Carlos Alcaraz’s 2024 tennis schedule

Carlos Alcaraz’s 2024 tennis schedule first five events of new season are confirmed

What further events are on Carlos Alcaraz’s tennis calendar for 2024? He has already declared his first five competitions for the forthcoming season. Alcaraz, a two-time Grand Slam winner, participated in 17 tournaments in 2023 and won six titles, including Wimbledon. In 2024, he plans to pursue even greater achievement. The Spaniard’s management team had…

What further events are on Carlos Alcaraz’s tennis calendar for 2024? He has already declared his first five competitions for the forthcoming season.

Alcaraz, a two-time Grand Slam winner, participated in 17 tournaments in 2023 and won six titles, including Wimbledon. In 2024, he plans to pursue even greater achievement.

Carlos Alcaraz’s 2024 tennis schedule
Carlos Alcaraz’s 2024 tennis schedule

The Spaniard’s management team had earlier announced that he would play in the Australian Open before going to two tournaments in South America to compete in the Sunshine Double.

Carlos Alcaraz’s possible 2024 tennis calendar

Australian Open – January 15-28

Alcaraz will play in the season-opening Grand Slam for the third time in 2024 after missing the Australian Open the previous year due to injury.

His team’s coaches, however, have decided against entering him in any warm-up competitions prior to the hard-court major.

Argentina Open – February 12-18

The Spaniard made his 2023 debut at the Argentina Open and he will once again head back to Buenos Aires in early February 2024.

Last year he won the ATP 250 event on clay, defeating Cameron Norrie 6–3, 7–5 in the final.

Rio Open – February 19-25

Alcaraz reached back-to-back finals in South America in 2023 as he finished runner-up to Norrie in Brazil, but he will aim to go one better at the Rio Open next year.

The Spaniard won the ATP 500 tournament in 2022.

Indian Wells Open – March 4-17

Alcaraz will go to the United States for the Sunshine Double after his South American expedition, with the Indian Wells Open scheduled to begin first.

The Spaniard, who won his second championship of the year in the 2023 final against Daniil Medvedev, is the ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells Open defending champion.

Miami Open – March 18-31

Alcaraz, who lost out on the Sunshine Double the previous two years, will be looking to join an elite group of athletes who have won the trophy in the same season.

Jannik Sinner ended Alcaraz’s 2023 campaign in the semi-final after he had won the Miami Open in 2022.

Monte Carlo Masters – April 8-14

Alcaraz did not participate in the 2023 Monte-Carlo Masters in order to prepare for the double attack on Spanish soil, having sustained an injury during his Miami Open loss.

The two-time Grand Slam winner is only expected to visit the Principality twice, the last occasion being in 2022 when he was defeated in the second round.

Barcelona Open – April 15-21

Since losing in the opening round of the 2021 edition, Carlos Alcaraz has gone undefeated at the Barcelona Open.

In the 2022 final, he defeated Pablo Carreño Busta in two sets to win his first title in the Spanish city. The next year, he defeated Stefanos Tsitsipas in straight sets to claim his second title.

Madrid Open – April 22 to May 5

At the ATP Masters 1000 tournament in the Spanish capital, Alcaraz has only lost once, and it was in the second round of his debut match in 2021, when he was defeated by his idol, Rafael Nadal.

He advanced to the final in 2022 by defeating Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, and then he easily overcame Alexander Zverev in the match of the year.

In 2023, he successfully defended his title by winning the championship match against fortunate loser Jan-Lennard Struff.

Italian Open – May 6-13

Alcaraz finally made his Foro Italico debut in 2023, having missed the previous year due to injury.

He did not, however, have the best of experiences in Rome, as qualifier Fabian Marozsan shocked him in the third round.

Roland Garros – May 27-June 9

Alcaraz is favored to win the French Open in the near future, and after finishing as the top seed and advancing to the semifinals in 2023, it seemed as though he was headed for his maiden championship in Paris.

But he met an energized Novak Djokovic and found it difficult to handle the strain, ultimately losing in four sets.

Queen’s Club Championship – June

Alcaraz had a 6-2 record on grass prior to the 2023 season, but he won two consecutive tournaments to improve that to 18-2.

His first victory came in the Queen’s Club ATP 500 event, where he defeated Alex de Minaur in the championship match to win the competition on his debut.

Wimbledon – July 1-14

Though Alcaraz enjoyed another incredible run at SW19, not many would have imagined that he would win his second Grand Slam at Wimbledon.

In order to get to the final, the top seed defeated opponents like Holger Rune and Daniil Medvedev. In an incredible match, the top seed then defeated the reigning champion Djokovic 1–6, 7–6 (8–6), 6–1, 3–6, 6–4.

Paris Olympics – July 27-August 4

One of the main tennis events of 2024 is the Olympics in Paris, where Alcaraz hopes to join the select group of players who have won the singles gold.

Not only will he be going for gold in the singles but also in the men’s doubles, where he is rumored to be in a dream Spanish combination with Rafael Nadal.

Canadian Open – August 5-11

It’s unclear how many of the best players will participate in the Canadian Open in 2024 given the timing of the Olympics in Paris.

Alcaraz last got it to the quarterfinals before Tommy Paul shocked him; in 2022, he advanced to the second round.

Cincinnati Open – August 12-18

In the Cincinnati Open 2022 final, Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic created an all-time classic. The former won 5–7, 7–6 (9–7), 7–6 (7–4), and took home the trophy after three hours and 49 minutes.

