandrova thrived in this unique environment that blends competitive tennis with a welcoming vibe.

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Berlin Ladies Open

Germany, June 15 - 23

Grass - Singles Draw: 32, Doubles Draw: 16

Previous winner: Petra Kvitova (Czechia)

The Berlin Open has a rich history dating back to the 1970s. Petra Kvitova, the last champion, added her name to a list that includes tennis greats like Steffi Graf and Martina Navratilova.

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Rothesay Classic Birmingham Open

Great Britain, June 15 - 23

Grass - Singles Draw: 32, Doubles Draw: 16

Previous winner: Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia)

The Birmingham Open is renowned for fostering some of the finest serve-and-volley tennis on the WTA circuit. Champions like Jelena Ostapenko and Ashleigh Barty have used this tournament as a pivotal step in mastering the unique demands of grass-court play, a skill that's essential for success at Wimbledon.

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Rothesay International Eastbourne Open

Great Britain, June 22 - 29

Grass - Singles Draw: 32, Doubles Draw: 16

Previous winner: Madison Keys (USA)

Eastbourne, with its idyllic seaside setting, is more than just a tournament; it's an experience. The event has a reputation for drawing a strong field, making it a mini-Wimbledon of sorts.

The tournament has seen champions like Madison Keys and Karolina Pliskova sharpening their game ahead of the Grand Slam at SW19.

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Bad Homburg Open

Germany, June 22 - 29

Grass - Singles Draw: 32, Doubles Draw: 16

Previous winner: Katerina Siniakova (Czechia)

This relatively new addition to the WTA Tour, set in picturesque Bad Homburg, has quickly become a favorite for players preparing for Wimbledon.

Katerina Siniakova, a recent champion, joined the ranks of grass-court aficionados who have triumphed here, adding prestige to this burgeoning event.

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Wimbledon Championships | Grand Slam

Great Britain, July 1 - 14

Grass - Singles Draw: 128, Doubles Draw: 64

Previous winner: Marketa Vondrousova (Czechia)

Wimbledon's prestige in the WTA circuit is unparalleled, from its hallowed grass courts to the tradition-steeped All England Club.

Winning here is often considered the pinnacle of a player's career, a triumph that writes their name in the annals of tennis history.

Legends like Serena Williams, Martina Navratilova, and more recently, Marketa Vondrousova, have all etched their names in history on these storied grass courts.

Budapest Open | Hungarian Grand Prix

Hungary, July 15 - 21


Previous winner: Maria Timofeeva (Russia)

Set against the backdrop of the Danube, the Budapest Open offers a unique blend of high-level tennis and Hungarian culture. The tournament has been instrumental in showcasing emerging talents from Eastern Europe, with Maria Timofeeva being a recent example of young stars making their mark.

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Hamburg Open | Hamburg European Open

Germany, July 20 - 26


Previous winner: Arantxa Rus (Netherlands)

Hamburg's rich tennis history on clay has seen the rise of many WTA stars. The likes of Arantxa Rus have triumphed here, adding their names to a roster that includes clay-court specialists. The tournament is a favorite for tennis stars looking to make their mark on European clay.

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Palermo Ladies Open

Italy, July 13 - 21


Previous winner: Zheng Qinwen (China)

Palermo's Mediterranean allure and passionate tennis culture have made it a beloved stop on the Tour. The tournament has seen champions like Zheng Qinwen and Sara Errani, who have displayed exceptional clay-court skills in the sizzling Sicilian setting.

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Livesport Prague Open

Czechia, July 21 - 26


Previous winner: Nao Hibino (Japan)

The Livesport Prague Open, renowned for its picturesque setting in the Czech capital, has been a platform for showcasing a blend of local talent and international stars.

Notable athletes like Nao Hibino, Petra Kvitova, and Barbora Krejcikova have displayed their skills on its clay courts.

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