Emma Raducanu Schedule

This article will look at the schedule for Emma Raducanu from when she turned pro in 2018 to her most recent tournament in 2023 (Stuttgart).

You will also find out what tournament Raducanu is playing in next and what tournaments Emma is likely to play in for the remainder of 2023.

Emma Raducanu Schedule

2023 Emma Raducanu Schedule

Emma Raducanu’s next tournament and match will likely be in 2024, with her final tournament in 2023 being the Women’s Stuttgart Open, which was held from the 17th to the 23rd of April 2023.

Raducanu’s next match and schedule for the 2024 tennis season have yet to be confirmed as Emma is still recovering from the hand and knee surgery she had at the beginning of May 2023.

Below is a list of WTA tennis tournaments Emma entered in 2023.

January 2023ASB ClassicNew ZealandR16
January 2023Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaR64
March 2023Indian WellsIndian Wells, USAR16
March/April 2023MiamiMiami, USAR128
April 2023StuttgartStuttgart, GermanyR32

2022 Schedule

Emma’s best performances in 2022 came at Women’s Stuttgart Open and Citi Open where she made the quarterfinals and at the WTA Korea Open, where she made it to the semifinals.

January 2022Sydney Tennis ClassicSydney, AustraliaR32
January 2022Australian OpenMelbourne, AustraliaR64
February 2022Abierto Akron ZapopanGuadalajara, MexicoR32
March 2022BNP Paribas Open (Indian Wells)California, USAR32
March/April 2022MiamiFlorida, USAR64
April 2022Women’s Stuttgart OpenStuttgart, GermanyQF
April/May 2022MadridMadrid, SpainR16
May 2022Internazionali BNL d`ItaliaRome, ItalyR64
May/June 2022Roland GarrosParis, FranceR64
June 2022NottinghamNottingham, EnglandR32
June/July 2022WimbledonLondon, EnglandR64
August 2022Citi OpenWashington DC, USAQF
August 2022National Bank OpenMontreal, CanadaR64
August 2022CincinnatiOhio, USAR16
August/September 2022US OpenNew York, USAR128
September 2022PortorozPortoroz, SloveniaR16
September 2022SeoulSeoul, South KoreaSF
October 2022OstravaOstrava, Czech RepublicR32
December 2022Mubadala World Tennis ChampionshipsAbu Dhabi, United Arab EmiratesF

2021 Schedule

2021 was Emma’s breakthrough year on tour as she claimed her first grand slam singles title by beating Leylah Fernandez (6-4, 6-3) in the 2021 US Open final.

June 2021WTA NottinghamNottingham, EnglandR64
June 2021ITF NottinghamNottingham, EnglandQF
June/July 2021WimbledonWimbledon, EnglandR16
August 2021Silicon Valley ClassicSan Jose, USAR32
August 2021LandisvilleLandisvilleQF
August 2021Chicago 125Chicago, USAFinal
August/September 2021US OpenNew York, USAChampion
October 2021Indian WellsIndian Wells, USAR64
October 2021Cluj-NapocaCluj-Napoca, RomaniaQF
November 2021LinzLinz, AustriaR16

2020 Schedule

Due to the cancellation of many ITF tournaments in 2020, Emma only played two tournaments in 2020 (both in the UK).

February 2020GlasgowGlasgow, ScotlandR32
February/March 2020SunderlandSunderland, EnglandF

2019 Schedule

Raducanu claimed her third ITF singles title by winning the ITF tournament in Pune, India.

February 2019GlasgowGlasgow, ScotlandR16
March 2019Tel AvivTel Aviv, IsraelF
April 2019BoltonBolton, EnglandSF
July 2019WimbledonWimbledon, EnglandQF1
September 2019Roehampton 1Roehampton, EnglandQF
September 2019Roehampton 2Roehampton, EnglandSF
November 2019Minsk 3Minsk, BelarusQF
December 2019SolapurSolapur, IndiaR16
December 2019PunePune, IndiaChampion

2018 Schedule

Emma played in eight tournaments in her first year on tour, winning the ITF events in Tiberias and Antalya.

March/April 2018Nanjing 2Nanjing, ChinaQR3
April 2018Nanjing 3Nanjing, ChinaQF
May 2018TiberiasTiberias, IsraelChampion
June 2018ManchesterManchester, EnglandR32
July 2019WimbledonWimbledon, EnglandQR1
September 2018LisbonLisbon, PortugalQR2
October 2018AntalyaAntalya, TurkeyChampion
October/November 2018WirralWirral, EnglandSF