2018 Schedule

Where does Rafael Nadal play next?

Check out his 2018 schedule!

Rafael Nadal in action during a practice session ahead of the 2016 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 14, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Michael Dodge/Getty Images)
Michael Dodge/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.


Australian Open (January 15 – 28)


February 28, 2018: Rafa has pulled out of this week’s Mexican Open in Acapulco after aggravating the leg injury that forced him out of the Australian Open last month. 

Acapulco, Mexico (February 26 – March 3)


March 3, 2018: Rafa has decided to skip Indian Wells and Miami and return home to Spain in order to rest up for the clay-court season.

Indian Wells, USA (March 8 – 18)

Miami, USA (March 21 – April 1)


Davis Cup QF in Valencia – Spain vs. Germany (April 6-8)

Monte-Carlo (April 15 – 22)

Barcelona, Spain (April 23 – 29)


Madrid, Spain (May 6 – 13)

Rome, Italy (May 13 – 20)

Roland Garros (May 27 – June 10)


June 13, 2018:  Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from next week’s Queen’s Club tournament to rest for Wimbledon.

Queens, UK (June 18 – 24)


Wimbledon (July 2 – 15)


Toronto, Canada (August 6 – 12)

Cincinnati, USA (August 12 – 19)

US Open (August 27 – September 9)

Davis Cup SF – France vs. Spain (September 14-16)


Beijing, China (October 1 – 7)

Shanghai, China (October 7 -14)

Basel, Switzerland (October 22 – 28)

Paris, France (October 29 – November 4)


ATP World Tour Finals, London (November 11 – 18)



140 thoughts on “2018 Schedule

  1. Juanito Signes Ferrer;;

    Nadalito: You have enriched my life and love of tennis to the bitter end,,

    You exemplify the very best of what sports competition is all about.

    “cha quin fum fa”…says it all; you are a smoking live wire…

    Abrazos , Juanito


  2. Susan Wallace

    My mom is a huge Rafael fan since he started. She has three kids and theres more pictures of him than us. Tough going for her now but she never misses his games


    1. Merlyn Darcie

      Although my family are all adults they feel the same way yours do. I am a big fan of Nadal’s and will stay up all night if necessary to see him play live. Result is I am tired for the rest of the day.


  3. Deborah Vantol

    I had tickets to Miami two years ago and became ill and watched from my bed at home and you won that match. I am so proud to be your fan forever. Thank you for all you have done for tennis and also setting the example of manners and humbleness you show. No breaking rackets and throwing tantrums. You are a wonderful example for the young and the old. Congratulations on the French No 11. Vamos! ❤️


  4. Deborah Vantol

    I want to see you play so bad just once. I know Cincinnati is not your favorite place but I will be able to come because it is close and not as expensive as the U.S. Open. If you don’t play there I promise to see you in Miami next year no matter what it takes. I have waited to see you since you were a young teenager so whenever you decide if your coming to Cincinnati I would like to know. I own a Westgate timeshare and now I know they have one in New York. But I don’t think I can raise the money in time for tickets. I loved watching you win the French Open for the 11 th time. I hope some day to give you pictures you probably already have but they are shots off the tv screen and your father in the stands smiling at you etc…
    You are a true inspiration young man.


  5. Arunkumar

    Now your form extremely good but upcoming master 1000 any one skip because your health so consider and take decision , compulsary you must win 11 french open title


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