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Tennis Schedule 2020: Full ATP & WTA Calendar

Written by: Andy Schooler
Updated October 14, 2022
8 min read
Tennis Schedule 2020 Atp Wta

With the ATP and WTA tours suspended until August due to the coronavirus, a new-look tennis calendar has emerged for June and July.

A string of exhibition tournaments has been lined up to fill the void and, hopefully, prepare the game’s stars for more meaningful action – such as the US Open and French Open – in the months ahead.

Most will be played behind closed doors with social-distancing measures in place.

Many of the sport’s leading names have already signed up to play, including ATP world number one Novak Djokovic, who has set up his own Adria Tour in the Balkans which looks the pick of the men’s events as it will also feature Dominic Thiem, Alex Zverev and Marin Cilic.

Another event to look out for will be the Ultimate Tennis Showdown at the Mouratoglu Academy in Nice where organizers are promising four current top-10 players, with Stefanos Tsitsipas widely expected to be among them. David Goffin has already confirmed.

Former Wimbledon champion Andy Murray is expected to play his first match since November in London later this month against the best British players. However, there is no news yet on a return to match play for Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer – the latter is still recovering after undergoing knee surgery in February.

On the women’s side, this month’s Credit One Bank Invitational looks the jewel in the crown.

Reigning US Open champion Bianca Andreescu is scheduled to return to action for the first time since October following injury, while Australian Open queen Sofia Kenin is also due to compete. Two-time Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka, 2017 US Open winner Sloane Stephens and Olympic gold medallist Monica Puig are also on the entry list.

The ATP and WTA tours are currently due to resume on August 1.

As the calendars stand, the first events back are due to be the Citi Open in Washington (both tours) and the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic in San Jose (WTA only).

Here’s a list of the exhibition tournaments coming your way in June and July. Many will be streamed via social media platforms and bookmaker sites with betting odds likely to be offered on most, if not all, matches.

New Zealand Premier League

When: June 3-18

Where: Auckland, New Zealand

Surface: Hard

Players: Ben McLachlan, Artem Sitak

Format: Eight three-man teams in a round-robin. Top four to SFs

Livescore Cup

When: June 3-6

Where: Prague, Czech Republic

Surface: Clay


  • Karolina Pliskova
  • Marketa Vondrousova
  • Karolina Muchova
  • Ekaterina Alexandrova
  • Barbora Strycova
  • Kristyna Pliskova

Format: Round-robin, two groups of three – winners of each to final

Croatia Premier Tennis

When: June 4-7

Where: Osijek, Croatia


  • Marin Cilic
  • Borna Coric
  • Ivan Dodig
  • Borna Gojo
  • Franko Skugor
  • Nino Serdarusic
  • Duje Ajdukovic
  • Goran Ivanisevic
  • Goran Prpic
  • Donna Vekic
  • Ana Konjuh
  • Jana Fett
  • Lea Boskovic
  • Tena Lukas
  • Tereza Mrdeza
  • Antonia Ruzic
  • Iva Primorac
  • Iva Majoli
  • Jelena Kostanic Tosic

Format: Single-set men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles and mixed doubles matches. Other details TBC.

German Men’s Series

When: June 9-July 26

Where: multiple venues, Germany (final in Großhesselohe)

Players: Jan-Lennard Struff, Dominik Koepfer, Peter Gojowczyk, Kevin Krawietz and others.

Format: Eight groups of four, top two in each to next round which will produce the semi-finalists.

Ultimate Tennis Showdown

When: June 13-July 12

Where: Nice, France


  • David Goffin
  • Felix Auger-Aliassime
  • Benoit Paire
  • Lucas Pouille
  • Alex Popyrin
  • Dustin Brown

Organizers say three current top-10 players and one former top-10 player will complete the line-up.

Format: 10 players; round-robin (further details TBC)

Adria Tour

When: June 13-July 4

Where: Belgrade, Serbia (Jun 13-14), Zadar, Croatia (Jun 20-21), TBC, Montenegro (Jun 27-28), Banja Luka, Bosnia-Herzegovina (Jul 3-4)

Surface: Clay


  • Novak Djokovic
  • Dominic Thiem
  • Alex Zverev
  • Borna Coric
  • Marin Cilic
  • Grigor Dimitrov
  • Viktor Troicki

(not all players will compete at all venues)

Format: Each venue stages its own tournament – two groups of four; winners to final; Fast4

Tipsport Charity Cup

When: June 13-July 27

Where: Czech Republic – Prague (Jun 13-15), Prostejov (Jun 23-25), TBC (Jul 11-13), TBC (Jul 25-27)

Surface: Clay in Prague; others TBC


Team one

  • Karolina Pliskova
  • Kristyna Pliskova
  • Marketa Vondrousova
  • Tereza Martincova
  • Nikola Bartunkova

Team two

  • Petra Kvitova
  • Barbora Strycova
  • Katerina Siniakova
  • Barbora Krejcikova
  • Ekaterina Alexandrova
  • Lina Fruhvirtova

Format: Each venue stages its own tournament – two teams of four; three singles and one doubles each day.

