ATP Schedule 2024

Must-see ATP tournaments and matches with tickets available

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Whether you're keen to catch a match, live or just want to follow from your couch, keep tabs on the ATP 2024 schedule below.

There's tickets available for many of these tournaments, but if you don't spot one listed for your favourite, don't panic - just set a ticket alert, and you'll be the first to know when someone else lists their tickets for sale.

How many tennis tournaments are there?

Across the ATP and WTA circuits, there are over 150 annually. This includes the four Grand Slams, 9 ATP Masters 1000 events, around 13 ATP 500 events, and more than 40 ATP 250 events. The WTA hosts approximately 20 Premier events and over 30 international events, alongside the prestigious WTA Finals.

What dates are the major tennis tournaments?

The tennis season's highlights include the Australian Open in late January, the French Open starting late May, Wimbledon in early July, and the US Open at the end of August. These dates anchor the tennis calendar, setting the stage for a year filled with top-tier competition.

Where are the ATP 1000 tournaments?

Europe hosts several ATP 1000 tournaments, including in Rome in May, Spain in early May, and the Monte Carlo Masters in Monaco in April.

ATP Tennis Schedule 2024
CREDIT: Jim Sung

What is an ATP Challenger event?

ATP Challenger Tour events serve as a critical stepping stone for players aiming to improve their rankings and gain entry into higher-level games. With prize money ranging from $36,000 to over $150,000, these events offer a competitive platform across the globe, from the United States and Europe to Asia and Australia.

Has anyone won all four Grand Slams in one year?

Yes, but it's a rare accomplishment. Rod Laver was the last man to win all four Grand Slams in a calendar year, achieving this incredible feat in 1969. Among women, Steffi Graf not only won all four Grand Slam titles in 1988 but also secured the Olympic gold medal, completing the 'Golden Slam.'

ATP Men's Tennis Tour Schedule 2024
CREDIT: Howard Bouchevereau

Tennis calendar: upcoming ATP schedule

Rotterdam Open | ABN Amro Open

Netherlands, February 10 - 18

46 Matches - Hard - €2,134,985

Previous winner: Daniil Medvedev (Russia)

Since 1974, this event at Rotterdam Ahoy has featured tennis legends like Arthur Ashe, Bjorn Borg, and Roger Federer, and includes a high-level wheelchair tennis competition.

Millennium Estoril Open

Portugal, March 30 - Apr 7

23 Matches - Clay court - €579,320

Previous winner: Casper Ruud (Norway)

The Millennium Estoril Open, an ATP 250 series clay court event held in Cascais, Portugal, attracts top international players and showcases exciting matches in a scenic coastal setting.

Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters

Monaco, April 6 - 14

80 Matches - Clay court - €5,950,575

Previous winner: Andrey Rublev (Russia)

The Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, celebrated for its picturesque location and elite clay court play, has a unique distinction: Rafael Nadal's record of eight consecutive titles from 2005 to 2012, the most in its history. This event in Monaco's Monte-Carlo Country Club is a beacon for tennis excellence, attracting top global players to its storied courts.

Munich Open | BMW Open by American Express

April 13 - 21

20 Matches - Clay court - €579,320

Previous winner: Holger Rune (Denmark)

The Munich Open, officially known as the BMW Open by American Express, has been a significant fixture in tennis since its establishment at Munich’s Iphitos Tennis Club in 1974. Part of the ATP 250 series, this tournament is the first of four German events on the calendar and takes place in Munich's picturesque setting. The event, originally known as the International Tennis Championships of Bavaria, has a deep-rooted history dating back to 1900. It's a renowned venue that combines rich tennis tradition with the charm of Bavaria’s capital.

Barcelona Open | Banc Sabadell

April 13 - 21

56 Matches - Clay court - €2,782,960

Previous winner: Carlos Alcaraz (Spain)

Otherwise known as the Trofeo Conde de Godo, the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell, is a distinguished ATP 500 clay-court tournament. Since 1953, it has been hosted by the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona-1899, Spain's oldest tennis club. This event is not only a significant part of Spanish tennis but also a notable fixture on the Barcelona social calendar. Over the years, it has been won by renowned players like Ilie Nastase, Bjorn Borg, Ivan Lendl, Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, and Carlos Alcaraz.

