This article will look at the schedule for Novak Djokovic from 2013 to his most recent tournament in 2023.
2023 Novak Djokovic Schedule
Novak Djokovic’s next tournament and match will be at the Riyadh Tennis Cup, which will be held from the 26th to the 27th of December 2023, with his next game being against Carlos Alcaraz in an exhibition match that will be played on the 27th of December 2023.
Djokovic’s next ATP tournament and schedule for the first few months of 2024 have yet to be confirmed but he is expected to play for Serbia in the United Cup at the beginning of January 2024.
|January 2023||Adelaide International 1||Australia||Champion|
|January 2023||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Champion|
|February 2023||Dubai||Dubai, UAE||SF|
|April 2023||Monte Carlo||Monaco||R16|
|April 2023||Banja Luka Open||Banja Luka||R16|
|May 2023||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||QF|
|May/June 2023||French Open||Paris, France||Champion|
|June/July 2023||Wimbledon||London, UK||Final|
|August 2023||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Champion|
|August/September 2023||US Open||New York, USA||Champion|
|October/November 2023||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Champion|
|November 2023||ATP Finals||Turin, Italy||Champion|
|November 2023||Davis Cup||Malaga, Spain||TBD|
|December 2023||Riyadh Tennis Cup||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia||Exhibition|
Novak Djokovic’s start to the 2022 Season did not get off to the best of starts as he was not able to play at the Australian Open after having his visa canceled and being deported from the country due to his vaccination status.
His first ATP tournament of 2022, would not come until February 2022 in Dubai where he lost to Jiri Vesely in the quarterfinals.
Djokovic’s first title of 2022 came at the Rome Open where he beat Stefanos Tsitsipas in the singles final 6-0, 7-6.
Update: As reported by ESPN, Djokovic has pulled out of the Master 1000 tournament in Montreal.
|February 2022||ATP Dubai||Dubai, UAE||Quarterfinals (Jiri Vesely)|
|April 2022||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Round 0f 32 (Alejandro Davidovich Fokina)|
|April 2022||ATP Belgrade||Belgrade, Serbia||Final (Andrey Rublev)|
|May 2022||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Semifinals (Carlos Alcaraz)|
|May 2022||Rome Open||Rome, Italy||Champion|
|May 2022||French Open||Paris, France||Quarterfinals (Rafael Nadal)|
|June 2022||Wimbledon||London, UK||Champion|
|September 2022||Laver Cup||London, UK||Lost to Team World|
|September 2022||Tel Aviv Open||Tel Aviv, Israel||Champion|
|October 2022||Astana Open||Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan||Champion|
|November 2022||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Final|
|November 2022||ATP Tour Finals||Turin, Italy||Champion|
2021 was one of Djokovic’s best seasons to date as he claimed three out of the four grand slam singles titles (Australian Open, French Open, and Wimbledon) as well as singles titles in Paris and Belgrade.
The two major disappointments for his 2021 tennis season came at the Tokyo Olympics where he lost to Alexander Zverev in the semifinals and at the US Open where he had the chance to win the “Calander Grand Slam” by winning all four grand slam titles in the same year.
Djokovic finished 2021 with a 55-7 win-loss record, five singles titles, and $9,069,227 in prize money.
|January 2021||ATP Cup||Melbourne, Australia||Round Robin|
|January 2021||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Champion|
|April 2021||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Round 0f 16 (Dan Evans)|
|April 2021||ATP Belgrade||Belgrade, Serbia||Semifinals (Aslan Karatsev)|
|May 2021||Rome Open||Rome, Italy||Final (Rafael Nadal)|
|May 2021||ATP Belgrade 2||Belgrade, Serbia||Champion|
|May 2021||French Open||Paris, France||Champion|
|July 2021||Wimbledon||London, UK||Champion|
|July 2021||Tokyo Olympics||Tokyo, Japan||Olympic Bronze|
|August 2021||US Open||New York, USA||Final (Daniil Medvedev)|
|November 2021||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Champion|
|November 2021||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Semifinals (Alexander Zverev)|
|November 2021||Davis Cup Finals||Madrid, Spain||Semifinals (Croatia)|
However, as restrictions were put in place due to the global pandemic, Djokovic would not play in another ATP tournament until the Cincinnati Masters in August.
