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Novak Djokovic schedule: When will Australian Open champion play next?


Novak Djokovic again proved just how special he is at the Australian Open and, in all honesty, how much ahead of the rest he is right now in terms of his level.

However, he is also in a position to largely pick and choose his tournaments, so getting to watch him still feels like a bit of treat.

What can we expect from his schedule for the next few months after his Australian Open win?

When will Djokovic play next?

As per Novak Djokovic’s own official website, his only confirmed upcoming appearance is in Dubai for the Duty Free Tennis Championships at the end of February.

It’s a tournament that Djokovic has always enjoyed over the years so it would be a major shock if he withdrew.

The Serbian has always prioritised rest after a Grand Slam, so don’t expect to see him back before then. He has nothing planned and there is nothing on the ATP calendar that is likely to tempt him until Dubai.

After Dubai, things are not quite as clear, although it looks like Djokovic will not be able to play the Sunshine Double of Indian Wells and Miami. The US still have strict rules in place to enter the country, and unvaccinated foreigners still do not meet that criteria.

While that will be frustrating for Djokovic fans, as well as tennis fans in general, we can at least look forward to seeing plenty of him after Miami.

He always plays a full clay season and goes straight from that into Wimbledon, so the second quarter of the year is looking incredibly busy for him.

Novak Djokovic schedule

February 27: Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships (ATP 500)
April 9:
 Monte-Carlo Masters (ATP 1000)
April 17: Barcelona (ATP 500)
April 26: Madrid Open (ATP 1000)
May 10: Rome Masters (ATP 1000)
May 28: Roland Garros (Grand Slam)
July 3: Wimbledon (Grand Slam)

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Michael Graham, Tennishead.net Editor, has been a professional sports journalist for his whole career and is especially passionate about tennis. He's been the Editor of Tennishead.net for over 5 years and loves watching live tennis by visiting as many tournaments as possible. Michael specialises in writing in-depth features about the ATP & WTA tours.