This article will look at the tournament schedule for Roger Federer from 2013 to 2022 so you can find out where he has played over the years and what tournaments he won over this period.
2022 Roger Federer Tournament Schedule
Roger Federer announced on social media that the Laver Cup in London would be his final ATP event (see below).
September 15, 2022
The Laver Cup tournament organizers had previously tweeted that Federer and Nadal would both play for Team Europe in September 2022.
A Fedal Comeback.— Laver Cup (@LaverCup) February 3, 2022
Tennis superstars @rogerfederer and @RafaelNadal will represent Team Europe this September at #LaverCup London 2022. Premium hospitality packages available starting February 7. Multi-session tickets go on sale in early March. https://t.co/APOt1nJCb1 pic.twitter.com/4ufboTFDp6
Federer’s final match was on day 1 of the Laver Cup, where he and Rafael Nadal took on Jack Sock and Frances Tiafoe in doubles, with the American duo winning the match 4-6, 7-6, 11-9 (see match highlights below).
2021 Tournament Schedule
Federer had mixed results following his return from injury in 2021 with his best performances coming in Doha and Wimbledon, where he reached the quarterfinals.
|March 2021||Qatar Open||Doha, Qatar||Quarterfinals (Nikoloz Basilashvili)|
|May 2021||ATP Geneva||Geneva, Switzerland||Round of 16 (Pablo Andujar)|
|May 2021||French Open||Paris, France||Round of 16 (Matteo Berrettini)|
|June 2021||Halle Open||Halle, Germany||Round of 16 (Felix Auger Aliassime)|
|July 2021||Wimbledon||London, UK||Quaterfinals (Hubert Hurkacz)|
2020 Tournament Schedule
Due to injuries and the cancellation of many tournaments in 2020, Federer only ended up playing in the Australian Open in 2020, where he lost to Novak Djokovic in the semifinals.
|January 2020||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Semifinals (Novak Djokovic)|
2019 Tournament Schedule
Roger Federer didn’t win any grand slam titles in 2019 but he did win four singles titles in Dubai, Miami, Halle, and Basel.
His title in Basel turned out to be the last ATP title he would win in his career.
|January 2019||Hopman Cup||Perth, Australia||Champion|
|January 2019||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Round of 16 (Stefanos Tsitsipas)|
|February 2019||ATP Dubai||Dubai, UAE||Champion|
|March 2019||Indian Wells||California, USA||Final (Dominic Thiem)|
|March 2019||Miami Masters||Florida, USA||Champion|
|May 2019||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Quarterfinals (Dominic Thiem)|
|May 2019||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Quarterfinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)|
|May 2019||French Open||Paris, France||Semifinals (Rafael Nadal)|
|June 2019||Halle Open||Halle, Germany||Champion|
|July 2019||Wimbledon||London, UK||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|August 2019||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Round of 16 (Andrey Rublev)|
|August 2019||US Open||New York, USA||Quarterfinals (Grigor Dimitrov)|
|October 2019||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Quarterfinals (Alexander Zverev)|
|October 2019||Basel Indoors||Basel, Switzerland||Champion|
|November 2019||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Semifinals (Stefanos Tsitsipas)|
2018 Tournament Schedule
Federer started off 2018 in great form winning his first three tournaments (Hopman Cup, Australian Open, and Rotterdam Open).
He would also claim titles at Stuttgart and Basel later on in the year but he didn’t get past the quarterfinals at Wimbledon or the US Open.
|January 2018||Hopman Cup||Perth, Australia||Champion|
|January 2018||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Champion|
|February 2018||Rotterdam Open||Rotterdam, Netherlands||Champion|
|March 2018||Indian Wells||California, USA||Final (Juan Martin Del Potro)|
|March 2018||Miami Masters||Florida, USA||Round of 64 (Thanasi Kokkinakis)|
|June 2018||ATP Stuttgart||Stuttgart, Germany||Champion|
|June 2018||Halle Open||Halle, Germany||Final (Borna Coric)|
|July 2018||Wimbledon||London, UK||Quarterfinals (Kevin Anderson)|
|August 2018||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|August 2018||US Open||New York, USA||Round of 16 (John Millman)|
|October 2018||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Semifinals (Borna Coric)|
|October 2018||Basel Indoors||Basel, Switzerland||Champion|
|October 2018||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Semifinals (Novak Djokovic)|
|November 2018||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Semifinals (Alexander Zverev)|
2017 Tournament Schedule
2017 saw a return to grand slam glory for Roger Federer as he claimed the 2017 Australian Open and Wimbledon titles.
He also achieved the sunshine double by claiming the Indian Wells and Miami Masters titles back to back.
|January 2017||Hopman Cup||Perth, Australia||Semifinals (France)|
|January 2017||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Champion|
|February 2017||ATP Dubai||Dubai, UAE||Round of 16 (Evgeny Donskoy)|
|March 2017||Indian Wells||California, USA||Champion|
|March 2017||Miami Masters||Florida, USA||Champion|
|June 2017||ATP Stuttgart||Stuttgart, Germany||Round of 16 (Tommy Haas)|
|June 2017||Halle Open||Halle, Germany||Champion|
|July 2017||Wimbledon||London, UK||Champion|
|August 2017||Canada Masters||Montreal, Canada||Final (Alexander Zverev)|
|August 2017||US Open||New York, USA||Quarterfinals (Juan Martin Del Potro)|
|October 2017||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Champion|
|October 2017||Basel Indoors||Basel, Switzerland||Champion|
|November 2017||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Semifinals (David Goffin)|
2016 Tournament Schedule
Due to injuries, Federer only ended up playing 7 tournaments in 2016 and after his Wimbledon semifinal loss to Milos Raonic in June 2016, he did not play again until January 2017.
