Andy Murray Schedule

This article will look at the schedule of Andy Murray from 2013 to his most recent tournament in 2024.

You will also find out what tournament Murray is playing in next and what tournaments Andy is likely to play in for the 2024 ATP tour.

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2024 Andy Murray Schedule

Andy Murray’s next tournament and match will be at the Miami Open, which will be held from the 17th to the 31st of March 2024.

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January 2024

  • 31 Dec 2023 – 7 Jan 2024 – Brisbane – R32
  • 10 – 12 Jan 2024 – Kooyong Classic – Exhibition
  • 14 – 28 Jan 2024 – Australian Open (Melbourne) – R128

February 2024

  • 29 Jan – 4 Feb 2024 – Montpellier – R32
  • 5 – 11 Feb 2024 – Marseille – R32
  • 19 – 24 Feb 2024 – Doha – R16
  • 26 Feb – 2 Mar 2024 – Dubai – R16

March 2024

  • 4 – 17 Mar 2024 – Indian Wells
  • 11 – 17 Mar 2024 – Arizona Tennis Classic
  • 18 – 31 Mar 2024 – Miami

2023 Schedule and Results

Andy won three ATP Challenger tournaments in 2023 (Aix-en-Provence, Surbiton, and Nottingham).

January 2023Adelaide InternationalAdelaide, AustraliaR32
January 2023Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaR32
February 2023DohaDoha, QatarFinal
March 2023Indian WellsIndian Wells, USAR32
March/April 2023MiamiMiami, USAR128
April 2023Monte CarloMonacoR64
April/May 2023MadridMadrid, SpainR128
May 2023Open Aix ProvenceAix-en-Provence, FranceChampion
May 2023RomeRome, ItalyR128
May 2023BordeauxBordeaux, FranceR16
June 2023SurbitonSurbiton, UKChampion
June 2023NottinghamNottingham, UKChampion
June 2023QueensLondon, UKR32
June/July 2023Wimbledon ChampionshipsLondon, UKR64
July/August 2023WashingtonWashington, USAR16
August 2023Rogers CupMontreal, CanadaR16
August/September 2023US OpenNew York, USAR64
September 2023Davis CupManchester, EnglandN/A
September 2023ZhuhaiZhuhai, ChinaR16
September/October 2023BeijingBeijing, ChinaR32
October 2023Shanghai MastersShanghai, ChinaR96
October 2023Basel IndoorsBasel, SwitzerlandR16
October/November 2023Paris MastersParis, FranceR64

NB: Andy was due to play in the Dubai Tennis Championships but pulled out of the tournament to rest after making it to the final in Doha.

2022 Schedule

Andy’s made it to two finals in 2022, Sydney Tennis Classic (lost to Aslan Karatsev 3-6, 3-6), and Stuttgart Open (lost to Matteo Berretini 4-6, 7-5, 3-6).

January 2022MelbourneMelbourne, AustraliaR32
January 2022Sydney Tennis ClassicSydney, AustraliaF
January 2022Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaR64
February 2022RotterdamRotterdam, The NetherlandR16
February 2022DohaDoha, QatarR16
February 2022DubaiDubai, UAER16
March 2022BNP Paribas Open (Indian Wells)California, USAR64
March/April 2022MiamiFlorida, USAR64
April/May 2022MadridMadrid, SpainR16
May/June 2022Surbiton TrophySurbiton, EnglandR32
June 2022StuttgartStuttgart, GermanyF
June/July 2022WimbledonLondon, EnglandR64
July 2022NewportRI, USAQF
August 2022Citi OpenWashington DC, USAR64
August 2022National Bank OpenMontreal, CanadaR64
August 2022CincinnatiOhio, USAR32
August/September 2022US OpenNew York, USAR32
September 2022Laver CupLondon, UKRR
October 2022GijonGijon, SpainQF
October 2022BaselBasel, SwitzerlandR16
October/November 2022Paris MastersParis, FranceR64


2021 was a mixed year for Andy but he still made it to a final in Biella and two quarterfinals in Metz and Stockholm.

February 2021Biella 1Biella, ItalyF
February 2021MontpellierMontpellier, FranceR32
March 2021RotterdamRotterdam, The NetherlandR16
May/June 2021Queens ClubLondon, EnglandR16
June/July 2021WimbledonLondon, EnglandR32
August 2021CincinnatiOhio, USAR32
August 2021Winston-SalemNC, USAR32
August/September 2021US OpenNew York, USAR128
September 2021Rennes ChallengerRennes, FranceR16
September 2021Moselle OpenMetz, FranceQF
September/October 2021San DiegoCA, USAR16
October 2021BNP Paribas OpenCA, USAR32
October 2021AntwerpAntwerp, BelgiumR16
October 2021ViennaVienna, AustriaR16
November 2021Paris MastersParis, FranceR64
November 2021StockholmStockholm, SwedenQF


Due to the cancellation of many ATP tournaments in 2020, Andy only played four tournaments in 2020.

August 2020CincinnatiNY, USAR16
August/September 2020US OpenNY, USAR64
September/October 2020Roland GarrosParis, FranceR128
October 2020Cologne 1Cologne, GermanyR32


Andy Murray won his first title since returning from two hip surgeries after he defeated Stan Wawrinka 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 at the ATP 250 event in Antwerp, Belgium in October 2019.

