This article will look at the schedule of Carlos Alcaraz from when he turned pro in 2018 to his most recent tournament in 2023 (Indian Wells).
You will also find out what tournament Alcaraz is playing in next and what tournaments Carlos is likely to play in for the remainder of 2023.
2023 Carlos Alcaraz Schedule
Carlos Alcaraz’s next tournament/match will be at the ATP Masters 1000 tournament in Miami, Florida, which will be held from the 20th of April to the 2nd of April 2023.
Below is a list of other tournaments Alcaraz is expected to play in 2023.
|February 2023||Argentina Open||Buenos Aires, Argentina||Champion|
|February 2023||Rio||Rio De Janeiro, Brazil||Final|
|March 2023||Indian Wells||Indian Wells, USA||Champion|
|March 2023||Miami Open||Miami, USA||TBD|
|April 2023||Monte-Carlo Masters||Monaco||TBD|
|April 2023||Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||TBD|
|May 2023||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||TBD|
|May 2023||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||TBD|
|May/June 2023||French Open||Paris, France||TBD|
|June/July 2023||Wimbledon||London, UK||TBD|
|August 2023||Canada Masters||Toronto||TBD|
|August 2023||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||TBD|
|August/September 2023||US Open||New York, USA||TBD|
|October 2023||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||TBD|
|October/November 2023||Paris Masters||Paris, France||TBD|
|November 2023||ATP Finals*||Turin, Italy||TBD|
Carlos was due to play in the Kooyong Classic and the Australian Open in January 2023 but he had to pull out of the events due to an injury.
*Assuming Carlos qualifies for the year end finals.
2022 was a fantastic year for Alcaraz as he won the ATP 500 titles in Rio and Barcelona, the masters 1000 titles in Miami and Madrid, and his first grand slam singles title at the 2022 US Open in New York.
|January 2022||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||R32|
|February 2022||Rio||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Champion|
|February/March 2022||Davis Cup||Marbella, Spain||N/A|
|March 2022||Indian Wells||Indian Wells, USA||SF|
|March/April 2022||Miami Masters||Miami, USA||Champion|
|April 2022||Monte-Carlo Masters||Monaco||R32|
|April 2022||Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||Champion|
|May 2022||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Champion|
|May/June 2022||French Open||Paris, France||QF|
|June/July 2022||Wimbledon||London, England||R16|
|July 2022||Hamburg||Hamburg, Germany||Final|
|July 2022||Umag||Umag, Croatia||Final|
|August 2022||Canadian Masters||Montreal, Canada||R32|
|August 2022||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||QF|
|August/September 2022||US Open||New York, USA||Champion|
|September 2022||Davis Cup||Valencia, Spain||N/A|
|October 2022||Astana||Astana, Kazakhstan||R32|
|October 2022||Basel||Basel, Switzerland||SF|
|October/November 2022||Paris Masters||Paris, France||QF|
2021 was a breakthrough year on tour for Alcaraz as he qualified for the main draws of all four grand slams for the first time.
He also claimed his first ATP title at the Umag Croatia Open, beating Richard Gasquest in the final 6-2, 6-2.
Alcaraz ended the year in style by winning the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan, Italy.
|February 2021||Melbourne 1||Melbourne, Australia||R16|
|February 2021||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||R64|
|February 2021||Montpellier||Montpellier, France||Q1|
|March 2021||Gran Canaria 2 Challenger||Gran Canaria, Spain||R16|
|March 2021||Acapulco||Acapulco, Mexico||R32|
|March/April 2021||Miami Masters||Miami, USA||R128|
|April 2021||Marbella||Marbella, Spain||SF|
|April 2021||Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||R64|
|April/May 2021||Estoril||Estoril, Portugal||R32|
|May 2021||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||R32|
|May 2021||Oeiras 3 Challenger||Oeiras, Portugal||Champion|
|May/June 2021||French Open||Paris, France||R32|
|June/July 2021||Wimbledon||London, England||R64|
|July 2021||Umag||Umag, Croatia||Champion|
|July 2021||Kitzbuhel||Kitzbuhel, Austria||R32|
|August 2021||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||R64|
|August 2021||Winston-Salem||Winston-Salem, USA||SF|
|August/September 2021||US Open||New York, USA||QF|
|October 2021||Indian Wells||Indian Wells, USA||R64|
|October 2021||Vienna||Vienna, Austria||SF|
|November 2021||Paris Masters||Paris, France||R16|
|November 2021||Next Gen ATP Finals||Milan, Italy||Champion|
Despite the cancellation of many tournaments in 2020, Alcaraz still won five titles on the ITF and Challenger tours.
|January 2020||M15 Manacor 1||Manacor, Spain||Champion|
|January 2020||M15 Manacor 2||Manacor, Spain||Champion|
|January/February 2020||M15 Antalya||Antalya, Turkey||Final|
|February 2020||ATP Rio||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||R16|
|August 2020||Todi||Todi, Italy||R32|
|August 2020||Trieste||Trieste, Italy||Champion|
|August/September 2020||Cordenons||Cordenons, Italy||Final|
|September 2020||Biella||Biella, Italy||R16|
|September/October 2020||French Open||Paris, France||Q1|
|October 2020||Barcelona Challenger||Barcelona, Spain||Champion|
|October 2020||Alicante||Alicante, Spain||Champion|
|October 202||Marbella||Marbella, Spain||R32|
2019 saw Carlos win his first ITF title, beating Timofey Skatov 6-4, 6-3 in the final of the M25 Martos in Spain.
|January 2019||M15 Palmanova||Palmanova, Spain||SF|
|April 2019||Alicante||Alicante, Spain||R32|
|April 2019||Murcia||Murcia, Spain||R16|
|April 2019||Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||Q1|
|June 2019||M25 Martos||Martos, Spain||SF|
|July 2019||M25 Denia||Denia, Spain||Champion|
|August 2019||L’Aquila||L’Aquila, Italy||R32|
|August 2019||Mallorca||Mallorca, Spain||R64|
|September 2019||Seville||Seville, Spain||QF|
|September 2019||Florence||Florence, Italy||R64|
|October 2019||M25 Riba||Riba – Roja de Turia, Spain||R32|
Alcaraz only played in one ITF event in 2018, which was at the Spain F5 event in Murcia, Spain, where he made it to the quarterfinals where he lost to Sergio Gutierrez-Ferrol in straight sets 0-6, 4-6.