2024 ATP Calendar: dates, locations, and current champions

This 2024 ATP Calendar year has already had numerous tennis results as players strive to clinch various titles. In January, the tennis world tuned into the Australian Open as it kicked off the start of the ATP season with Jannik Sinner becoming champion of the 2024 edition of the competition in an epic comeback over Daniil Medvedev. The 22-year-old clinched his first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open and is one of the youngest leading stars on the ATP Tour as he achieved the No. 2 ranking following his Miami Open title in March 2024.

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In addition to the first Grand Slam of the 2024 ATP Calendar year, other tournaments have also been played since the start of the season. This year, there is an added layer of excitement in the tennis world as the Summer Olympic Games will be hosted in Paris, bringing together some of tennis’ greatest stars.

In total, there are four Grand Slams played each year: the Australian Open in January, Roland Garros in May, Wimbledon in June, and the U.S. Open in August.

365Scores Wimbledon 2023 results of Carlos Alcaraz beating Novak Djokovic 3-2.

365Scores has prepared a calendar for you to stay up-to-date with the dates, locations, and current champions of the upcoming and previous tournaments in the 2024 ATP Calendar year.

What are the next tournaments in the 2024 ATP Calendar?

DatesTournamentLocationCurrent Champion
07/04 – 14/04Monte-Carlo MastersMonte-Carlo, MonacoAndrey Rublev
15/04 – 21/04BMW OpenMunich, GermanyHolger Rune
15/04 – 21/04Barcelona OpenBarcelona, SpainCarlos Alcaraz
15/04 – 21/04Bucharest OpenBucharest, Romania
24/04 – 05/05Madrid OpenMadrid, SpainCarlos Alcaraz
08/05 – 19/05Internazionali BNL d’Italia Rome, ItalyDaniil Medvedev
19/05 – 25/05Geneva OpenGeneva, SwitzerlandNicolas Jarry
19/05 – 25/05Lyon OpenLyon, FranceArthur Fils
26/05 – 9/06Roland GarrosParis, FranceNovak Djokovic
10/06 – 16/06Stuttgart OpenStuttgart, GermanyFrances Tiafoe
10/06 – 16/06Libema Open‘s-Hertogenbosch, NetherlandsTallon Griekspoor
17/06 – 23/06Halle OpenHalle, GermanyAlexander Bublik
17/06 – 23/06Queen’s Club London, EnglandCarlos Alcaraz
23/06 – 29/06Mallorca ChampionshipsMallorca, SpainChristopher Eubanks
24/06 – 29/06Eastbourne InternationalEastbourne, EnglandFrancisco Cerundolo
01/07 – 14/07WimbledonLondon, EnglandCarlos Alcaraz
14/07 – 21/07Swedish OpenBastad, SwedenAndrey Rublev
15/07 – 21/07Swiss Open GstaadGstaad, SwitzerlandPedro Cachin
15/07 – 21/07Hall of Fame OpenNewport, United StatesAdrian Mannarino
15/07 – 21/07Hamburg European OpenHamburg, GermanyAlexander Zverev
21/07 – 27/07Croatia OpenUmag, CroatiaAlexei Popyrin
21/07 – 27/07Austrian Open KitzbühelKitzbühel, AustriaSebastián Baéz
22/07 – 28/07Atlanta Open Atlanta, United StatesTaylor Fritz
26/07 – 05/08Paris Olympic GamesParis, FranceAlexander Zverev
29/07 – 04/08Mubadala Citi DC OpenWashington, D.C., United StatesDaniel Evans
06/08 – 12/08National Bank OpenMontreal, CanadaJannik Sinner
12/08 – 19/08Cincinnati OpenCincinnati, United StatesNovak Djokovic
18/08 – 24/08Winston-Salem OpenWinston-Salem, United StatesSebastian Baez
26/08 – 08/09U.S. OpenNew York, United StatesNovak Djokovic
18/09 – 24/09Chengdu OpenChengdu, ChinaAlexander Zverev
18/09 – 24/09Zhuhai ChampionshipsZhuhai, ChinaKaren Khachanov
25/09 – 01/10Japan OpenTokyo, JapanBen Shelton
26/09 – 02/10China OpenBeijing, ChinaJannik Sinner
02/10 – 13/10Shanghai MastersShanghai, ChinaHubert Hurkacz
14/10 – 20/10Nordic OpenStockholm, SwedenGael Monfils
14/10 – 20/10European OpenAntwerp, BelgiumAlexander Bublik
14/10 – 20/10Almaty OpenAlmaty, KazakhstanAdrian Mannarino
21/10 – 27/10Vienna OpenVienna, AustriaJannik Sinner
21/10 – 27/10Swiss IndoorsBasel, SwitzerlandFelix Auger-Aliassime
28/10 – 03/11Paris MastersParis, FranceNovak Djokovic
03/11 – 09/11Gijón OpenGijón, SpainAndrey Rublev
03/11 – 09/11Moselle OpenMetz, FranceUgo Humbert
10/11 – 17/11Nitto ATP FinalsTurin, ItalyNovak Djokovic
18/12 – 22/12Next Gen ATP FinalsJeddah, Saudi ArabiaHamad Medjedovic

Tennis results of tournaments that have already taken place in the 2024 ATP Calendar year:

DatesTournamentLocationCurrent Champion
08/01 – 13/01Adelaide InternationalAdelaide, AustraliaJiri Lehecka
14/01 – 28/01Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaJannik Sinner
29/01 – 04/02Open Sud de FranceMontpellier, FranceAlexander Bublik
05/02 – 11/02Cordoba OpenCordoba, ArgentinaLuciano Darderi
05/02 – 11/02Open 13 ProvenceMarseille, FranceUgo Humbert
05/02 – 11/02Dallas OpenDallas, United StatesTommy Paul
12/02 – 18/02Rotterdam OpenRotterdam, NetherlandsJannik Sinner
12/02 – 18/02Delray Beach OpenDelray Beach, United StatesTaylor Fritz
12/02 – 18/02Argentina OpenBuenos Aires, ArgentinaFacundo Diaz Acosta
19/02 – 24/02Qatar OpenDoha, QatarKaren Khachanov
19/02 – 24/02Los Cabos OpenLos Cabos, MexicoJordan Thompson
19/02 – 25/02Rio OpenRio de Janeiro, BrazilSebastian Baez
26/02 – 02/03Dubai Tennis ChampionshipsDubai, United Arab EmiratesUgo Humbert
26/02 – 03/03Chile OpenSantiago, ChileSebastian Baez
26/02 – 02/03Mexican OpenAcapulco, MexicoAlex de Minaur
06/03 – 17/03Indian WellsIndian Wells, United StatesCarlos Alcaraz
20/03 – 31/03Miami OpenMiami, United StatesJannik Sinner
01/04 – 07/04Grand Prix Hassan IIMarrakech, MoroccoMatteo Berrettini
01/04- 07/04US Men’s Clay Court ChampionshipHouston, United StatesBen Shelton
01/04 – 07/04Estoril OpenEstoril, PortugalHubert Hurkacz

With young stars such as Jannik Sinner, Carlos Alcaraz, and Holger Rune leading the ATP Tour in the top seven ATP rankings, it will be interesting to see how the rest of the 2024 ATP calendar year plays out and if these young emerging stars can beat tennis greats like Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, and Grigor Dimitrov.

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