Alexander Zverev Schedule

This article will look at the schedule for Alexander Zverev from 2013 to 2024 so you can find out where Zverev has played over the years and where he is likely to play next in 2024.

Alexander Zverev Schedule

When is Alexander Zverev playing next?

Alexander Zverev’s next tournament and match will be at the Rome Masters, which will be held from the 6th to the 19th of May 2024.

2024 Alexander Zverev Schedule

Below is a list of tournaments that Alexander Zverev is expected to play in 2024, which includes mandatory ATP events and other tournaments where he has signed multi-year deals with tournament organizers e.g. Halle.

January 2024United CupAustralia
January 2024Australian OpenMelbourne, Australia
February 2024Los CabosLos Cabos, Mexico
February 2024AcapulcoAcapulco, Mexico
March 2024Indian WellsIndian Wells, USA
March 2024Miami OpenMiami, USA
April 2024Monte CarloMonaco
April 2024BMW OpenMunich, Germany
May 2024Madrid MastersMadrid, Spain
May 2024Rome MastersRome, Italy
May/June 2024French OpenParis, France
June 2024HalleHalle, Germany
July 2024WimbledonLondon, UK
July 2024HamburgHamburg, Germany
July/August 2024OlympicsParis, France
August 2024Canada MastersMontreal
August 2024Cincinnati MastersCincinnati, USA
August/September 2024US OpenNew York, USA
October 2024Shanghai MastersShanghai, China
October 2024Erste Bank OpenVienna, Austria
October/November 2024Paris MastersParis, France
November 2024ATP FinalsTurin, Italy


Zverev won two titles in 2023 (Hamburg and Chengdu) and also qualified for the year end finals in Turin after missing out in 2022.

January 2023United CupAustraliaGroup Stage
January 2023Australian OpenMelbourne, Australia2R
February 2023RotterdamRotterdam, The Netherlands2R
February 2023DohaDoha, Qatar2R
February/March 2023DubaiDubai, UAESF
March 2023Indian WellsIndian Wells, USA4R
March 2023Miami OpenMiami, USA2R
April 2023Monte CarloMonaco3R
April 2023BMW OpenMunich, Germany2R
May 2023Madrid MastersMadrid, Spain4R
May 2023Rome MastersRome, Italy4R
May 2023GenevaGeneva, SwitzerlandSF
May/June 2023French OpenParis, FranceSF
June 2023HalleHalle, GermanySF
June/July 2023HurlinghamLondon, UKExhibition
June/July 2023WimbledonLondon, UK3R
July 2023BastadBastad, SwedenQF
July 2023HamburgHamburg, GermanyChampion
August 2023Canada MastersTorontoR32
August 2023Cincinnati MastersCincinnati, USASF
August/September 2023US OpenNew York, USAQF
September 2023ChengduChengdu, ChinaChampion
September/October 2023BeijingBeijing, ChinaSF
October 2023Shanghai MastersShanghai, ChinaR64
October 2023TokyoTokyo, JapanR32
October 2023Erste Bank OpenVienna, AustriaQF
October/November 2023Paris MastersParis, FranceR16
November 2023ATP FinalsTurin, ItalyGroup Stage


Following the injury, he picked up at the 2022 French Open, Alexander Zverev was not able to play at Halle, Wimbledon, or any of the tournaments in the US Open Series.

The official US Open Twitter account also announced that Zverev had officially withdrawn from the 2022 US Open (see tweet below).

Below is a list of tournaments that Zverev played in 2022, with most coming in the first five months of the year before he got injured at Roland Garros.