|January 2016||Brisbane International||Brisbane, Australia||Final (Milos Raonic)|
|January 2016||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Semifinals (Novak Djokovic)|
|April 2016||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Quarterfinals (Jo Wilfried Tsonga)|
|May 2016||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Round of 16 (Dominic Thiem)|
|June 2016||ATP Stuttgart||Stuttgart, Germany||Semifinals (Dominic Thiem)|
|June 2016||Halle Open||Halle, Germany||Semifinals (Alexander Zverev)|
|June 2016||Wimbledon||London, UK||Semifinals (Milos Raonic)|
2015 Roger Federer Tournament Schedule
Roger Federer won a total of 6 singles titles in 2015 (Brisbane, Dubai, Istanbul, Halle, Cincinnati, and Basel) but just fell short at the grand slam events losing in the final of Wimbledon and the US Open to Novak Djokovic.
|January 2015||Brisbane International||Brisbane, Australia||Champion|
|January 2015||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Round of 32 (Andreas Seppi)|
|February 2015||ATP Dubai||Dubai, UAE||Champion|
|March 2015||Indian Wells||California, USA||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|April 2015||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Round of 16 (Gael Monfils)|
|April 2015||ATP Istanbul||Istanbul, Turkey||Champion|
|May 2015||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Round of 32 (Nick Kyrgios)|
|May 2015||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|May 2015||French Open||Paris, France||Quarterfinals (Stan Wawrinka)|
|June 2015||Halle Open||Halle, Germany||Champion|
|June 2015||Wimbledon||London, UK||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|August 2015||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Champion|
|August 2015||US Open||New York, USA||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|September 2015||Davis Cup||Geneva, Switzerland||Switzerland|
|October 2015||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Round of 32 (Albert Ramos)|
|October 2015||Basel Indoors||Basel, Switzerland||Champion|
|November 2015||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Round of 32 (John Isner)|
|November 2015||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
2014 Tournament Schedule
2014 was a much better year for Federer as he won 5 tournaments including Dubai, Halle, Cincinnati, Shanghai, and Basel.
Federer also helped Switzerland win the 2014 Davis Cup beating France 3-1 in the final in Lille, France.
|January 2014||Brisbane International||Brisbane, Australia||Final (Lleyton Hewitt)|
|January 2014||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Semifinals (Rafael Nadal)|
|January 2014||Davis Cup||Novi Sad, Serbia||Switzerland|
|February 2014||ATP Dubai||Dubai, UAE||Champion|
|March 2014||Indian Wells||California, USA||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|March 2014||Miami Masters||Florida, USA||Quarterfinals (Kei Nishikori)|
|April 2014||Davis Cup||Geneva, Switzerland||Switzerland|
|April 2014||Monte Carlo Masters||Monte Carlo, Monaco||Final (Stan Wawrinka)|
|May 2014||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Round of 32 (Jeremy Chardy)|
|May 2014||French Open||Paris, France||Round of 16 (Ernests Gulbis)|
|June 2014||Halle Open||Halle, Germany||Champion|
|June 2014||Wimbledon||London, UK||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|August 2014||Canada Masters||Toronto, Canada||Final (Jo Wilfried Tsonga)|
|August 2014||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Champion|
|August 2014||US Open||New York, USA||Semifinals (Marin Cilic)|
|September 2014||Davis Cup||Geneva, Switzerland||Switzerland|
|October 2014||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Champion|
|October 2014||Basel Indoors||Basel, Switzerland||Champion|
|October 2014||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Quarterfinals (Milos Raonic)|
|November 2014||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Final (Novak Djokovic)|
|November 2014||Davis Cup Final||Lille, France||Switzerland|
2013 Tournament Schedule
2013 wasn’t the best year performance-wise for Roger Federer but he still was able to claim the Halle Open title in Germany and make it to the finals of the Rome Masters and the Basel Indoors tournament.
His biggest obstacle to success in 2013 was Rafael Nadal who beat him in four different tournaments.
|January 2013||Australian Open||Melbourne, Australia||Semifinals (Andy Murray)|
|February 2013||Rotterdam Open||Rotterdam, Netherlands||Quarterfinals (Julien Benneteau)|
|February 2013||ATP Dubai||Dubai, UAE||Semifinals (Tomas Berdych)|
|March 2013||Indian Wells||California, USA||Quarterfinals (Rafael Nadal)|
|May 2013||Madrid Masters||Madrid, Spain||Round of 16 (Kei Nishikori)|
|May 2013||Rome Masters||Rome, Italy||Final (Rafael Nadal)|
|May 2013||French Open||Paris, France||Quarterfinals (Jo Wilfried Tsonga)|
|June 2013||Halle Open||Halle, Germany||Champion|
|June 2013||Wimbledon||London, UK||Round of 64 (Sergiy Stakhovsky)|
|July 2013||Hamburg Open||Hamburg, Germany||Semifinals (Federico Delbonis)|
|July 2013||Gstaad Open||Gstaad, Switzerland||Round of 16 (Daniel Brands)|
|August 2013||Cincinnati Masters||Cincinnati, USA||Quarterfinals (Rafael Nadal)|
|August 2013||US Open||New York, USA||Round of 16 (Tommy Robredo)|
|October 2013||Shanghai Masters||Shanghai, China||Round of 16 (Gael Monfils)|
|October 2013||Basel Indoors||Basel, Switzerland||Final (Juan Martin Del Potro)|
|October 2013||Paris Masters||Paris, France||Semifinals (Novak Djokovic)|
|November 2013||ATP Tour Finals||London, UK||Semifinals (Rafael Nadal)|