2019 Schedule

Where does Rafael Nadal play next?

Check out his 2019 schedule!

Rafael Nadal photo first practice in Brisbane Australia (2)
Albert Perez/Getty Images

Please 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.

Mubadala Tennis, Abu Dhabi (December 26 – 28) – three-day exhibition

JANUARY:

Brisbane Tennis (December 31 – January 5)

January 2, 2019: Rafa has pulled out of the Brisbane International due to a left thigh problem.

Fast4 exhibition, Sydney (January 7)

Australian Open (January 14 – 27)

FEBRUARY:

Acapulco, Mexico (February 25 – March 2)

MARCH:

Indian Wells, USA (March 7 – 17)

Rafael Nadal has been forced to pull out of his Indian Wells Masters semi final against Roger Federer due to a right knee injury suffered in his quarterfinal against Russian Karen Kachanov. Our champ also pulled out of the Masters 1000 event in Miami due to the injury. 

Miami, USA (March 20 – 31)

APRIL:

Monte-Carlo (April 14 – 21)

Barcelona, Spain (April 22 – 28)

MAY & JUNE:

Madrid, Spain (May 5 – 12)

Rome, Italy (May 12 – 19)

Roland Garros (May 26 – June 9)J

Queens, UK (June 17 – 23)

JULY:

Wimbledon (July 1 – 14)

AUGUST & SEPTEMBER:

Montreal, Canada (August 5 – 11)

Cincinnati, USA (August 11 – 18)

US Open (August 26 – September 8)

Laver Cup exhibition in Geneva, Switzerland (September 20 – 22)

Beijing, China (September 30 – October 6)

OCTOBER:

Shanghai, China (October 6 – 13)

Basel, Switzerland (October 21 – 27)

Paris, France (October 28 – November 3)

NOVEMBER:

ATP Tour Finals, London (November 10 – 17)

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172 comments

  1. Hello Rafa
    you are the best, keep up your hard work, your court manners are the best in the world and
    lots of others can take lessons from you well done, you are the best

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  2. Hello Rafa from Egypt 🇪🇬
    You’re the champion and no. 1 forever for all tennis fans all over the world.. It’s just a matter of hard time but you’ll pass it stronger.. Hope you stay healthy and happy 💓
    Waiting for the first title of the season soon and before RG

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  3. Rafa you have a horde of fans rooting for your quick recovery here in Zambia. Tennis is so flat without you! Cant wait for Monte Carlo!!

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  4. Ohhh wow!!! He has quite hectic scheds… I am looking forward to watch all his games specially the grand slams. Hoping & praying that he stays fit & in best of health and of course to win on all the games. Good luck Rafa!!! God Bless!!!

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  5. I’m planning a trip to watch Barcelona Open this April. Anyone has been to the Rafael Nadal Academy ? How can I get there from Barcelona ?

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    • From Palma Mallorca you can get the train to Manacor and then walk to his Academy. Much cheaper than by taxi. It is well worth visiting.

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    • It is in Majorca so you will have to get there first. Then to Manacor and it is just outside the main town centre you can walk from the market.

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      • Im your biggest irish fan and can’t wait for Madrid it’s my favorite city (Real Madrid fan like you) and it starts on my birthday so lets get it going there the return of 3kings Zizou,Rafa n myself so Vamos Rafa n Hala Madrid White Angels!

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    • there are quite a few daily flights from Barcelona to Palma, de Mallorca, with Ibera or Vueling (cheaper) or you can take the ferry to either Palma or Alcudia. I don’t know which is nearer to his academy though

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    • I cannot wait to see Rafael Nadal play again we appreciate you and all your doing for the tennis world you are amazing keep up the good work I will be your fan forever

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  6. Yes, of course, I said to Rafa myself in Spanish when I saw him in his Academy in Manacor on Friday 9th Nov. I am sorry about atp Paris as I live in Paris but I did not go back yet, I would not have missed him. I spent two months in Majorca and as he did not go to another one after US Open and spent more time there we had more chance to see him during six weeks. He was often training in the inside court to prepare for Paris Bercy and we saw him come out, I was lucky to get my book Rafa signed and my first selfie with him, a lovely photo taken by Carlos Moya. I told Carlos he was a good photgrapher ! Shame for him that the end of the season was a wash out but praying for him in the next year. Saw in Twittter that yesterday he was training outside in the Central Court in the Aca, it means a step in the right direction. Fiona in Paris

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    • I am a best friend of you, I am from North East India,(Assam), Rafa you are always remained clay court king, we are waiting for you for French open title,surely you must win, Rafa if you lost to some body I really feel so sad. Rafa take care your health ,good luck & God may bless you abundantly.

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