This article will look at the tournament schedule for Rafael Nadal from 2013 to 2024 so you can find out where Nadal has played over the years and where he is likely to play his next tournament in 2024.
Rafael Nadal Schedule 2024
Rafael’s Nadal next tournament and match will likely be at the 2024 Australian Open, where he will be looking to win his 23rd grand slam singles title.
As is always the case with Rafael Nadal, it can be hard to predict what his exact schedule will be for the rest of the 2024 tennis season as he is prone to long breaks from the game due to various injuries he has picked up over the years.
So please understand that the below predicted 2024 tournament schedule for Rafael Nadal is quite likely to change depending on what happens to Rafa during the year in terms of injuries.
|January 2024||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia|
|March 2024||Indian Wells||Indian Wells, USA|
|March 2024||Miami||Miami, USA|
|April/May 2024||Madrid||Madrid, Spain|
|May 2024||Rome||Rome, Italy|
|May/June 2024||French Open||Paris, France|
|July 2024||Wimbledon||London, UK|
|July/August 2024||Paris Olympics||Paris, France|
|August 2024||Canada Masters||Toronto, Canada|
|August 2024||Cincinnati||Cincinnati, USA|
|August/September 2024||US Open||New York, USA|
|October 2024||Shanghai||Shanghai, China|
|October/November 2024||Paris Masters||Paris, France|
2023 Tournament Schedule
Following Rafa’s announcement that he will not be playing at Roland Garros in 2023 and that he will be away from the tour for a few months, his next tournament and match will not be until the end of the year at the earliest, as he may play in an exhibition event in December in his preparations for the 2024 Australian Open.
Rafael Nadal's next appearance could be in Melbourne according to his uncle Toni 👀 pic.twitter.com/fKivR8ghO1— Eurosport (@eurosport) September 11, 2023
Rafa’s announcement also means that he will not be able to play at the 2023 Laver Cup in Vancouver, Canada.
|January 2023||United Cup||Australia||Group Stage|
|January 2023||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||2nd Round|
2022 Tournament Schedule
Rafa played in thirteen tournaments in 2022, reaching five finals and winning four singles titles (Melbourne, Australian Open, Acapulco, and Roland Garros).
At the Laver Cup in September, Nadal partnered with Roger Federer in the doubles on day one of the event, losing to Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe in a third-set tiebreak.
Rafa’s last tournament in 2022 was the ATP Finals which were played in Turin, Italy from the 13th to the 20th of November 2022.
|January 2022||Melbourne Summer Set||Melbourne, Australia||Champion|
|January 2022||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Champion|
|February 2022||ATP Acapulco||Acapulco, Mexico||Champion|
|March 2022||Indian Wells||Indian Wells, USA||Final|
|May 2022||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Quarterfinals|
|May 2022||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Round of 16|
|May 2022||French Open||Paris, France||Champion|
|June/July 2022||Wimbledon||London, UK||Semifinals|
|August 2022||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Round of 32|
|August 2022||US Open||New York, USA||Round of 16|
|September 2022||Laver Cup||London, UK||N/A|
|October/November 2022||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Round of 32|
|November 2022||ATP Finals||Turin, Italy||Group Stage|
2021 Tournament Schedule
Rafael Nadal was again hampered by injury in 2021 and was only able to play one tournament after his semifinal loss to Novak Djokovic at the French Open.
|February 2021||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Quarterfinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)|
|April 2021||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Quarterfinals (Andrey Rublev)|
|April 2021||ATP Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||Champion|
|May 2021||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Quarterfinals (Alexander Zverev)|
|May 2021||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Champion|
|May 2021||French Open||Paris, France||Semifinals (Novak Djokovic)|
|August 2021||ATP Washington||Washington, USA||Round of 16 (Lloyd Harris)|
2020 Tournament Schedule
Nadal played in seven tournaments in 2020, reaching three finals and winning two singles titles (Acapulco and French Open).
Due to injuries and the cancellation of many tournaments in 2020, Rafael Nadal only played 7 tournaments in 2020 with his biggest achievement coming at the rescheduled 2020 French Open where he claimed his 20th grand slam title overall.
|January 2020||ATP Cup||Melbourne, Australia||Final (Serbia)|
|January 2020||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Quarterfinals (Dominic Thiem)|
|February 2020||ATP Acapulco||Acapulco, Mexico||Champion|
|September 2020||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Quarterfinals (Diego Schwartzman)|
|September 2020||French Open||Paris, France||Champion|
|November 2020||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Semifinals (Alexander Zverev)|
|November 2020||ATP Finals||London, UK||Semifinals (Daniil Medvedev)|
2019 Tournament Schedule
Nadal played in fourteen tournaments in 2019, reaching six finals and winning five singles titles (Rome, French Open, Montreal, and the US Open).
For the fifth time in his career, Nadal won two out of the four grand slam tournaments in 2019 (French Open and US Open).