January 2019BrisbaneBrisbane, AustraliaR16
January 2019Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaR128
August 2019CincinnatiOH, USAR64
August 2019Winston-SalemNC, USAR64
August 2019MallorcaMallorca, SpainR16
August 2019Zhuhai ChampionshipsZhuhai, ChinaR16
September/October 2019China OpenBeijing, ChinaQF
October 2019Shanghai MastersShanghai, ChinaR32
October 2019AntwerpAntwerp, BelgiumChampion


Andy only played in six tournaments in 2018 as he was still recovering from his first hip surgery.

June 2018Queens ClubLondon, UKR32
June 2018EastbourneEastbourne, UKR16
July/August 2018WashingtonDC, USAQF
August 2018CincinnatiOH, USAR64
August/September 2018US OpenNY, USAR64
September 2018ShenzhenShenzhen, ChinaQF


In 2017, Andy struggled with a hip injury that forced him to take the second half of the season after he lost in five sets to Sam Querrey in the 2017 Wimbledon quarterfinals.

January 2017DohaDoha, QatarF
January 2017Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaR16
February/March 2017DubaiDubai, UAEChampion
March 2017Indian WellsCA, USAR64
April 2017Monte-Carlo MastersMonacoR16
April 2017BarcelonaBarcelona, SpainSF
May 2017MadridMadrid, SpainR16
May 2017RomeRome, ItalyR32
May/June 2017Roland GarrosParis, FranceSF
June 2017Queen’s ClubLondon, UKR32
July 2017WimbledonLondon, UKQF


2016 was an amazing year for Andy as he won nine singles titles (including his second Wimbledon title) and finished the year by winning the ATP finals and claiming the year-end number 1.

Andy retained his number 1 ranking for a total of 41 weeks before being replaced as number 1 by Rafael Nadal on the 21st of August 2017.

January 2016Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaF
March 2016Indian WellsCA, USAR32
March 2016MiamiFL, USAR32
April 2016Monte CarloMonacoSF
May 2016MadridMadrid, SpainF
May 2016RomeRome, ItalyChampion
May/June 2016Rolland GarrosParis, FranceF
June 2016Queen’s ClubLondon, UKChampion
June/July 2016WimbledonLondon, EnglandChampion
August 2016Rio OlympicsRio de Janeiro, BrazilChampion
August 2016CincinnatiOhio, USAF
August/September 2016US OpenNew York, USAQF
October 2016BeijingBeijing, ChinaChampion
October 2016Shanghai MastersShanghai, MastersChampion
October 2016ViennaVienna, AustriaChampion
October/November 2016Paris MastersParis, FranceChampion
November 2016ATP FinalsLondon, UKChampion


Andy won four titles in 2015 with his major roadblock to more titles being Novak Djokovic who beat him in Australia, Indian Wells, Miami, Roland Garros, Montreal, Shanghai, and Paris.

January 2015Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaF
February 2015RotterdamRotterdam, The NetherlandsQF
February 2015DubaiDubai, UAEQF
March 2015Indian WellsCA, USASF
March 2015MiamiFL, USASF
April 2015MunichMunich, GermanyChampion
May 2015MadridMadrid, SpainChampion
May 2015RomeRome, ItalyR16
May/June 2015Rolland GarrosParis, FranceSF
June 2015Queen’s ClubLondon, UKChampion
June/July 2015WimbledonLondon, EnglandSF
August 2015WashingtonDC, USAR32
August 2015Canada MastersMontreal, CanadaChampion
August 2015CincinnatiOhio, USASF
August/September 2015US OpenNew York, USAR16
October 2015Shanghai MastersShanghai, MastersSF
November 2015Paris MastersParis, FranceF
November 2015ATP FinalsLondon, UKRR


Murray had a quiet start to 2014 but finished the year strong by winning titles in Shenzhen, Valencia, and Vienna.

January 2014DohaDoha, QatarR16
January 2014Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaQF
February 2014RotterdamRotterdam, The NetherlandsQF
February 2014AcapulcoAcapulco, MexicoSF
March 2014Indian WellsCA, USAR16
March 2014MiamiFL, USAQF
May 2014MadridMadrid, SpainR16
May 2014RomeRome, ItalyQF
May/June 2014Rolland GarrosParis, FranceSF
June 2014Queen’s ClubLondon, UKR16
June/July 2014WimbledonLondon, EnglandQF
August 2014Canada MastersMontreal, CanadaQF
August 2014CincinnatiOhio, USAQF
August/September 2014US OpenNew York, USAQF
September 2014ShenzhenShenzhen, ChinaChampion
September/October 2014BeijingBeijingSF
October 2014Shanghai MastersShanghai, MastersR16
October 2014ViennaVienna, AustriaChampion
October 2014ValenciaValencia, SpainChampion
November 2014Paris MastersParis, FranceQF
November 2014ATP FinalsLondon, UKRR


Andy became the first British male player to win Wimbledon since Fred Perry in 1936, after he beat Novak Djokovic 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 in the Wimbledon men’s singles final in 2013.

January 2013BrisbaneBrisbane, AustraliaChampion
January 2013Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaF
March 2013Indian WellsCA, USAQF
March 2013MiamiFL, USAChampion
April 2013Monte-CarloMonacoR16
May 2013MadridMadrid, SpainQF
May 2013RomeRome, ItalyR32
June 2013Queen’s ClubLondon, UKChampion
June/July 2013WimbledonLondon, EnglandChampion
August 2013Canada MastersMontreal, CanadaR16
August 2013CincinnatiOhio, USAQF
August/September 2013US OpenNew York, USAQF