2020 ATP schedule will be a rich program, which will involve players, tournament organizers, media, insiders and fans throughout the season. The start date is 2020 January 6th, with the first edition of the ATP Cup. In the first month of the year, there will also be Adelaide International, the Auckland Open and, of course, the Australian Open (from 20 January to 2 February 2020).

February will be a great month and there will be the following tournaments: the Open South of France, the Maharashtra Open, the Córdoba Open, the Rotterdam Open, the New York Open, the Argentina Open, the Rio Open, the Open 13, the Delray Beach Open, the Mexican Open and the Chile Open.

March will start with the Davis Cup Qualifying Round, then continue with the first two ATP Masters 1000 of the season: Indian Wells and in Miami. In April the clay-season will start and there will be seven tournaments: the U.S.

Men’s Clay Court Championships, the Grand Prix Hassan II, the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, the Barcelona Open, the Hungarian Open, the Estoril Open and the Bavarian International Tennis Championships. Between May and June, there will be the appointment with Roland Garros (from 25 May to 7 June).

Before the Parisian Slam, there will be the Mutua Madrid Open, the Italian Open, the Geneva Open and the Lyon Open. On June 8th will start the grass season: Stuttgart Open, Rosmalen Grass Court Championships, Halle Open, Queen’s Club Championships, Eastbourne International, Mallorca Championships and, of course, Wimbledon (from 29 June to 12 July).

The grass-seasn will reconnect with the Hall of Fame Open in Newport. Summer tournaments will start in July: the German Open, the Swedish Open, the Los Cabos Open, the Swiss Open, the Croatia Open, the Atlanta Open and the Austrian Open Kitzbühel.

On July 27th, the XXXII Summer Olympic Games tennis tournament will also begin. In August the Summer will start on the American hard-courts: Washington Open, Rogers Cup, Cincinnati and Winston-Salem Open. These tournaments will be the prelude to the US Open (from August 31 to September 13).

After the New York Slam, in September there will be the Laver Cup. The season will continue with the autumn tournaments: St. Petersburg Open, Moselle Open, Chengdu Open, Zhuhai Championships, Sofia Open. October will be a busy month, full of important tournaments: the China Open, the Japan Open, the Shanghai Rolex Masters, the Kremlin Cup, the Stockholm Open, the European Open, the Vienna Open and the Swiss Indoors.

November will close the next season: Paris Rolex Masters, ATP Next Gen Finals, ATP Finals, and Davis Cup Finals.