At the 2020 US Open, he would end up exiting early at the round of 16 stage after hitting a line umpire with a ball in his fourth-round match against Pablo Carreno Busta.
At the rearranged French Open in September 2020, Novak would make it to the final where he lost to his great rival Rafael Nadal in straight sets (6-0, 6-2, 7-5).
Djokovic ended 2020 with a 41-5 win-loss record, four titles, and $6,435,158 in prize money.
|January 2020||ATP Cup||Brisbane/Perth/Sydney, Australia||Serbia|
|January 2020||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Champion|
|February 2020||ATP Dubai||Dubai, UAE||Champion|
|August 2020||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Champion|
|August 2020||US Open||New York, USA||Round of 16 (Pablo Carreno Busta)|
|September 2020||Rome Open||Rome, Italy||Champion|
|September 2020||French Open||Paris, France||Final (Rafael Nadal)|
|October 2020||ATP Vienna||Vienna, Austria||Quarterfinals (Lorenzo Sonego)|
|November 2020||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Semifinals (Dominic Thiem)|
|November 2020||Davis Cup Finals||Madrid, Spain||Quarterfinals (Russia)|
2019 was another good year for Djokovic as he won two grand slam titles at the Australian Open and Wimbledon as well as the Masters 1000 tournaments in Madrid and Paris.
In total for 2019, he won five singles titles, had a 57-11 win-loss record, and won $11,517,228 in prize money.
|January 2019||ATP Doha||Doha, Qatar||Semifinals (Roberto Bautista Agut)|
|January 2019||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Champion|
|March 2019||Indian Wells||California, USA||Round of 32 (Philip Kohlschreiber)|
|March 2019||Miami Masters||Florida, USA||Round of 16 (Roberto Bautista Agut)|
|April 2019||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Quarterfinals (Daniil Medvedev)|
|May 2019||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Champion|
|May 2019||Rome Open||Rome, Italy||Final (Rafael Nadal)|
|May 2019||French Open||Paris, France||Semifinals (Dominic Thiem)|
|July 2019||Wimbledon||London, UK||Champion|
|August 2019||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Semifinals (Daniil Medvedev)|
|August 2019||US Open||New York, USA||Round of 16 (Stan Wawrinka)|
|September 2019||ATP Tokyo||Tokyo, Japan||Champion|
|October 2019||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Quarterfinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)|
|October 2019||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Champion|
|November 2019||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Semifinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)|
|November 2019||Davis Cup Finals||Madrid, Spain||Quarterfinals (Russia)|
The first half of 2018 saw Djokovic struggle to regain his form following his return from injury as he did not make it past the quarterfinals stage of a tournament until the Rome Open in May.
The big turning point to his year came at Wimbledon where he beat Kevin Anderson in the men’s singles final to claim his first title in over 12 months.
Djokovic would go on to finish the year strongly, claiming two Masters 1000 titles (Cincinnati and Shanghai) and claiming his second grand slam title of the year at the US Open.
