2017 Schedule

Where does Rafael Nadal play next?

Check out his 2017 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)
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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 World Tennis Championship, Abu Dhabi – exhibition match (December 29 – 31)


Brisbane, Australia (January 1 – 8)

Australian Open (January 16 – 29)


Rotterdam, Netherlands (February 13 – 19)

UPDATE: February 9, 2017 – Rafa Nadal: “I am very sorry to announce I won’t be able to play in Rotterdam next week. After last year’s absence from some tournaments, I started this season well and made a significant effort during the Australian swing. It’s because of this that my doctors have strongly advised me to take it easy and give enough rest to my body before competing again to avoid further injuries. I fully understand that the Dutch fans will be disappointed. I am very thankful to Richard for the great support and understanding.”

Acapulco, Mexico (February 27 – March 4)


Indian Wells, USA (March 9 – 18)

Miami, USA (March 22 – April 2)


Monte-Carlo (April 16 – 23)

Barcelona, Spain (April 24 – 30)


Madrid, Spain (May 7 – 14)

Rome, Italy (May 14 – 21)

Roland Garros (May 28 – June 11)


Queens, UK (June 19 – 25)

Rafael Nadal has pulled out of the Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club, citing exhaustion after his all-conquering clay-court season.


Wimbledon (July 3 – 16)


Montreal, Canada (August 7 – 13)

Cincinnati, USA (August 13 – 20)

US Open (August 28 – September 10)


Beijing, China (October 2 – 8)

Shanghai, China (October 8 -15)

Basel, Switzerland (October 23 – 29)

Paris, France (October 30 – November 5)


ATP World Tour Finals, London (November 12 – 19)


58 thoughts on “2017 Schedule

  1. Jayne Hubbard

    Rafa you are a superstar! Your perseverance, gentlemanly attitude are a lesson to both young and old. We have never lost faith in you. Good luck at Ronald Garros and Wimbledon. Jayne and Ann from Norfolk.


  2. Trilly

    An ambitious program Rafa….but we all are sure you will win again more and more, RG next week and then other tournaments. You are the best player ever, a true sportsman in and outside the grounds. Vamooooooossss!!!!


  3. Guy van Beurden

    You will make Roland Garros greed Again,
    You are a Big exaple for me, I am 10 years old and train 10 hours per week.

    Please can you give me a tip how to deal with anger when my aponent is playing fals, or when I have a bad day playing?

    It would be nice if you can respond to me.



  4. Teresa

    Monte Carlo to Roland Garros is virtually back to back – there is little recovery period. History tells us you play well on clay, you sacrifice elsewhere. Rafa’s success to other surfaces is unprecedented. No other player in history has been able to succeed on clay, HC and grass as Rafa. That is why Rafa is more than the King of Clay but one of the greatest, if not the greatest, player in history.


  5. Sissi

    Oh well,I hope to see Rafa in Beijing or Shanghai.When can I express my love to him face to face?

    And FO,I’m looking forward to it……


  6. Rafa you are true champion. this 2017, you made final big event. Don’t worry. you are greatest in all time. time will tell.need some mind refreshment. nobody can beat you. you will be champ montecarlo,madrid,rome(ATP1000) & FRENH OPEN.Play free, dont take pressure. cheers..


  7. Deborah A Vantol

    I can’t wait to watch you on tv in Mexico this week! I am also excited because I finally will see you in Miami. I hope to see you play Friday March 24 th second round. I have seat in the 100 row at the end of the court. I also have seats in four hundred for all weekend. I have said many times I have watched you since you were about 18. It is the first time I have been healthy enough to attend. I am so excited. You will always be my favorite player of all time. I will also always be your biggest fan. Vamos!
    I hope you have a healthy and happy year. You are a fine young man. I thank you for all you do and all you give of yourself.


    1. Deborah Vantol

      So sorry I had heart surgery and did not get to see you play on March 24th in Miami. You won that match.
      I watched you beat Nole in Madrid today. I am so excited for tomorrow against Theim. Please rest before the French Open. You get stronger the more you play though. Your confidence is so strong and your playing better than ever! You are really something to watch. Thank you for all you do and sacrifice for your fans and your career.


      1. hearn fiona

        Deborah, you were lucky to go to see Rafa in Madrid😃, do you live in the US ?I would like to go to Madrid or Barcelona but not in Spain in Spring. I go to Paris to atp Bercy first week in Nov. , as I have said , it is good as there is plenty of room 20, 000 capacity and you can buy tickets on the day. You fans in England should come, cheaper too, balcony tickets 20 euros. Unfortunately Rafa did not come last year,😕 I saw him there in 2015. Hope he comes this year, I told him to forget China and concentrate on Europe.! Last year saw others of the Spanish Armada and French. Roland Garros soon, looking forward to it. Fiona in Paris


  8. Rafantastic

    All the best of luck sweet Rafa VAMOOOS CAMP!! 🤗🍀😘😊❤️

    Can’t wait watching you on court again playing your legendary tennis 🎾💪🏼😅😍👏🏻🥇🏆💖


  9. Ceren

    Hi, today I heard at my tennis club that Rafa would play in Antalya Open (a new ATP 250 grass court tournament that will take place in Antalya, Turkey between 24 june – 2 july 2017). This tournament is not in his schedule according to his website and i couldn’t find anything on your website either. Do you have any information about this?


  10. Ernest Martinez

    “No había ‘tie break’ en el quinto set por lo que el partido podía alargarse eternamente. Federer se fue a los vestuarios para ser atendido de la ingle. Ya había tenido que recurrir a ello en la penúltima ronda con Stan Wawrinka. La regla permite tres minutos de tratamiento pero el tenista de Basilea dispone de los que quiere.” (Tomado de “Marca”)


  11. Ernest Martinez

    “No había ‘tie break’ en el quinto set por lo que el partido podía alargarse eternamente. Federer se fue a los vestuarios para ser atendido de la ingle. Ya había tenido que recurrir a ello en la penúltima ronda con Stan Wawrinka. La regla permite tres minutos de tratamiento pero el tenista de Basilea dispone de los que quiere.” (Tomado de “Marca”). Yo estoy absolutamente de acuerdo con el periodista que escribió esto. Federer tomó break after four set y después en el quinto set para desestabilizar a Rafa. En mi humilde opinión, si Federer no toma break , Rafa le gana. Vamos Rafa…!! Roland Garros, Wimbledon, and US Open are waiting for you…


  12. Samm Lovell

    Rafa made an amazing recovery with his game returning to the Australian Open and getting to the final !!! We luv you Rafa and will support you always!!! Samm xx


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