Below we have a schedule with fan guides to many of the biggest professional tennis tournaments in the world. Each guide has everything you’d want to know about the largest ATP and WTA tournaments, including:
- How to get tickets to each tennis tournament.
- The best hotels & places to stay in each city.
- How to watch the tournaments on TV.
- Current champions, prize money, and ranking points.
- And more!
Keep in mind that tournament dates and locations have changed in recent years due to COVID-19, and the schedule is subject to change as new developments arise. We will keep the guides as up-to-date as possible but always double check yourself before booking accommodations.
2023 ATP & WTA Tournament Schedule
Below is the pro tennis tournament schedule for 2023. These are only the larger tournaments of the year on the men’s and women’s tours.
Click on the tournament name to see a guide & the latest updates.
Grand Slam tournaments are in bold.
|Australian Open||January 16-29|
|Qatar Total Open (Women’s WTA)||February 13-18|
|Qatar ExxonMobil Open (Men’s ATP)||February 20-25|
|Indian Wells Masters||March 6-19|
|Miami Open||March 19 – April 2|
|Monte-Carlo Masters||April 8-16|
|Madrid Open||April 24 – May 7|
|Italian Open||May 8-21|
|French Open||May 28 – June 11|
|Citi Open||July 29 – August 6|
|Canadian Open||August 4-13|
|Cincinnati Open||August 12-20|
|US Open||August 28 – September 10|
|Shanghai Masters||October 2 – 15|
|Guadalajara Open (Women’s WTA)||TBA|
|Paris Masters||October 28 – November 5|
|Nitto ATP Finals||November 12-19|
In professional tennis, there are separate organizations for the men’s (ATP) and women’s (WTA) tour.
For a complete list of tournaments go to the ATP website or WTA website.