Bucharest Open | Tiriac Open

April 13 - 21

20 Matches - Clay court - €0

Held in April, this is a key event in the European clay-court season, contributing significantly to the tennis landscape in Romania.

Mutua Madrid Open

April 22 - May 5

126 Matches - Clay Court - €7,877,020

Previous winner: Carlos Alcaraz (Spain)

Established in 2002, this is an ATP Masters 1000 tournament, takes place at the Caja Magica and has become a significant event on the tennis calendar.

The tournament has undergone several evolutions, including the use of blue clay in 2012, a decision that was later reversed due to players' concerns about the surface.

Rafael Nadal, a local favorite, holds the record for the most singles titles at this event. Additionally, the tournament has seen a range of champions on different surfaces, with Roger Federer uniquely winning on hard, red clay, and blue clay courts.

The event's significance is further underlined by its expansion to a two-week format starting in 2023, joining Indian Wells and Miami as the only ATP Masters 1000 events of this duration.​

Italian Open | Rome Masters | Internazionali BNL d'Italia

May 6 - 19

126 Matches - Clay court - €7,877,020

Previous winner: Daniil Medvedev (Russia)

Also known as the Rome Masters, this is an ATP Masters 1000 established in 1969 for professional players, held at Rome's Foro Italico. The tournament recently expanded to a two-week format, elevating its status on the clay court circuit and making it a key preparatory event for France's big games.

Gonet Geneva Open

May 18 - 25

21 Matches - Clay Court - €579,320

Previous winner: Nicolas Jarry (Chile)

Set against the backdrop of the Tennis Club de Genève at Parc des Eaux-Vives, the Gonet Geneva Open stands out as a key tournament in the ATP 250 category.

Revived in Geneva in 2015 after a long hiatus, this clay court event has quickly established itself.

It's particularly notable for its Swiss champions, including Stan Wawrinka's memorable back-to-back wins. Each year, the tournament draws a diverse blend of tennis talent, from established veterans to emerging stars, underlining its significance in the European clay court season

Stuttgart Open | Boss Open

June 8 - 16

23 Matches - Grass - €734,915

Previous winner: Frances Tiafoe (USA)

Originally part of the Grand Prix tennis circuit between 1970 and 1989, this event later became an ATP Championship Series event.

In 2015, the tournament transitioned from clay to grass courts, aligning it with the grass-court season leading up to Wimbledon.

This strategic shift has made the Stuttgart Open a key preparatory event for players ahead of the prestigious Grand Slam at Wimbledon.

The tournament is hosted at the Tennis Club Weissenhof, which was established in 1914, with its first International Weissenhof Tournament taking place in 1916. Notably, tennis legends like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, and most recently Frances Tiafoe have claimed titles here, adding to its prestige and allure in the tennis world​

Libéma Open | s-Hertogenbosch Open

June 8 - 16

23 Matches - Grass - €690,135

Previous winner: Tallon Griekspoor (Netherlands)

Held in Rosmalen near 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands, this is a unique event on the ATP and WTA tours, played on outdoor grass courts at the Autotron. Established in 1989, it initially started as a men's only event and later, in 1996, expanded to include women's singles and doubles competitions.

The tournament has a history of notable winners, including Lleyton Hewitt, David Ferrer, Kim Clijsters, and Justine Henin. This tournament is part of the ATP World Tour 250 and the WTA International Tournaments Series, attracting top players from around the world.

It has evolved through various name changes, with its current title being Libéma Open since 2018. The event is well-regarded as an ideal preparation for Wimbledon and was the only grass court tournament on the European mainland at one time.

Halle Open | Terra Wortmann Open

June 17 - 23

54 Matches - Grass - €2,255,655

Previous winner: Alexander Bublik (Kazakhstan)

Taking place in Halle, Germany, this is a distinguished grass-court event in the ATP 500 series. It was founded in 1993 and takes place at Gerry Weber Stadion, making it one of the few tennis stadiums in Europe capable of quickly adapting to changing weather conditions due to a retractable roof.

This tournament has seen notable achievements, such as Ivo Karlovic setting a record for the most aces in an ATP Tour match in 2015. Roger Federer has left a significant mark on the event, becoming only the second man in the Open Era to win at least ten titles at a single tournament, a feat paralleled only by Rafael Nadal in other events.