MonthTournamentLocationResult (Opponent)
January 2022ATP CupMelbourne, AustraliaRR
January 2022Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaR16 (Denis Shapovalov)
February 2022MontpellierMontpellier, FranceFinal (Alexander Bublik)
February 2022AcapulcoAcapulco, MexicoR16 (Peter Gojowczyk)
April 2022Monte Carlo MastersMonte Carlo, MonacoSemifinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)
April 2022MunichMunich, GermanyR16 (Holger Rune)
May 2022Madrid MastersMadrid, SpainFinal (Carlos Alcaraz)
May 2022Rome MastersRome, ItalySemifinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)
May 2022French OpenParis, FranceSemifinals (Rafael Nadal)
December 2022Diriyah Tennis CupDiriyah, Saudi ArabiaQuarterfinals (Daniil Medvedev)
December 2022World Tennis LeagueDubai, UAEChampions (Hawks)


Zverev played in nineteen tournaments in 2021, reaching six finals and winning each one (Acapulco, Madrid Masters, Toyko Olympics, Cincinnati Masters, Vienna, and the ATP Finals).

2021 is Alexander Zverev’s best year to date with a total of six titles to his name including a gold medal in the singles at the Tokyo Olympics and a second ATP Finals title.

MonthTournamentLocationResult (Opponent)
February 2021ATP CupMelbourne, AustraliaRR
February 2021Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaQuarterfinals (Novak Djokovic)
March 2021Rotterdam OpenRotterdam, The NetherlandsR32 (Alexander Bublik)
March 2021AcapulcoAcapulco, MexicoChampion (Stefanos Tsitsipas)
March 2021Miami MastersMiami, USAR64 (Emil Ruusuvuori)
April 2021Monte Carlo MastersMonte Carlo, MonacoR16 (David Goffin)
April 2021MunichMunich, GermanyQuarterfinals (Ilya Ivashka)
May 2021Madrid MastersMadrid, SpainChampion (Matteo Berrettini)
May 2021Rome MastersRome, ItalyQuarterfinals (Rafael Nadal)
May 2021French OpenParis, FranceSemifinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)
June 2021HalleHalle, GermanyR16 (Ugo Humbert)
June 2021WimbledonLondon, UKR16 (Felix Auger Aliassime)
July 2021Toyko OlympicsToyko, JapanGold Medal (Karen Khachanov)
August 2021Cincinnati MastersCincinnati, USAChampion (Andrey Rublev)
August 2021US OpenNew York, USASemifinals (Novak Djokovic)
October 2021Indian Wells MastersIndian Wells, USAQuarterfinals (Taylor Fritz)
October 2021ViennaVienna, AustriaChampion (Frances Tiafoe)
November 2021Paris MastersParis, FranceSemifinals (Daniil Medvedev)
November 2021ATP FinalsLondon, UKChampion (Daniil Medvedev)


Zverev played in ten tournaments in 2020, reaching four finals and winning two singles titles (Cologne 1 and 2).

2020 was the year that Alexander Zverev finally made a breakthrough at the Grand Slams as he made it to the semifinals at the Australian Open and the final of the US Open.

January 2020ATP CupMelbourne, AustraliaRR
January 2020Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaSemifinals (Dominic Thiem)
February 2020AcapulcoAcapulco, MexicoR16 (Tommy Paul)
August 2020Cincinnati MastersCincinnati, USAR32 (Andy Murray)
August 2020US OpenNew York, USAFinal (Dominic Thiem)
September 2020French OpenParis, FranceR16 (Jannik Sinner)
October 2020Cologne 1Cologne, GermanyChampion (Felix Auger Aliassime)
October 2020Cologne 2Cologne, GermanyChampion (Diego Schwartzman)
November 2020Paris MastersParis, FranceFinal (Daniil Medvedev)
November 2020ATP FinalsLondon, UKRR


Zverev played in twenty-six tournaments in 2019, reaching four finals and winning one singles title (Geneva).

Alexander Zverev failed to follow up on his success in 2018 as he only won one singles title in 2019.

He also failed to make it past the quarterfinals at any of the grand slam events.

