Stan Wawrinka’s tournament schedule for 2019


The ‘other’ Swiss tennis star Stanislas Wawrinka is currently ranked No.57 in the World but for a 3 time Grand Slam champion there is only one direction he’s looking for his ranking to go this year and that’s up, so here’s his predicted tournament schedule for 2019


‘Stan the man’ has been plagued by injury since winning the US Open in 2016. In fact he’s only won one tournament since then which was the Geneva Open in 2017. But Wawrinka on his game is one of the most dangerous players that has ever played the game. His huge shots, especially his backhand, from the back of the court can damage anyone especially on slower courts where he has time for his big wind-up’s and follow throughs. Stan’s problem has always been consistency and sometimes his slightly fragile mentality.

His performances in 2018 didn’t match his class and ability and in fact he didn’t even manage to reach a final even though he played a full schedule of 17 events. But if he can find his confidence and start reaching the later stages of tournaments we thoroughly expect Wawrinka to be back in the winners circle soon.

Stan Wawrinka’s provisional 2019 schedule is as follows:



Qatar, UAE (December 31 – January 5)

Australian Open, Melbourne (February 14 – 27)



Sofia Open, Bulgaria (February 18 – 24)

Rotterdam, Netheralands (February 25 – March 2)

Marseille, France (February 18 – 24)



Indian Wells, USA (March 7 – 17)

Miami Open, USA (March 20 – 31)



Rome, Italy (May 12 – 19)

Geneva, Switzerland (May 19 – 25)

Roland Garros (May 26 – June 9)

Queens Club, London (June 17 – 23)

Eastbourne, England (June 24 – 29)



Wimbledon (July 1 – 14)

Los Cabos, Mexico (July 29 – August 3)



Washington, USA (July 29 – August 8)

Cincinnati, USA (August 11 – 18)

US Open (August 26 – September 8)

St Petersburg, Russia (September 16 – 22)



Tokyo, Japan (September 30 – October 6)

Shanghai, China (October 6 – 13)

Paris, France (October 28 – November 3)



ATP Tour Finals, London (November 10 – 17)

Davis Cup Finals, Madrid (November 18 – November 24)


Look ahead to 2019 with our guide to every tournament on the ATP Tour, the WTA Tour and the ITF Tour

If you can’t visit the tournaments you love then do the next best thing and read our guide on how to watch all the ATP Tour matches on television in 2019

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