He also helped Spain win the 2019 Davis Cup Finals.
|January 2019||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|February 2019||ATP Acapulco||Acapulco, Mexico||Round of 16 (Nick Kyrgios)|
|March 2019||Indian Wells||California, USA||Semifinals (Roger Federer)|
|April 2019||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Semifinals (Fabio Fognini)|
|April 2019||Barcelona Open||Barcelona, Spain||Semifinals (Dominic Thiem)|
|May 2019||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Semifinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)|
|May 2019||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Champion|
|May 2019||French Open||Paris, France||Champion|
|July 2019||Wimbledon||London, UK||Semifinals (Roger Federer)|
|August 2019||Canada Masters||Montreal, Canada||Champion|
|August 2019||US Open||New York, USA||Champion|
|October 2019||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Semifinals (Denis Shapovalov)|
|November 2019||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||RR (Alexander Zverev)|
|November 2019||Davis Cup||Madrid, Spain||Spain|
2018 Tournament Schedule
Nadal played in ten tournaments in 2018, reaching five finals and winning five singles titles (Monte-Carlo, Barcelona, Rome, French Open, and Toronto).
Rafael Nadal only managed to play 10 tournaments in 2018 but he had a great hit rate as he won 5 of the 10 tournaments he played including yet another French Open title.
|January 2018||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Quarterfinals (Marin Cilic)|
|April 2018||Davis Cup||Valencia, Spain||Spain|
|April 2018||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Champion|
|April 2018||ATP Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||Champion|
|May 2018||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Quarterfinals (Dominic Thiem)|
|May 2018||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Champion|
|May 2018||French Open||Paris, France||Champion|
|July 2018||Wimbledon||London, UK||Semifinals (Rafael Nadal)|
|August 2018||Canada Masters||Toronto, Canada||Champion|
|August 2018||US Open||New York, USA||Semifinals (Juan Martin Del Potro)|
2017 Tournament Schedule
Nadal played in eighteen tournaments in 2020, reaching ten finals and winning six singles titles (Monte-Carlo, Barcelona, Madrid, French Open, US Open, and Beijing).
2017 saw a return to grand slam glory for Rafael Nadal as he claimed the 2017 French Open and US Open titles.
Nadal also made it to the 2017 Australian Open final where he lost to his great rival Roger Federer in one of the best tennis matches of all time.
|January 2017||Brisbane International||Brisbane, Australia||Quarterfinals (Milos Raonic)|
|January 2017||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Final (Roger Federer)|
|February 2017||ATP Acapulco||Acapulco, Mexico||Final (Sam Querrey)|
|March 2017||Indian Wells||California, USA||Round of 16 (Roger Federer)|
|March 2017||Miami Masters||Florida, USA||Final (Roger Federer)|
|April 2017||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Champion|
|April 2017||ATP Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||Champion|
|May 2017||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Champion|
|May 2017||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Quarterfinals (Dominic Thiem)|
|May 2017||French Open||Paris, France||Champion|
|July 2017||Wimbledon||London, UK||Round of 16 (Gilles Muller)|
|August 2017||Canada Masters||Montreal, Canada||Round of 16 (Denis Shapovalov)|
|August 2017||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Quarterfinals (Nick Kyrgios)|
|August 2017||US Open||New York, USA||Champion|
|October 2017||ATP Beijing||Beijing, China||Champion|
|October 2017||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||FInal (Roger Federer)|
|October 2017||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Quarterfinals (Filip Krajinovic)|
|November 2017||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||RR (David Goffin)|
2016 Tournament Schedule
Nadal played in sixteen tournaments in 2016, reaching three finals and winning two singles titles (Barcelona and Monte-Carlo).
2016 was another injury-hit season for Nadal as he was forced to pull out of the French Open and he was unable to play at Wimbledon or the ATP finals.
|January 2016||Doha||Doha, UAE||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|January 2016||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Round of 128 (Fernando Verdasco)|
|February 2016||ATP Buenos Aires||Buenos Aires, Argentina||Semifinals (Dominic Thiem)|
|February 2016||ATP Rio||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Semifinals (Pablo Cuevas)|
|March 2016||Indian Wells||Indian Wells, USA||Semifinals (Novak Djokovic)|
|March 2016||Miami Masters||Miami, USA||Round of 64 (Damir Dzumhur)|
|April 2016||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Champion|
|April 2016||ATP Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||Champion|
|May 2016||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Semifinals (Andy Murray)|
|May 2016||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Quarterfinals (Novak Djokovic)|
|May 2016||French Open||Paris, France||Round of 32 (Marcel Granollers)|
|August 2016||Rio Olympics||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Bronze Medal Match (Kei Nishikori)|
|August 2016||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Round of 16 (Borna Coric)|
|August 2016||US Open||New York, USA||Round of 16 (Lucas Pouille)|
|October 2016||ATP Beijing||Beijing, China||Quarterfinals (Grigor Dimitrov)|
|October 2016||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Round of 32 (Viktor Troicki)|
2015 Tournament Schedule
Nadal played in twenty-four tennis tournaments in 2015, reaching six finals and winning three singles titles in Buenos Aires, Stuttgart, and Hamburg.
