2019 Schedule

Where does Rafael Nadal play next?

Check out his 2019 schedule!

Rafael Nadal photo first practice in Brisbane Australia (2)
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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)

Hurlingham Exhibition: Rafa is scheduled to play on Wednesday, June 26th and again on Friday, June 28th.

JULY:

Wimbledon (July 1 – 14)

AUGUST & SEPTEMBER:

Montreal, Canada (August 5 – 11)

Rafa pulled out of the Western & Southern Open on Sunday, citing fatigue.

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)

Paris, France (October 28 – November 3)

NOVEMBER:

ATP Tour Finals, London (November 10 – 17)

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191 comments

  1. Best of our champ for clay swing vamos. waiting to see u playing in pune 2019 pls come next year i am eagerly waiting…

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  2. Nadal proved yet again emphatically he is the king of clay!! His Davis Cup performance Vs Germany was indeed superb.Hope & pray injury issue will not hamper him during clay _court season.Wish him all the best for Roland Garros.

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  3. Good luck Rafa in the coming tournaments, I hope you will be free of injuries and be able to compete inthe best way possible and win more🏆’S Vamos ! 🍀🎾🍀🎾💪💪👃💕

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  4. Coming matches you playing base line shots because now federer playing base line shots and get good results against you also, then you played base line shorts your court running should be short

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  5. Nadal all the best for your 11 French open titles, but more practice to grass court because My all time favourite was 2008 final match so this year you must win Wimbledon any way congrats Rafa vamous rafa

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  6. Nadal should have won Ausralia open 2017.It was so close & he was on his comeback trail too! He lost it was sheer bad luck! All of us Nadal`s ardent fans must pray for his health & good luck.

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  7. Federer loosing in 2nd round at Miami makes Nadal fans happy as it makes Nadal regain No 1position even if for a short duration!!

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  8. Nadal is all time Great tennis player!! Even to this day Head to head Nadal is ahead of Federer!! Only now Federer is dafeating Nadal consecutively.I hope & pray Nadal would soon overcome the problem against Federer & start winning !!

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  9. Rafa, All your fans miss you so much! You are the best tennis player of all time. When I watch you play your charisma overtakes any other player. When I tell untennised people about you, they say why do you love Rafa so much, I reply because he’s not only the hottest, but the best. One without the other wouldn’t make the cut. Get better soon! We will be watching and waiting for April.

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  10. Rafa Nadal should be 100 percent fit to tear apart any opponents in clay season if he allows his body to rest and heal. 2018

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  11. Rafa as one of your biggest fans and also a previous tennis player I understand injuries. However injuries sometimes can effect your mental capacity to overcome them. I have watched you come back from injury to your knees and you won the French Wimbledon and the US Open that year?
    I saw you withdrawal from the Australian Open with your hip injury and you have made a decision to skip the next swing of the tennis season until the Clay season begins?
    We all know you have nothing to prove when it comes to being one of the greatest champions to play the game.
    Your abilities are inspiring and your actions speak for themselves.
    However without comparing you to (you know who) my coach when I played his attitude was Tennis is 20% physical and 80% mental is chess at its height level.
    I would miss you as a fan if and when You retire however I believe you can overcome anything physical mental or otherwise if you want too?
    As a fan I miss your intensity and energy you brought to tennis, you made those behind and in front of you raise their games to match yours and to be able to beat you. I just hope you are not beating yourself. Hope to see you during the clay season and you are still my favorite to raise the French Open Cup.

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  12. I’m devastated to hear of your mishaps Rafa. Life can be very unkind! We old people live to see our dear young Rafa compete in every Tournament. You are our Champ n will go down in History as the “King of Clay” n a Tennis Legend. Your wonderful sporting nature, generosity, kind heart n gentlemanly ways are hard to beat, n this is why your Fans love you dearly n miss seeing you so much when you are injured! I pray you get well soon n give us joy in seeing you playing for many, many more years Rafa my boy. Vamos Rafa. God bless you. Your Aussie Abuela Nan Shirley. 🐂🏆👑⛴🏌😀

    P.S. Please give us more news about Rafa whilst he is injured.

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  13. Dear Rafa Hope you are better soon tennis isn’t the same without you in it 😔 we love watching you play a big fan from New Zealand
    Ps: isn’t it time you proposed to Maria lol 😉💃🏾

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  14. Rafa, maybe it’s time to make a change in your rackets too? I think that’s what Roger Federer did. He said the size of his racket helped him hit the balls better. And maybe don’t hit the ball in a ballooning way cause it always give the opponent a chance to prepare to hit back because of the slow downfall of the ball.

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  15. Federer is playing quite the well passing shots as evident from his Basel Final . . . Nadal must return to his strength and that is his forehands and line to line angles. Just need to motivate himself by watching some of the nail bitters he had with Federer in the past decade and went out of most of them as the Champion We Love . . .

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