The ATP Tour Masters 1000 is a series of tennis tournaments that are played each year on the ATP Tour.
After the four grand slam tournaments and the ATP Finals, the masters 1000 tournaments are considered the next most prestigious tournaments to win as a male tennis professional.
List of ATP Masters 1000 Tournaments
There are a total of nine tournaments in the Masters 1000 series and these are held all across the world and on different court surfaces with grass being the only court surface not used in any of the tournaments.
|Tournament||Location||Court Surface||2022 Winner|
|Indian Wells||Indian Wells, California||Hardcourt||Taylor Fritz|
|Miami Open||Miami Gardens, Florida||Hardcourt||Carlos Alcaraz|
|Madrid Open||Madrid||Clay||Carlos Alcaraz|
|Italian Open||Rome||Clay||Novak Djokovic|
|Canadian Open||Montreal / Toronto||Hardcourt||Pablo Carreno Busta|
|Cincinnati||Mason, Ohio||Hardcourt||Borna Coric|
*No tournament was held in Shanghai in 2021 or 2022 due to restrictions in place in China.
Most Masters 1000 Titles
Novak Djokovic currently holds the record for most Masters 1000 titles with 38, followed by Rafael Nadal with 36 and Roger Federer with 28.
To date, Djokovic is the only player to have achieved the “Career Golden Masters” which is winning all active Masters 1000 titles over the course of their playing career.
The big three of Djokovic, Nadal, and Federer have won a combined total of 102 ATP 1000 titles with Andy Murray being the only other active player to win more than 10 ATP 1000 titles in the era of the big three.
|Player Name||Number of Titles|
Most titles per Masters Tournament
It is no surprise that the King of Clay Rafel Nadal leads the way with the most titles won at a single masters tournament with 11 titles to his name at the Monte Carlo in Monaco and 10 titles at the Italian Open in Rome.
The next best is Roger Federer who won 7 Cincinnati singles titles over the course of his career.
|Tournament||Player Name||Number of Titles|
|Monte Carlo||Rafael Nadal||11|
|Miami||Andre Agassi and Novak Djokovic||6|
|Indian Wells||Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic||5|
ATP Masters 1000 Schedule 2023
Below is the schedule of dates for the ATP 1000 tournaments that are due to be played in 2023.
|Indian Wells||Indian Wells Tennis Garden||8 March – 19 March 2023||Ticket Info|
|Miami Open||Hard Rock Stadium||22 March – 2 April 2023||Ticket Info|
|Monte-Carlo||Monte Carlo Country Club||10 April – 16 April 2023||Ticket Info|
|Madrid Open||Caja Mágica||26 April – 7 May 2023||Ticket Info|
|Italian Open||Foro Italico||10 May – 21 May 2023||Ticket Info|
|Canadian Open||Stade IGA (Montreal)||7 August – 13 August 2023||Ticket Info|
|Cincinnati||Lindner Family Tennis Center||14 August – 20 August 2023||Ticket Info|
|Paris||AccorHotels Arena||30 October – 5 November 2023||Ticket Info|
Please note that the above dates are subject to change so check out the relevant tournament website for the latest information.
How many Masters 1000 Tennis Tournaments are there?
There are currently a total of nine tournaments in the ATP Masters 1000 series (Indian Wells, Miami, Madrid, Monte-Carlo, Rome, Canada, Cincinnati, Shanghai, and Paris).
Who has won the most ATP 1000 titles?
Djokovic currently holds the record for titles with 38 to his name.