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The most important events in tennis in 2023

Tennis is a very interesting and fascinating game, just like non UK casino sites, and it’s no surprise that a lot of attention is focused on the sport. As the 2022 season draws to a close, it’s time to take a look ahead, as the ATP and WTA (the major tennis associations) have released their tennis schedules for 2023.

The most important events of the previous year

There were many controversies in 2022, from the deportation of Novak Djokovic, a passionate fan of Hand of Luck Casino, to Australia and the Wimbledon ban for Russian and Belarusian players to former world number one Simona Halep testing positive for a banned substance – just to name a few. On the tennis front, Iga Sventek dominated the women’s tour and Carlos Alcaraz showed there is life after the Big Three, despite Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic winning three Grand Slams. So now it’s time to find out the most important events in tennis in 2023.

ATP Tour 2023

Ahead of the Australian Open, there are tournaments in the host country as well as in India and New Zealand. After the first Grand Slam of the season, the men will represent their countries in Davis Cup qualifying.

The South American clay tournament begins in February, as well as tournaments on hard surfaces in Europe and the Middle East. The first pair of tournaments of the Masters 1000 season are scheduled for March, as usual, in Indian Wells and Miami.

Preparations for the French Open begin in April with the start of the “clay swings” in Europe. This time the Madrid Open and the Italian Open will run for over a week, quite similar to the Masters events in Indian Wells and Miami. The clay-court majors will conclude in mid-June, but players will have no time to rest as they begin a quick transition to grass for Wimbledon.

After Wimbledon, the All England Club will host several tournaments on clay in Europe. The players then travel to North America for tournaments on hard surface, culminating in the US Open.

The season ends with tournaments in Asia and Europe and concludes with the ATP Finals and Davis Cup in November. Below is the men’s tennis schedule for the coming season.

WTA Tour 2023

The women’s season also begins in Australia and New Zealand ahead of the first major of the season. Several new events will take place in February, including the WTA 250 tournaments in Dallas and Merida. The women’s season will follow roughly the same pattern as the ATP season, albeit with a few changes.

There are eight WTA 1000 tournaments scheduled for the 2023 season. The Guadalajara Open returns to the calendar after a successful debut in 2022. Most of the previous season’s tournaments have found their place on the tour again. This is a provisional schedule for now and may change in the future.

Grand Slam tennis tournaments in 2023

The biggest and most exciting tournaments of the year are undoubtedly the Grand Slam tournaments. Players put on their best performances at Grand Slams and there is always some terrific tennis to be seen here.

For the 2023 season, all four Grand Slam tournaments are scheduled on their usual dates. There have been some adjustments over the last couple of years due to the pandemic, but normalcy has prevailed again. Each tournament is discussed in more detail below.

Australian Open

The Australian Open has been a major Grand Slam event since 1986 and takes place annually at Melbourne Park in Australia. Each year 780,000 spectators attend this phenomenal tennis spectacle. January is the height of summer in Melbourne, so it’s the perfect time to book a good holiday and watch world class tennis!


The Roland-Garros tennis championships take place at the Roland-Garros stadium in France. The tennis complex is located near Porte d’Auteuil in Paris. You should add a white panama hat to your list of things to wear when visiting Roland-Garros. Like strawberries and cream for Wimbledon, white panama hats are for Roland-Garros. Every year, 2,000 of these hats are sold for the occasion. Don’t worry: you can buy them there too!

Championships, Wimbledon

Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament and the biggest grass tennis tournament in the world. The Wimbledon Championships are held in late June and early July as part of the Grand Slam tennis tournament. Since 1924, to get tickets as a spectator and be able to attend matches on Centre Court, you had to send a request by letter to the organisation. However, since 2020, it has been possible to buy tickets for the event online. For many tennis fans, Wimbledon is an item on their wish list.

US Open

The US Open is the last Grand Slam tennis tournament on the schedule and is held in New York City. The main matches are played at Arthur Ashe Stadium, in front of 23,771 spectators per session. Until 1977 the tournament was held in Forest Hills, played on grass courts, which were replaced by clay courts in the 1970s. Nowadays the tournament is played on hardcourt.

In 2023, every tennis fan will be able to enjoy their favourite game to the full. This year will be rich in sporting events, so you shouldn’t miss any of these! Enjoy your favourite player and be happy!


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Tim Farthing, Tennishead Editorial Director & Owner, has been a huge tennis fan his whole life. He's a tennis journalist and entrepreneur as well as playing tennis to a national standard. He also helps manage his local club and volunteers for his local tennis organisation. He's a specialist in content about the administration of professional tennis and tennis coaching for all levels.