January 2019Hopman CupPerth, Western AustraliaFinal (Switzerland)
January 2019Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaR16 (Milos Raonic)
February 2019Davis CupFrankfurt, GermanyGermany
February 2019AcapulcoAcapulco, MexicoFinal (Nick Kyrgios)
March 2019Indian WellsIndian Wells, USAR32 (Jan Lennard Struff)
March 2019Miami MastersMiami, USAR64 (David Ferrer)
April 2019MarrakechMarrakech, MoroccoR16 (Jaume Munar)
April 2019Monte Carlo MastersMonte Carlo, MonacoR16 (Fabio Fognini)
April 2019BarcelonaBarcelona, SpainR32 (Nicolas Jarry)
April 2019MunichMunich, GermanyQuarterfinals (Christian Garin)
May 2019Madrid MastersMadrid, SpainQuarterfinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)
May 2019Rome MastersRome, ItalyR32 (Matteo Berrettini)
May 2019GenevaGeneva, SwitzerlandChampion (Nicolas Jarry)
May 2019French OpenParis, FranceQuarterfinals (Novak Djokovic)
June 2019Stuttgart OpenStuttgart, GermanyR16 (Dustin Brown)
June 2019HalleHalle, GermanyQuarterfinals (David Goffin)
July 2019WimbledonLondon, UKR128 (Jiri Vesely)
July 2019HamburgHamburg, GermanySemifinals (Nikoloz Basilashvili)
August 2019Canada MastersMontreal, CanadaQuarterfinals (Karen Khachanov)
August 2019Cincinnati MastersCincinnati, USAR32 (Miomir Kecmanovic)
August 2019US OpenNew York, USAR16 (Diego Schwartzman)
September 2019BeijingBeijing, ChinaSemifinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)
October 2019Shanghai MastersShanghai, ChinaFinal (Daniil Medvedev)
October 2019BaselBasel, SwitzerlandR32 (Taylor Fritz)
October 2019Paris MastersParis, FranceR16 (Denis Shapovalov)
November 2019ATP FinalsLondon, UKSemifinals (Dominic Thiem)


Zverev played in twenty-two tournaments in 2018, reaching seven finals and winning four singles titles (Madrid, Munich, Washington, and the ATP Finals).

Alexander Zverev claimed his biggest title to date by winning the ATP finals in London.

He also won titles in Munich, Madrid, and Washington for a total of 4 singles titles in 2018.

January 2018Hopman CupPerth, Western AustraliaFinal (Switzerland)
January 2018Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaR32 (Hyeon Chung)
February 2018Davis CupBrisbane, AustraliaGermany
February 2018Rotterdam OpenRotterdam, The NetherlandsR16 (Andreas Seppi)
February 2018AcapulcoAcapulco, MexicoSemifinals (Juan Martin Del Potro)
March 2018Indian WellsIndian Wells, USAR64 (Joao Sousa)
March 2018Miami MastersMiami, USAFinal (John Isner)
April 2018MunichMunich, GermanyChampion (Philipp Kohlschreiber)
May 2018Madrid MastersMadrid, SpainChampion (Dominic Thiem)
May 2018Rome MastersRome, ItalyFinal (Rafael Nadal)
May 2018French OpenParis, FranceQuarterfinals (Dominic Thiem)
June 2018HalleHalle, GermanyR32 (Borna Coric)
July 2018WimbledonLondon, UKR32 (Ernests Gulbis)
July 2018WashingtonWashington, USAChampion (Alex De Minaur)
August 2018Canada MastersToronto, CanadaQuarterfinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)
August 2018Cincinnati MastersCincinnati, USAR32 (Robin Haase)
August 2018US OpenNew York, USAR32 (Philipp Kohlschreiber)
October 2018BeijingBeijing, ChinaR16 (Malek Jaziri)
October 2018Shanghai MastersShanghai, ChinaSemifinals (Novak Djokovic)
October 2018BaselBasel, SwitzerlandSemifinals (Marius Copil)
October 2018Paris MastersParis, FranceQuarterfinals (Karen Khachanov)
November 2018ATP FinalsLondon, UKChampion (Novak Djokovic)


Zverev played in twenty-six tournaments in 2017, reaching six finals and winning five singles titles (Montpellier, Munich, Rome, Washington, and Montreal).

