Thursday, November 30, 2023
HomeLatest Sports NewsWTA 2024 Schedule Released! Know the complete calendar of the 2024 season

WTA 2024 Schedule Released! Know the complete calendar of the 2024 season

After a blistering 2023 season, the WTA has announced the schedule of the new season. Last season witnessed some of the best performances by players, and every Grand Slam had a different winner. There were a lot of shuffles in the WTA ranking, and even No. 1 player Iga Swiatek was dethroned from the top position by Aryna Sabalenka. Later, Swiatek got her top position back and also won the WTA finals. I hope the new season will have some great matches like last season, and let’s take a look at the WTA 2024 schedule.

This season, a total of 53 tournaments are held, of which one is an international tournament, four are grand slam tournaments, ten are Masters-tier tournaments, 16 are WTA 500-tier tournaments, and the remaining 22 are WTA 250-tier tournaments.

WTA 2024 Schedule

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


  • 1st Jan: United Cup
  • 1st Jan: Brisbane (500)
  • 1st Jan: Auckland (250)
  • 7th Jan: Adelaide (500)
  • 7th Jan: Hobart (250)
  • 14th Jan: Australian Open (Grand Slam)
  • 29th Jan: Linz (500)
  • 29th Jan: Hua Hin (250)

In case you missed: “I am going for every possible record,” says Novak Djokovic


  • 5th Feb: Abu Dhabi (500)
  • 12th Feb: Doha (1000)
  • 19th Feb: Dubai (1000)
  • 26th Feb: San Diego (500)
  • 26th Feb: Austin (250)


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


  • 1st Apr: Charleston (500)
  • 1st Apr: Bogota (250)
  • 15th Apr: Stuttgart (500)
  • 22nd Apr: Madrid (1000)


Also Read: Iga Swiatek, World No. 1 Named WTA Player of the Year


  • 10th Jun: Nottingham (250)
  • 10th Jun: S’Hertogenbosch (250)
  • 17th Jun: Berlin (500)
  • 17th Jun: Birmingham (250)
  • 24th Jun: Eastbourne (500)
  • 24th Jun: Bad Domburg (250)


  • 1st Jul: Wimbledon (Grand Slam)
  • 15th Jul: Budapest (250)
  • 15th Jul: Palermo (250)
  • 22nd Jul: Hamburg (250)
  • 22nd Jul: Prague (250)
  • 29th Jul: Washington DC (500)


  • 5th Aug: Toronto (1000)
  • 12th Aug: Cincinnati (1000)
  • 19th Aug: Monterrey (500)
  • 19th Aug: Cleveland (250)
  • 26th Aug: US Open (Grand Slam)

Read More: Aryna Sabalenka becomes the 29th woman in tennis history to lift the Chris Evert Trophy


  • 9th Sep: Guadalajara (500)
  • 9th Sep: Monastir (250)
  • 16th Sep: Seoul (500)
  • 16th Sep: Ningbo (250)
  • 23rd Sep: Beijing (1000)


  • 14th Oct: Zhengzhou (500)
  • 14th Oct: Osaka (250)
  • 21st Oct: Tokyo (500)
  • 21st Oct: Guangzhou (250)
  • 28th Oct: Hong Kong (250)
  • 28th Oct: Merida (250)
  • 28th Oct: Nanchang (250)



No tours.

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

Also Read: Rafael Nadal says, “I am practicing every day and working hard to come back asap.”

Thank you for reading it. Leave us a comment if you liked it.

Do follow us on: Google News | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Youtube | LinkedIn

Have a good day ahead 🙂
Nikhil Lopes
Nikhil Lopes
Hello Everyone, I am Nikhil Lopes, working as the Content Editor for The Sportslite. I am a Sports Addict and love to watch & Write about them.

Read More