Where does Rafael Nadal play next? Rafa’s 2014 summer schedule!

Our champion has played thirteen tournaments in 2014. He made the finals of 7 tournaments, winning 4 titles, including the Qatar ExxonMobil Open (d. Gael Monfils) in January; the Rio Open presented by Claro hdtv (d. Alexandr Dolgopolov) in February; an all-time record 27th ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title at the Mutua Madrid Open (d. Kei Nishikori) in May and his ninth Roland Garros (d.  Novak Djokovic).

UPDATED: Rafael Nadal out of Toronto and Cincinnati due to wrist injury (July 30, 2014)

We hope that his summer in North America will be very successful!

Here is Rafael Nadal’s summer schedule:

1. Rogers Cup, Toronto: August 2-10

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2. Western & Southern Open, Cincinnati: August 10-17

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3. US Open, New York: August 25 – September 8

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Good luck Rafa!

Note that the schedule depends on Rafa’s health and availability, and can change anytime. Stay tuned for more updates in case of schedule changes.

17 comments

  1. I’m so excited to see Rafa live in Toronto for the first time and it’s the whole tournament I wish he play for the trophy again so i can really enjoy him. I know I’ll lose my voice cheering him on.What a gift my son surprise me with the entire tournament tickets (Gold) To see my other son whom I love so much and never met as I always tell my family, friends and my sons. Stay healthy Rafa see you soon!

  2. All I wish for Rafa is good health so he can bring home trophies this summer!All the best to you Rafa God bless you and Mama Mary too!With our love and prayers from the Philippines!

  3. Rafa, you are a true champion and bring happiness to many of us as we cheer you on. However, if you should retire today there will never be another Rafa. We love you and I pray for your health!

  4. Can’t wait for the Hard Court Season to begin in Toronto and experience Rafa’s presence
    and amazing brand of tennis. So glad Rafa was able to get away from it all and enjoy
    vacation with friends at the beach! Lovely photos!

    I disagree with Tom’s comment above. Rafa had a very good showing at Wimbledon.
    So happy the US Open is sensibly scheduled 2 months after Wimby with two big
    tournaments leading up to it. Also hope Uncle Toni’s back is feeling better. Good health
    and good luck to both of you. Vamos Rafa!!!

  5. Always wish for your good health Rafael! You always give more to all of Us than Us giving You. Godspeed!

  6. A poor Wimbledon tournament for him but Rafa being Rafa will bounce back in emphatic syle, COME ON NADAL

  7. We hope you good luck in this last half of the year…with more focus on Asian tournaments! VAMOS RAFA, yous are really the best

  8. Rafa, we’re looking forward to seeing you play in the new tournament schedule and wish you good health and good luck in all things you may encounter. You’re out NO.1 champion ALWAYS! VAMOS RAFA!!! 🙂

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