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ATP World Tour Calendar 2018 & 2019

The ATP World Tour is the global tennis event for men’s and every year it is organized by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP). 2018 year has been sensational and will conclude with ATP World Tour finals in November. The upcoming 2019 ATP World Tour Calendar year will begin on 31st December 2018 at three different venues with 3 men’s tennis championships in Brisbane, Doha and Pune.

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Let’s have a look at the full schedule of upcoming ATP world tour 2018 and 2019 events with their venues and surfaces on which they’ll be played.

2018 ATP World Tour Calendar

Note: Grand Slams are mentioned in red and bold text.

20 August: Winston-Salem Open

27 August – 3 September: US Open

10 September: Davis Cup Semi-finals

17 September: St. Petersburg Open, Moselle Open

24 September: Chengdu Open, Shenzhen Open

1 October: China Open, Japan Open

8 October: Shanghai Masters

15 October: Kremlin Cup, Stockholm Open, European Open

22 October: Vienna Open, Swiss Indoors

29 October: Paris Masters

5 November: Next Gen ATP Finals

12 November: ATP Finals

19 November: Davis Cup Final

2019 ATP World Tour Calendar

The ATP World Tour 2019 to consist of 63 tournaments which will take place across 31 countries in six continents. Four grand slams Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open will be played just like every year and these are additional championships to tennis calendar year.

Note: Grand Slams are mentioned in red and bold text.

31 December Hopman Cup Hard Perth, Australia
Qatar Open Hard Doha, Qatar
Maharashtra Open Hard Pune, India
Brisbane International Hard Brisbane, Australia
7 January Auckland Open Hard Auckland, New Zealand
Sydney International Hard Sydney, Australia
14 January Australian Open Hard Melbourne, Australia
28 January Davis Cup First Round Hard
4 February Open Sud de France Hard Montpellier, France
Sofia Open Hard Sofia, Bulgaria
Ecuador Open Clay Quito, Ecuador
11 February Rotterdam Open Hard Rotterdam, Netherlands
New York Open Hard Uniondale, United States
Argentina Open Clay Buenos Aires, Argentina
18 February Rio Open Clay Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Open 13 Hard Marseille, France
Delray Beach Open Hard Delray Beach, USA
25 February Dubai Tennis Championships Hard Dubai, UAE
Mexican Open Hard Acapulco, Mexico
Brasil Open Clay Sao Paulo, Brazil
4 March Indian Wells Masters Hard Indian Wells, United States
18 March Miami Open Hard Miami, USA
1 April Davis Cup Quarterfinals
8 April U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championships Clay Houston, USA
Grand Prix Hassan II Clay Marrakesh, Morocco
15 April Monte-Carlo Masters Clay Monte Carlo, Monaco
22 April Barcelona Open Clay Barcelona, Spain
Hungarian Open Clay Budapest, Hungary
29 April Estoril Open Clay Estoril, Portugal
Bavarian International Tennis Championships Clay Munich, Germany
6 May Madrid Open Clay Madrid, Spain
13 May Italian Open Clay Rome, Italy
20 May Geneva Open Clay Geneva, Switzerland
Lyon Open Clay Lyon, France
27 May French Open Clay Paris, France
10 June Stuttgart Open Grass Stuttgart, Germany
Rosmalen Grass Court Championships Grass s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
17 June Halle Open Grass Halle, Germany
Queen’s Club Championships Grass London, Great Britain
24 June Eastbourne International Grass Eastbourne, Great Britain
Antalya Open Grass Antalya, Turkey
1 July Wimbledon – The Championships Grass London, Great Britain
15 July Hall of Fame Tennis Championships Grass Newport, United States
Swedish Open Clay Bastad, Sweden
Croatia Open Clay Umag, Croatia
22 July German Open Clay Hamburg, Germany
Atlanta Open Hard Atlanta, United States
Swiss Open Clay Gstaad, Switzerland
29 July Washington Open Hard Washington, USA
Los Cabos Open Hard Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Austrian Open Kitzbuhel Clay Kitzbuhel, Austria
5 August Canadian Open Hard Montreal, Canada
12 August Cincinnati Masters Hard Cincinnati, United States
19 August Winston-Salem Open Hard Winston-Salem, United States
26 August U.S. Open Hard New York, USA
9 September Davis Cup Semifinals
16 September St. Petersburg Open Hard St. Petersburg, Russia
Moselle Open Hard Metz, France
23 September Chengdu Open Hard Chengdu, China
Shenzhen Open Hard Shenzhen, China
30 September China Open Hard Beijing, China
Japan Open Hard Tokyo, Japan
7 October Shanghai Masters Hard Shanghai, China
14 October Kremlin Cup Hard Moscow, Russia
Stockholm Open Hard Stockholm, Sweden
European Open Hard Antwerp, Belgium
21 October Vienna Open Hard Vienna, Austria
Swiss Indoors Hard Basel, Switzerland
28 October Paris Masters Hard Paris, France
4 November Next Gen ATP Finals Hard Milan, Italy
11 November ATP Finals Hard London, Great Britain
18 November Davis Cup Final

Download: ATP World Tour 2019 Schedule PDF

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