Djokovic would finish 2018 with a 53-13 win-loss record, four titles, and $12,609,673 in prize money.
|January 2018||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Round of 16 (Hyeon Chung)|
|March 2018||Indian Wells||California, USA||Round of 64 (Taro Daniel)|
|March 2018||Miami Masters||Florida, USA||Round of 64 (Benoit Paire)|
|April 2018||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Round of 16 (Dominic Thiem)|
|April 2018||ATP Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||Round of 32 (Martin Kilzan)|
|May 2018||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Round of 32 (Kyle Edmund)|
|May 2018||Rome Open||Rome, Italy||Semifinals (Rafael Nadal)|
|May 2018||French Open||Paris, France||Quarterfinals (Marco Cecchinato)|
|June 2018||Queen’s Club||London, England||Final (Marin Cilic)|
|July 2018||Wimbledon||London, UK||Champion|
|August 2018||Canada Masters||Toronto, Canada||Round of 16 (Stefanos Tsitsipas)|
|August 2018||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Champion|
|August 2018||US Open||New York, USA||Champion|
|September 2018||Laver Cup||Chicago, USA||Europe|
|October 2018||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Champion|
|October 2018||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Final (Karen Khachanov)|
|November 2018||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Final (Alexander Zverev)|
The 2017 tennis season would be one of Djokovic’s worst seasons to date as he did not get past the quarterfinal stage at any of the grand slam tournaments.
The 2017 Wimbledon Championships would be his last tournament of 2017 as he missed the rest of the 2017 tennis season in order to recover from a right elbow injury.
|January 2017||ATP Doha||Doha, Qatar||Champion|
|January 2017||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Round of 64 (Denis Istomin)|
|January 2017||Davis Cup (Serbia vs Russia)||Nis, Serbia||Serbia|
|February 2017||ATP Acapulco||Acapulco, Mexico||Quarterfinals (Nick Kryrgios)|
|March 2017||Indian Wells||California, USA||Round of 16 (Nick Kryrgios)|
|April 2017||Davis Cup (Serbia vs Spain)||Belgrade, Serbia||Spain|
|April 2017||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Quarterfinals (David Goffin)|
|May 2017||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Semifinals (Rafael Nadal)|
|May 2017||Rome Open||Rome, Italy||Final (Alexander Zverev)|
|May 2017||French Open||Paris, France||Quarterfinals (Dominic Thiem)|
|June 2017||Eastbourne||Eastbourne, Great Britain||Champion|
|July 2017||Wimbledon||London, UK||Quarterfinals (Tomas Berdych)|
Djokovic’s 2016 tennis season saw him complete his career grand slam by winning the 2016 French Open.
After his victory at the French Open, he only won one more title (Canadian Masters) in 2016.
In total, Djokovic won a total of seven titles in 2016 and finished the year with a 65-9 win-loss record.
|January 2016||ATP Doha||Doha, Qatar||Champion|
|January 2016||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Champion|
|February 2016||ATP Dubai||Dubai, UAE||Quarterfinals (Feliciano Lopez)|
|February 2015||Davis Cup (Serbia vs Kazakhstan)||Belgrade, Serbia||Serbia|
|March 2016||Indian Wells||California, USA||Champion|
|March 2016||Miami Open||Florida, USA||Champion|
|April 2016||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Round of 32 (Jiri Vesely)|
|May 2016||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Champion|
|May 2016||Rome Open||Rome, Italy||Final (Andy Murray)|
|May 2016||French Open||Paris, France||Champion|
|June 2016||Wimbledon||London, UK||Round of 32 (Sam Querrey)|
|July 2016||Canada Masters||Toronto, Canada||Champion|
|August 2016||Rio Olympics||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Round of 64|
|August 2016||US Open||New York, USA||Final (Stan Wawrinka)|
|October 2016||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Semifinals (Roberto Bautista Agut)|
|October 2016||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Quarterfinals (Marin Cilic)|
|November 2016||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Final (Andy Murray)|
2015 was a great year for Djokovic as he won three out of the four grand slam tournaments (Australian Open, Wimbledon, and US Open) and reached the final of the French Open.
He also won his fifth ATP Finals beating Roger Federer 6-3, 6-4 in the final in London.