London Open | Cinch Championships

June 15 - 23

54 Matches - Grass - €2,255,655

Previous winner: Spain (Carlos Alcaraz)

For the London Open, known as the Cinch Championships, this historic grass-court tournament takes place at The Queen's Club in London. Since its establishment in 1969, it has been a stage for tennis legends like Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, Pete Sampras, Rafael Nadal, and Andy Murray. With its prestigious setting and a strong field of players, it's a highlight of the grass-court season and an ATP 500 event​

Eastbourne Open | Rothesay International

June 22 - 29

22 Matches - Grass - Grass - €740,160

Previous winner: Francisco Cerundolo (Argentina)

A prestigious grass-court tournament held at the Devonshire Park Lawn Tennis Club. Notable for its combined men's and women's competitions, Eastbourne's illustrious setting attracts a formidable lineup of world-class players each year, enhancing its status as a key event in the lead-up to one of the grandest slams of the tennis calendar​.

Mallorca Open | Mallorca Championships

June 22 - 29

22 Matches - Grass - €932,135

Previous winner: Christopher Eubanks (USA)

The Mallorca Championships, an ATP 250 tournament, is a relatively new addition to the ATP Tour, first held in 2021. It's notable for being the first ATP Tour tournament contested in Mallorca since 2002 and also the first-ever held on grass in Spain. The tournament, hosted at the Mallorca Country Club in Santa Ponsa, concludes the grass court season before Wimbledon, drawing top international players.

Wimbledon Championships | Grand Slam

July 1 - 14

Singles / Doubles: 128 / 64 - Grass

Previous winner: Carlos Alcaraz (Spain)

Wimbledon, officially known as The Championships, Wimbledon, is the world's oldest tennis tournament and is widely considered the most prestigious.

Held at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, London, since 1877, it's unique among the Grand Slams for being played on grass courts. Wimbledon has a rich history and several long-standing traditions, such as its strict all-white dress code for players, the consumption of strawberries and cream, and minimal advertising.

The tournament includes men's and women's singles, doubles, and mixed doubles, along with junior and invitational competitions. Wimbledon's place in tennis history is underlined by its many iconic champions, including Roger Federer, who holds the record for the most men's singles titles at the event

Gstaad Open | EFG Swiss Open Gstaad

July 13 - 21

22 Matches - Clay court - €579,320

Previous winner: Pedro Cachin (Argentina)

Part of the ATP 250 circuit, Gstaad is a prominent tennis event held in the picturesque Swiss Alps. Known for its clay courts, this tournament, established in 1915, has a rich history and offers a unique tennis experience set against the stunning backdrop of the Alps.

It is often referred to as the 'Wimbledon of the Alps,' and celebrated for its intimate atmosphere and beautiful location.

Hamburg Open | Hamburg European Open

July 13 - 21

46 Matches - Clay court - €1,891,995

Previous winner: Alexander Zverev (Germany)

The Hamburg European Open, formerly known as the German Open Tennis Championships, is an ATP 500 tournament held annually in Hamburg, Germany.

It was part of the Grand Prix tennis circuit from 1971 to 1989 and became an ATP Masters Series event in 1990. However, in 2009, it was downgraded to a 500 event. The tournament has a significant history, with changes in its classification over the years affecting its ability to attract top-ranking players. Despite this, it remains an attractive event for many players, especially those who prefer playing on clay.

The Hamburg Open's position in the ATP calendar makes it an important tournament for players preparing for the North American summer hardcourt season leading up to the U.S. Open. The women's event, originally combined with the men's tournament, moved to West Berlin in 1979, and Hamburg returned to the WTA calendar in 2021

Nordea Open | Båstad Open

July 8 - 21

21 Matches - Clay court - €579,320

Previous winner: Andrey Rublev (Russia)

The Nordea Open, hosted in Båstad, Sweden, is a celebrated event on the ATP Tour 250 series, known for its clay courts.

Båstad Tennis Stadium, the event's venue, is not just a tennis facility but a destination in itself, boasting a rich history and picturesque setting. The stadium, established by Ludwig Nobel, Alfred Nobel’s nephew, in 1907, underwent significant renovations from 2001 to 2007, transforming it into a modern tennis venue.