2015 was the first year since 2004, that Rafael Nadal did not win at least one grand slam tournament with his best performances coming at the Australian Open and French Open where he made the quarterfinals.
|January 2015||Doha||Doha, Qatar||Round of 32 (Michael Berrer)|
|January 2015||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Quarterfinals (Tomas Berdych)|
|February 2015||ATP Rio||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Semifinals (Fabio Fognini)|
|February 2015||ATP Buenos Aires||Buenos Aires, Argentina||Champion|
|March 2015||Indian Wells||California, USA||Quarterfinals (Milos Raonic)|
|March 2015||Miami Masters||Miami, USA||Round of 32 (Fernando Verdasco)|
|April 2015||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Semifinals (Novak Djokovic)|
|April 2015||ATP Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||Round of 16 (Fabio Fognini)|
|May 2015||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Final (Andy Murray)|
|May 2015||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Quarterfinals (Stan Wawrinka)|
|May 2015||French Open||Paris, France||Quarterfinals (Novak Djokovic)|
|June 2015||ATP Stuttgart||Stuttgart, Germany||Champion|
|June 2015||Queen’s Club||London, UK||Round of 32 (Alexandr Dolgopolov)|
|June 2015||Wimbledon||London, UK||Round of 64 (Dustin Brown)|
|July 2015||ATP Hamburg||Hamburg, Germany||Champion|
|August 2015||Canada Masters||Montreal, Canada||Quarterfinals (Kei Nishikori)|
|August 2015||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Round of 16 (Feliciano Lopez)|
|August 2015||US Open||New York, USA||Round of 32 (Fabio Fognini)|
|September 2015||Davis Cup||Odense, Denmark||Spain|
|October 2015||ATP Beijing||Beijing, China||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|October 2015||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Semifinals (Jo Wilfried Tsonga)|
|October 2015||Basel Indoors||Basel, Switzerland||Final (Roger Federer)|
|November 2015||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Quarterfinals (Stan Wawrinka)|
|November 2015||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Semifinals (Novak Djokovic)|
2014 Tournament Schedule
Nadal played in sixteen tournaments in 2014, reaching seven finals and winning four singles titles (Doha, Rio, Madrid, and the French Open).
2014 was a season of injury issues for Rafael Nadal as he wasn’t able to play at the US Open or the ATP finals but he still claimed four titles in 2014 including another French Open title.
|January 2014||ATP Doha||Doha, Qatar||Champion|
|January 2014||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Final (Stan Wawrinka)|
|February 2014||ATP Rio||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||Champion|
|March 2014||Indian Wells||California, USA||Roound of 32 (Alexandr Dolgopolov)|
|March 2014||Miami Masters||Florida, USA||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|April 2014||Davis Cup||Geneva, Switzerland||Switzerland|
|April 2014||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Quarterfinals (David Ferrer)|
|April 2014||ATP Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||Quarterfinals (Nicolas Almagro)|
|May 2014||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Champion|
|May 2014||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|May 2014||French Open||Paris, France||Champion|
|June 2014||Halle Open||Halle, Germany||Round of 16 (Dustin Brown)|
|June 2014||Wimbledon||London, UK||Round of 16 (Nick Kyrgios)|
|September 2014||Beijing||Bejing, China||Quarterfinals (Martin Klizan)|
|October 2014||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Round of 32 (Feliciano Lopez)|
|October 2014||Basel Indoors||Basel, Switzerland||Quarterfinals (Borna Coric)|
2013 Tournament Schedule
Nadal played in eighteen tournaments in 2013, reaching fourteen finals and winning ten singles titles (Sao Paulo, Acapulco, Indian Wells, Barcelona, Madrid, Rome, French Open, Montreal, Cincinnati, and the US Open).
Although Rafael Nadal missed the 2013 Australian Open and was knocked out early at Wimbledon, 2013 was still a great year for Nadal as he made it to 14 finals, and won a total of 10 titles including Roland Garros and the US Open.
|February 2013||ATP Vina Del Mar||Vina Del Mar, Chile||Final (Horacio Zeballos)|
|February 2013||ATP Sao Paulo||Sao Paulo, Brazil||Champion|
|February 2013||ATP Acapulco||Acapulco, Mexico||Champion|
|March 2013||Indian Wells||California, USA||Champion|
|April 2013||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Final (Djokovic)|
|April 2013||ATP Barcelona||Barcelona, Spain||Champion|
|May 2013||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Champion|
|May 2013||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Champion|
|May 2013||French Open||Paris, France||Champion|
|June 2013||Wimbledon||London, UK||Round of 128 (Steve Darcis)|
|August 2013||Canada Masters||Montreal, Canada||Champion|
|August 2013||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Champion|
|August 2013||US Open||New York, USA||Champion|
|September 2013||Davis Cup||Vancouver, Canada||Canada|
|September 2013||ATP Beijing||Beijing, China||Final (Djokovic)|
|October 2013||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Semifinals (Juan Martin Del Potro)|
|October 2013||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Semifinals (David Ferrer)|
|November 2013||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Final (Novak Djokovic)|