In 2017, Alexander Zverev won a total of 5 singles titles including his first Masters 1000 title at the Rome Masters, beating Novak Djokovic in the final.

He would follow this up with another Masters 1000 title at the Canada Masters in August.

January 2017Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaRound of 32 (Rafael Nadal)
February 2017Davis CupFrankfurt, GermanyBelgium
February 2017MontpellierMontpellier, FranceChampion (Richard Gasquet)
February 2017Rotterdam OpenRotterdam, The NetherlandsRound of 32 (Dominic Thiem)
February 2017MarseilleMarseille, FranceRound of 32 (Nicolas Mahut)
March 2017Indian WellsIndian Wells, USARound of 32 (Nick Kyrgios)
March 2017Miami MastersMiami, USAQuarterfinals (Nick Kyrgios)
April 2017Monte Carlo MastersMonte Carlo, MonacoRound of 16 (Rafael Nadal)
April 2017BarcelonaBarcelona, SpainRound of 16 (Hyeon Chung)
April 2017MunichMunich, GermanyChampion (Guido Pella)
May 2017Madrid MastersMadrid, SpainQuarterfinals (Pablo Cuevas)
May 2017Rome MastersRome, ItalyChampion (Novak Djokovic)
May 2017French OpenParis, FranceRound of 128 (Fernando Verdasco)
May 2017S’HertogenboschS’Hertogenbosch, The NetherlandsSemifinals (Gilles Muller)
June 2017HalleHalle, GermanyFinal (Roger Federer)
June 2017WimbledonLondon, UKRound of 16 (Milos Raonic)
July 2017WashingtonWashington, USAChampion (Kevin Anderson)
July 2017Canada MastersMontreal, CanadaChampion (Roger Federer)
August 2017Cincinnati MastersCincinnati, USARound of 32 (Frances Tiafoe)
August 2017US OpenNew York, USARound of 64 (Borna Coric)
September 2017ShenzhenShenzhen, ChinaQuarterfinals (Damir Dzumhur)
October 2017BeijingBeijing, ChinaSemifinals (Nick Kyrgios)
October 2017Shanghai MastersShanghai, ChinaRound of 16 (Juan Martin Del Potro)
October 2017ViennaVienna, AustriaQuarterfinals (Jo Wilfried Tsonga)
October 2017Paris MastersParis, FranceRound of 32 (Robin Haase)
November 2017ATP FinalsLondon, UKRR (Roger Federer)


Zverev played in twenty-four tournaments in 2016, reaching three finals and winning one singles title (St. Petersburg).

2016 saw Alexander Zverev win his first ATP Tour title at St. Petersburg Open in Russia. In the final, he beat Stan Wawrinka 6-2, 3-6, 7-5.

Zverev also made it to two other finals, in Nice (lost to Dominic Thiem) and in Halle (Lost to Florian Mayer).

In the Halle tennis tournament, he also achieved his biggest win to date by beating Roger Federer in the semifinals.