The Nordea Open has been recognized multiple times as the ATP 250 Tournament of the Year, testament to its high standards and the quality experience it provides. This tournament is more than just tennis matches; it's an event that captures the essence of professional tennis in a beautiful coastal town, making it a highlight of the summer tennis season.

Croatian Open | Plava Laguna Umag Open

July 19 - 27

44 Matches - Clay court - €579,320

Previous winner: Alexei Popyrin

The Plava Laguna Croatia Open Umag tournament, first held in 1990, has established itself as a premier clay-court competition. It's recognised for its dynamic atmosphere and the enthusiastic participation of tennis fans, contributing to its status as a key highlight on the ATP calendar.

Generali Open | Kitzbühel Open

Jul 20 - 27

19 Matches - Clay court - €579,320

Previous winner: Sebastian Baez (Argentina)

The Generali Open, also known as the Austrian Open, is an ATP 250 tournament held in the picturesque town of Kitzbühel, Austria. This clay-court event, which happens in the Alps in the Tyrol region, has seen various prominent players lift the trophy, including local resident Philipp Kohlschreiber in 2015 and 2017.

Stockholm Open | BNP Paribas Nordic Open

Oct 12 - 20

23 Matches - Hard court - €690,135

Previous winner: Gael Monfils (France)

The Stockholm Open, now known as the BNP Paribas Nordic Open holds the distinction of being the world's oldest indoor ATP tournament.

Originating in 1969, the tournament has seen a host of tennis greats such as Björn Borg, John McEnroe, Roger Federer, Boris Becker, Mats Wilander, and Stefan Edberg emerge as champions.

Held in the Royal Tennis Hall, the event is a significant fixture in the indoor tennis circuit, attracting around 30,000 visitors annually and is supported by over 350 volunteers.

The tournament's history is intertwined with the development of Swedish tennis, with any financial surplus generated being invested back into youth tennis activities in Sweden. This unique approach has contributed over 50 million SEK to youth tennis development.

European Open | Antwerp Open

Oct 15 - 22

21 Matches - Hard court - €690,135

Previous winner: Alexander Bublik (Kazakhstan)

The European Open, an ATP 250 tournament in Antwerp, Belgium, began in 2016 and quickly established itself as a significant event on the tennis calendar. The tournament, held annually in October, has seen a variety of champions including Richard Gasquet, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, and Andy Murray, illustrating its competitive nature.

It's Belgium's sole ATP event and takes place at the Lotto Arena, a venue renowned for its vibrant atmosphere. The European Open is known for attracting a mix of established stars and rising talents, making it a dynamic and eagerly anticipated event in the tennis world​.

Vienna Open | Erste Bank Open

Oct 19 - 27

46 Matches - Hard court - €2,470,310

Previous winner: Jannik Sinner (Italy)

Originating in 1974, this event takes place at the Wiener Stadthalle and has seen an array of tennis greats over the years, including Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, and Novak Djokovic, highlighting its prominence in the tennis world.

Basel Open | Swiss Indoors Basel

Oct 19 - 27

46 Matches - Hard court - €2,256,480

Previous winner: Felix Auger-Aliassime (Canada)

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This ATP 500 tournament is held at the St. Jakobshalle in Basel, Switzerland. It's an indoor hard court tournament with a rich history, tracing back to 1970, and is considered Switzerland's biggest tennis event of the year.

Gijon Open | Watergen Gijon Open

Oct 8 - 16

20 Matches - Hard court - €0

Previous winner: Andrey Rublev (Russia)

This relatively new tennis tournament was first held in 2022. In its 2022 edition, the tournament featured notable tennis stars like Andy Murray, Dominic Thiem, Roberto Bautista Agut, and Pablo Carreno Busta, with Andrey Rublev emerging as the champion by defeating Sebastian Korda in the final.

Nitto ATP Finals | Turin Open

Nov 10 - 17

30 Matches - Hard court - €0

Previous winner: Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

The 2024 Nitto ATP Finals, a prestigious tennis event featuring the season's top eight singles players and doubles teams, is scheduled to take place from November 10 to 17 at the Palaolimpico in Turin, Italy.

This will be the fourth edition hosted in Turin, highlighting the city's significant role in the tennis world. Tickets for this event are already on sale, and the tournament is anticipated to draw large crowds, similar to previous years.

The 2023 edition saw a remarkable turnout with more than 174,000 fans attending 15 sold-out sessions.

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