The year before, the Spaniard made it to the quarterfinals.

US Open – August 26-September 8

Alcaraz was one of the favorites for the 2023 championship after winning the US Open in 2022, which catapulted him to the top of the ATP Rankings.

However, Daniil Medvedev upset him in the semi-final, hence he was unable to retain his championship.

Davis Cup Group Stage – September 9-15

Due to exhaustion, Alcaraz decided not to participate in the 2023 Davis Cup Group Stage, and Spain was unable to advance to the knockout stage.

The child will probably appear in 2024.

Laver Cup – September 16-22

With the Spaniard scheduled to compete in the annual team event for Team Europe, this is one of the events that Alcaraz has already confirmed for the 2024 season.

China Open – September 23-29

Alcaraz didn’t have the greatest of times when he made his Asian swing debut in 2023. He advanced to the ATP 500 China Open semifinals, but Jannik Sinner defeated him in straight sets.

Alcaraz may forego competing in the China Open in 2024 in light of his plan to compete in the Laver Cup.

Shanghai Masters – October 2-13

Alcaraz made his Shanghai Masters debut in 2023, but Grigor Dimitrov beat him in the round of sixteen, continuing his dismal end-of-season form.

Swiss Indoors – October 23-29

Alcaraz was scheduled to compete at the 2023 Swiss Indoors, but he decided to withdraw from this competition as well because of an injury.

In 2022, he advanced to the semifinals but was defeated by Felix Auger-Aliassime, the eventual winner.

Paris Masters – October 28-November 3

Alcaraz has not yet overcome any obstacle in the Paris Masters, having been startled by qualifier Roman Safiullin in the second round in 2023 and retiring in the quarterfinals of 2022 owing to an injury.

ATP Finals – November 10-17

Alcaraz made his debut at the season-ending event in 2023, but he never really seemed comfortable. Alcaraz missed the 2022 ATP Finals due to injury.

He was defeated by Novak Djokovic in a straight-set battle in the semifinals of the tournament after losing his initial round-robin encounter against Alexander Zverev.

Davis Cup Finals – TBC

Alcaraz will undoubtedly be in the team if Spain makes it to the Davis Cup Finals.

READ MORE: “Carlos Alcaraz will triumph in every Grand Slam competition on every surface, including the Masters”

2024 Carlos Alcaraz tennis season

Singles matches

TournamentMatchRoundOpponent (seed or key)RankResultScore
Australian Open
Melbourne, Australia
Grand Slam tournament
Hard, outdoor
14 – 28 January 2024
1 / 1991R Richard Gasquet76Win7–6(7–5), 6–1, 6–2
2 / 2002R Lorenzo Sonego46Win6–4, 6–7(3–7), 6–3, 7–6(7–3)
3 / 2013R Shang Juncheng (WC)140Win6–1, 6–1, 1–0 Ret.
4 / 2024R Miomir Kecmanović60Win6–4, 6–4, 6–0
5 / 203QF Alexander Zverev (6)6Loss1–6, 3–6, 7–6(7–2), 4–6
Argentina Open
Buenos AiresArgentina
ATP Tour 250
Clay, outdoor
12 – 18 February 2024
6 / 2042RTBD

Exhibition matches


TournamentMatchRoundOpponent (seed or key)RankResultScore
Riyadh Season Tennis Cup
RiyadhSaudi Arabia

Hard, outdoor
26 – 27 December 2023
1PO Novak Djokovic1Win4–6, 6–4, 6–4
Pre-Australian Open Charity match

Hard, outdoor
10 January 2024
2PO Alex de Minaur10Loss4–6, 7–5, [3–10]


Per Carlos Alcaraz, this is his current 2024 schedule (subject to change).

Singles schedule

14 January 2024–
28 January 2024
Australian OpenMelbourne (AUS)Grand SlamHardA0400Quarterfinals (lost to Alexander Zverev, 1–6, 3–6, 7–6(7–2), 4–6)
12 February 2024–
18 February 2024
Argentina OpenBuenos Aires (ARG)250 SeriesClayW250
19 February 2024–
25 February 2024
Rio OpenRio de Janeiro (BRA)500 SeriesClayF300
6 March 2024–
17 March 2024
Indian Wells MastersIndian Wells (USA)Masters 1000HardW1,000
20 March 2024–
31 March 2024
Miami OpenMiami (USA)Masters 1000HardSF360
15 April 2024–
21 April 2024
Barcelona OpenBarcelona (ESP)500 SeriesClayW500
Total year-end points (as of start of the season)Steady 0
Total year-end points8855difference

Carlos Alcaraz vs Alexander Zverev TV channel, live stream

Numerous global rights holders have selected to broadcast live the Alcaraz quarterfinal match.

In the main areas, the following TV networks and live streams carried his previous match:

CountryTV channelLive stream
USESPN, Tennis ChannelFuboESPN+
CanadaRDS, TSNTSN Direct
AustraliaChannel NineStan Sport

Carlos Alcaraz’s record at the Australian Open

Alcaraz’s career is still very much in its early phases, but he has already proven himself to be a champion and a genuine contender at three of the four ATP Tour major slams. Despite having only participated in two Australian Open matches, he has yet to succeed there.

The 2020 Australian Open came too soon for the 16-year-old, who made it to the second round of his tournament debut in 2021, since it was his first year on the circuit. He advanced to the third round in 2022, but an injury kept him out of the competition the previous year.

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