January 2016Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaRound of 128 (Andy Murray)
February 2016MontpellierMontpellier, FranceSemifinals (Paul Henri Mathieu)
February 2016Rotterdam OpenRotterdam, The NetherlandsQuarterfinals (Gael Monfils)
February 2016MarseilleMarseille, FranceRound of 16 (Tomas Berdych)
March 2016Davis CupHannover, GermanyCzech Republic
March 2016Indian WellsIndian Wells, USARound of 16 (Rafael Nadal)
March 2016Miami MastersMiami, USARound of 64 (Steve Johnson)
April 2016Monte Carlo MastersMonte Carlo, MonacoRound of 32 (Marcel Granollers)
April 2016BarcelonaBarcelona, SpainRound of 16 (Malek Jaziri)
April 2016MunichMunich, GermanySemifinals (Dominic Thiem)
May 2016Rome MastersRome, ItalyRound of 32 (Roger Federer)
May 2016NiceNice, FranceFinal (Dominic Thiem)
May 2016French OpenParis, FranceRound of 32 (Dominic Thiem)
June 2016HalleHalle, GermanyFinal (Florian Mayer)
June 2016WimbledonLondon, UKRound of 32 (Tomas Berdych)
July 2016HamburgHamburg, GermanyRound of 32 (Inigo Cervantes Huegun)
July 2016WashingtonWashington, USASemifinals (Gael Monfils)
July 2016Canada MastersToronto, CanadaRound of 64 (Yen Hsun Lu)
August 2016Cincinnati MastersCincinnati, USARound of 64 (Yuichi Sugita)
August 2016US OpenNew York, USARound of 64 (Daniel Evans)
September 2016St. Petersburg OpenSt. Petersburg, RussiaChampion (Stan Wawrinka)
October 2016BeijingBeijing, ChinaQuarterfinals (David Ferrer)
October 2016Shanghai MastersShanghai, ChinaRound of 16 (Jo Wilfried Tsonga)
October 2016StockholmStockholm, SwedenSemifinals (Jack Sock)


Zverev played in seventeen tournaments in 2015 but he failed to reach any finals.

However, 2015 was a breakthrough year for Alexander Zverev as he qualified to play in his first grand slam event at the 2015 Wimbledon as well as making it to the semifinals of the ATP Bastad.

February 2015Rotherham OpenRotherham, NetherlandsRound of 32 (Roberto Bautista Agut)
February 2015MarseilleMarseille, FranceRound of 32 (Gael Monfils)
February 2015DubaiDubai, UAERound of 32 (Marsel Ilhan)
March 2015Miami MastersMiami, USARound of 64 (Lukas Rosol)
April 2015MunichMunich, GermanyRound of 16 (Philipp Kohlschreiber)
June 2015StuttgartStuttgart, GermanyRound of 16 (Viktor Troicki)
June 2015HalleHalle, GermanyRound of 16 (Ivo Karlovic)
June 2015ATP NottinghamNottingham, UKRound of 16 (Marcos Baghdatis)
June 2015WimbledonLondon, UKRound of 64 (Denis Kudla)
July 2015BastadBastad, SwedenSemifinals (Tommy Robredo)
July 2015ATP HamburgHamburg, GermanyRound of 32 (Tommy Robredo)
August 2015ATP WashingtonWashington, USAQuarterfinals (Marin Cilic)
August 2015Cincinnati MastersCincinnati, USARound of 64 (Borna Coric)
August 2015US OpenNew York, USARound of 128 (Philipp Kohlschreiber)
September 2015MetzMetz, FranceRound of 32 (Fernando Verdasco)
September 2015Kuala LumpurKuala Lumpur, MalaysiaRound of 32 (Jeremy Chardy)
October 2015StockholmStockholm, SwedenRound of 16 (Tomas Berdych)


Zverev played in five tournaments in 2014 and saw Alexander Zverev’s first run at an ATP tournament as he made it to the semifinals of the ATP Hamburg event, losing to David Ferrer 6-0, 6-1.

April 2014MunichMunich, GermanyRound of 32 (Jurgen Melzer)
July 2014ATP HamburgHamburg, GermanySemifinals (David Ferrer)
July 2014UmagUmag, CroatiaRound of 32 (Albert Montanes)
July 2014KitzbuhelKitzbuhel, AustriaRound of 32 (Diego Schwartzman)
October 2014BaselBasel, SwitzerlandRound of 32 (Grigor Dimitrov)


The ATP Hamburg tournament in July 2013 was Alexander Zverev’s first ATP Tour event of his career.

He ended up losing his first ATP Tour match to Roberto Bautista Agut 6-3, 6-2.

July 2013ATP Hamburg OpenHamburg, GermanyRound of 64 (Roberto Bautista Agut)