His win-loss record for 2015 was 82-6 and he won a total of 11 titles and claimed a total of $18,267,125 in prize money.
|January 2015||ATP Doha||Doha, Qatar||Quarterfinals (Ivo Karlovic)|
|January 2015||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Champion|
|February 2015||ATP Dubai||Dubai, UAE||Final (Roger Federer)|
|February 2015||Davis Cup (Serbia vs Croatia)||Kraljevo, Serbia||Serbia|
|March 2015||Indian Wells||California, USA||Champion|
|March 2015||Miami Open||Florida, USA||Champion|
|April 2015||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Champion|
|May 2015||Rome Open||Rome, Italy||Champion|
|May 2015||French Open||Paris, France||Final (Stan Wawrinka)|
|June 2015||Wimbledon||London, UK||Champion|
|August 2015||Canada Masters||Montreal, Canada||Final (Andy Murray)|
|August 2015||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Final (Roger Federer)|
|August 2015||US Open||New York, USA||Champion|
|September 2015||ATP Beijing||Beijing, China||Champion|
|October 2015||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Champion|
|November 2015||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Champion|
|November 2015||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Champion|
The main highlight of Djokovic’s 2014 tennis season was his victory over Roger Federer in the Wimbledon men’s singles final in five sets (6–7, 6–4, 7–6, 5–7, 6–4) – see extended match highlights below.
In total Djokovic won a total of seven titles in 2014 and ended the year with a 61-8 win-loss record and a total of $11,600,528 in prize money.
|January 2014||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Quarterfinals (Stan Wawrinka)|
|February 2014||ATP Dubai||Dubai, UAE||Semifinals (Roger Federer)|
|March 2014||Indian Wells||California, USA||Champion|
|March 2014||Miami Masters||Florida, USA||Champion|
|April 2014||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Semifinals (Roger Federer)|
|May 2014||Rome Open||Rome, Italy||Champion|
|May 2014||French Open||Paris, France||Final (Rafael Nadal)|
|June 2014||Wimbledon||London, UK||Champion|
|August 2014||Canada Masters||Toronto, Canada||Round of 16 (Jo Wilfried Tsonga)|
|August 2014||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Round of 16 (Tommy Robredo)|
|August 2014||US Open||New York, USA||Semifinals (Kei Nishikori)|
|September 2014||Beijing||Beijing, China||Final (Tomas Berdych)|
|October 2014||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Semifinals (Roger Federer)|
|October 2014||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Champion|
|November 2014||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Champion|
In 2013, Djokovic won a total of seven titles including the Australian Open and the ATP World Tour Finals.
He finished the year with a 74-9 win-loss record and won a total of $11,186,137 in prize money.
|January 2013||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Champion|
|January 2013||Davis Cup (Serbia vs Belgium)||Charleroi, Belgium||Serbia|
|February 2013||ATP Dubai||Dubai, UAE||Champion|
|March 2013||Indian Wells||California, USA||Semifinals (Juan Martin Del Potro)|
|March 2013||Miami Open||Florida, USA||Round of 16 (Tommy Haas)|
|April 2013||Davis Cup (Serbia vs USA)||Boise, USA||Serbia|
|April 2013||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte-Carlo, Monaco||Champion|
|May 2013||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Round of 32 (Grigor Dimitrov)|
|May 2013||Rome Open||Rome, Italy||Quarterfinals (Tomas Berdych)|
|May 2013||French Open||Paris, France||Final (Rafael Nadal)|
|June 2013||Wimbledon||London, UK||Final (Andy Murray)|
|August 2013||Canada Masters||Montreal, Canada||Semifinals (Rafael Nadal)|
|August 2013||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Quarterfinals (John Isner)|
|August 2013||US Open||New York, USA||Final (Rafael Nadal)|
|September 2013||Davis Cup (Serbia vs Canada)||Belgrade, Serbia||Serbia|
|September 2013||ATP Beijing||Beijing, China||Champion|
|October 2013||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Champion|
|October 2013||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Champion|
|November 2013||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Champion|
|November 2013||Davis Cup (Serbia vs Czech Republic)||Belgrade, Serbia||Czech Republic|