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ATP 2024 Schedule: Know the complete calendar for the 2024 season

After a blistering 2024 season, the ATP has announced the schedule for the new season. Last season witnessed some of the best performances by players. Veteran tennis players had a great comeback, whereas the youngster challenged every experienced player. Djokovic won three Grand Slam titles, and Wimbledon got its new king as Carlos Alcaraz lifted the title. It was an action-packed season, and the 2024 season is expected to be more exciting as Rafael Nadal returns to the court. I hope the new season will have some great matches like last season. So, let’s take a look at the ATP 2024 schedule.

This season, a total of 64 tournaments are held, of which one is an international tournament, four are grand slam tournaments, nine are Masters-tier tournaments, 13 are ATP 500-tier tournaments, and the remaining 36 are ATP 250-tier tournaments.

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ATP 2024 Schedule

(The number next to the tournament number is the tier of the tournament.)


  • 31st Dec: Brisbane (250)
  • 1st Jan: Hong Kong (250)
  • 8th Jan: Auckland (250)
  • 8th Jan: Adelaide (250)
  • 14th Jan: Australian Open (Grand Slam)
  • 29th Jan: Montpellier (250)


  • 5th Feb: Dallas (250)
  • 5th Feb: Marseille (250)
  • 5th Feb: Cordoba (250)
  • 12th Feb: Delray (250)
  • 12th Feb: Rotterdam (500)
  • 12th Feb: Buenos Aries (250)
  • 19th Feb: Doha (250)
  • 19th Feb: Rio de Janeiro (500)
  • 19th Feb: Los Cabos (250)
  • 26th Feb: Acapulco (500)
  • 26th Feb: Dubai (500)
  • 26th Feb: Santiago (250)


  • 4th Mar: Indian Wells (1000)
  • 18th Mar: Miami (1000)

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  • 1st Apr: Marrakech (250)
  • 1st Apr: Houston (250)
  • 1st Apr: Estoril (250)
  • 7th Apr: Monte Carlo (1000)
  • 15th Apr: Munich (250)
  • 15th Apr: Barcelona (500)
  • 15th Apr: Romania (250)
  • 24th Apr: Madrid (1000)


  • 6th May: Rome (1000)
  • 19th May: Geneva (250)
  • 19th May: Lyon (250)
  • 27th May: Roland Garros (Grand Slam)


  • 10th Jun: Stuttgart (250)
  • 10th Jun: Hertogenbosch (250)
  • 17th Jun: Halle (500)
  • 17th Jun: London (500)
  • 23rd Jun: Mallorca (250)
  • 24th Jun: Eastbourne (250)

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  • 1st Jul: Wimbledon (Grand Slam)
  • 15th Jul: Newport (250)
  • 15th Jul: Bastad (250)
  • 15th Jul: Hamburg (500)
  • 22nd Jul: Umag (250)
  • 22nd Jul: Kitzbuhel (250)
  • 22nd Jul: Atlanta (250)
  • 29th Jul: Washington (500)
  • 29th Jul: Summer Olympic


  • 6th Aug: Montreal (1000)
  • 12th Aug: Cincinnati (1000)
  • 18th Aug: Winson-Salem (250)
  • 26th Aug: US Open (Grand Slam)


  • 18th Sep: Zhuhai (250)
  • 18th Sep: Chengdu (250)
  • 20th Sep: Laver Cup
  • 25th Sep: Tokyo (500)
  • 26th Sep: Beijing (500)

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  • 2nd Oct: Shanghai (1000)
  • 14th Oct: Astana (250)
  • 14th Oct: Antwerp (250)
  • 21st Oct: Vienna (500)
  • 21st Oct: Basel (500)
  • 28th Oct: Paris (1000)


  • 3rd Nov: Stockholm (250)
  • 3rd Nov: Metz (250)
  • 10th Nov: ATP Finals


No tours.

As mentioned earlier, this season will have nine ATP 1000/Master tournaments with non-stop tennis matches.

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