BNP Paribas Open
Indian Wells, CA
March 4-17, 2019
The BNP Paribas Open is the largest two-week combined ATP & WTA professional tennis tournament outside of the four majors and The Stadium 1 is the second largest in the world, offering 16,100 spectator seats.
Miami Tennis Open
March 18-31, 2019
Moving in 2019 to Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins, located in Miami Gardens, just north of Miami. The Miami Open attracts the world's best ATP and WTA players and the 13 day event, held annually in March, attracts over 300,000 spectators while booking about 15,000 Miami hotel nights.
Monte Carlo Rolex Masters
Monte Carlo, Monaco
April 13-21, 2019
Held annually on the magnificent French Riviera, Monte Carlo Rolex Masters is the first of three “Roland Garros series” outdoor clay tournaments and a favorite of top ATP players, because who wouldn't want to play world-class tennis at the beautiful Monte Carlo Country Club overlooking the Mediterranean Sea?
April 20-28, 2019
Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell, played at the most prestigious Spanish tennis club, Real Club de Tenis Barcelona, is one of the most important clay tournaments of the season and features top ATP players as they prepare for upcoming Roland Garros.
Mutua Madrid Open
May 3-12, 2019
The Madrid Open is widely considered the second most important clay tournament of the season and takes place in the most modern facility in the world – La Caja Magica (The Magic Box), while attracting the best of the ATP and WTA tour.
May 12-19, 2019
The Italian Open, Internazionali BNL d’Italia or Rome Masters, is the last of 3 major clay tournaments of the season that lead to second Grand Slam of the year, Roland Garros. Internazionali BNL d’Italia is a great middle ground between a small event and a Grand Slam. It has the look and feel of something major, but the stadiums and grounds are a perfect size to comfortably enjoy the tennis. The tournament starts May 12th, but Qualifiers start May 6, 2019.
Roland Garros, The French Open
May 26-June 9, 2019
At the end of May, the world's top tennis greats compete in Paris for the second Grand Slam of the year and the only one played on clay, the French Open. If Paris has always been a dream destination for you, what better way to enjoy all it has to offer while also watching our tennis greats play on one of their favorite courts?
The Championships Wimbledon
London, Great Britain
July 1-14, 2019
The Championships Wimbledon...the grass, tennis whites, the All England Club, strawberries and cream, royalty...what's not to love about the oldest tennis tournament in the world, and arguably, the most prestigious??
Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
Newport, Rhode Island
July 14-21, 2019
The Hall of Fame Tennis Championships is great news for those not ready for the grass court season to end after Wimbledon! As the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament concludes, another grass court event begins right across the pond, the Dell Technologies Hall of Fame Open at the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
July 20-28, 2019
The Atlanta Open has been a staple of the Southern summer since 2010 and the first event in the seven-tournament series leading up the US Open. The best American players generally show up to this tournament as they prepare for the US Open.
July 27 - Aug 4, 2019
What could be more American than tennis played in the nation’s capital, Washington, DC? This 500 level event is a great opportunity to see top level pros take it to the hard courts in the Mid-Atlantic.
Montreal and Toronto
Aug 2-11, 2019
Each year, Montreal and Toronto share hosting the best men’s and women’s players in the world, with both tournaments played at the same time, during the same week. In 2019, the WTA will be in Toronto while the ATP will play in Montreal.
Western & Southern Open
August 10-18, 2019
The Western and Southern Open, annually taking place at the Lindner Family Tennis Center, was first played in 1899, and it is the USA's oldest professional tennis tournament still played in its original city, Cincinnati, Ohio.
New York, NY
August 26-September 8, 2019
The US Open, the last of the calendar Grand Slams, is held annually, starting on the last Monday in August, and lasting for two weeks into September, across Labor Day Weekend.
Sept 20-22, 2019
Laver Cup is an international tennis tournament where two teams,“Europe” versus “The World,” comprised of the world’s best active tennis pros are pitted against each other for three days of singles and doubles play. The Laver Cup began in 2017, and was founded by Roger Federer, his management company “Team8”, former pro Jorge Paulo Lemann and Tennis Australia.
Shanghai Rolex Masters
October 5-13, 2019
The Shanghai Rolex Masters has proved to be very popular among top ATP players, as they have voted it the best ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament for 5 consecutive years! It is one of nine ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Series tournaments played annually and the only tournament of this category played outside of North American or Europe.
Tennis Paris Masters
October 26 – November 3, 2019
The Paris Masters is the last of the annual ATP Tour Masters 1000 series events and considered the most prestigious indoor tennis tournament in the world. It is the final stop before ATP Finals, and the last opportunity for players to earn points to qualify for the years' Champions tournament.
November 10-17, 2019
The ATP Finals, held annually in November in London, is a great event for spectators because you are guaranteed to see the best tennis players in the world in action. The year-end championships of the ATP World Tour ensures you get to watch the highest level, most intense tennis.
January 14-27, 2019
The Australian Open, also called The Grand Slam Asia-Pacific, is the 1st Grand Slam/Major tennis tournament of the year and often unpredictable, providing spectators with upsets, surprises and unexpected results.
New York Open
Long Island, NY
February 9-17, 2019
The New York Open, held annually in February, moved to its new home on Long Island, NY in 2018, as a replacement for an ATP 250 event previously held in Memphis, TN. Known for its striking black courts and attracting top American talent, this event is the only indoor ATP event in the country and should not be missed!