Eastern European Championship

When: June 15-July 26

Where: Belgrade, Serbia


  • Dusan Lajovic
  • Nikoloz Basilashvili
  • Filip Krajinovic
  • Borna Coric
  • Miomir Kecmanovic
  • Ricardas Berankis
  • Laslo Djere
  • Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
  • Emil Ruusuvuori
  • Damir Dzumhur
  • Sergiy Stakhovsky
  • Viktor Troicki
  • Pedja Krstin
  • Mirza Basic
  • Dimitar Kuzmanov
  • Hamad Medjedovic
  • Arantxa Rus
  • Tamara Zidansek
  • Irina Camelia Begu
  • Patricia Maria Tig
  • Danka Kovinic
  • Ana Bogdan
  • Jasmine Paolini
  • Kateryna Kozlova
  • Irina Bara
  • Olga Danilovic
  • Jana Fett
  • Dalila Jakupovic

Format: First round – Eight groups of four, top two to next round; Second round – six groups of four (16 qualifiers plus wild cards), top two to next round; Third round – Four groups of four, winners to finals week.

Italian Absolute Championships

When: June 15-21

Where: Todi, Italy

Surface: Clay

Players: Jannik Sinner and other Italian stars

Format: Separate men’s and women’s fields

German Ladies’ Series

When: June 16-July 26

Where: multiple venues, Germany (final in Versmold)

Star players: Laura Siegemund, Anna-Lena Friedsam, Mona Barthel

Format: Six groups of four, top two in each to next round which will produce the semi-finalists

Schroders Battle of the Brits

When: June 23-28

Where: Roehampton, London, Great Britain

Surface: Indoor hard



  • Andy Murray
  • Dan Evans
  • Kyle Edmund
  • Cameron Norrie
  • Jay Clarke
  • Liam Broady
  • James Ward
  • Jack Draper

Doubles:  Jamie Murray and others

Format: Eight-man singles – two groups of four, top two to SFs; Six-pair doubles

Credit One Bank Invitational

When: June 23-28

Where: Charleston, South Carolina, USA


  • Sofia Kenin
  • Bianca Andreescu
  • Sloane Stephens
  • Madison Keys
  • Victoria Azarenka
  • Amanda Anisimova
  • Monica Puig
  • Ajla Tomljanovic
  • Danielle Collins
  • Alison Riske
  • Shelby Rogers
  • Eugenie Bouchard
  • Jennifer Brady
  • Leylah Fernandez
  • Emma Navarro
  • Bethanie Mattek-Sands

Format: Two teams of eight (captained by Keys and Mattek-Sands); 16 singles and eight doubles matches.

British Tour

When: July 3-5 (Tier 1), 10-12 (Premier), 17-19 (Tier 1), 24-26 (Premier)

Where: Roehampton, London, Great Britain

Players: TBC (entry deadline 18 days before each event)

Format: Four separate tournaments featuring 16-player men’s and women’s knockout singles fields. The Premier events will also have an eight-pair doubles field using a Fast4 format.

Adria Tour exhibition

When: July 5

Where: Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Surface: Clay

Players: Novak Djokovic, Damir Dzumhur

Thiem’s Seven

When: July 7-11

Where: Kitzbuhel, Austria

Players: Dominic Thiem, Gael Monfils and six others

Format: Two groups of four, winners to SFs.

MAPFRE Tennis League

When: July 10-August 2

Where: Spain – Lleida (Jul 10-12), Madrid (Jul 17-19), Villena (Jul 24-26), Aviles (Jul 31-Aug 2)


  • Roberto Bautista Agut
  • Pablo Carreno Busta
  • Albert Ramos
  • Pablo Andujar
  • Feliciano Lopez
  • Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
  • Roberto Carballes Baena

Format: Knockout in Lleida and Villena; Team competition (two teams of five) in Madrid and Aviles.

An equivalent women’s competition is also planned but details are yet to be announced.

World Team Tennis

When: July 12-August 2

Where: The Greenbrier Resort, West Virginia, USA

Players: Sofia Kenin, Sloane Stephens, Grigor Dimitrov, Sam Querrey, Tennys Sandgren, Neal Skupski among those confirmed

Format: Nine teams compete in 63-match regular season; top four to semi-finals

Bett1 Aces (Event 1)

When: July 13-15

Where: Steffi Graf Stadium, Berlin, Germany

Surface: Grass

Players: Dominic Thiem, Alex Zverev, Nick Kyrgios, Jannik Sinner, Elina Svitolina, Kiki Bertens, Julia Goerges, Andrea Petkovic

Format: Separate six-player men’s and women’s knockout fields.

Progress Tour Women’s Championships

When: July 14-18

Where: Roehampton, London, Great Britain

Surface: Hard

Players: Harriet Dart, Naomi Broady, Samantha Murray, Jodie Burrage, Emma Raducanu, plus other British players (entry deadline June 16, full list to be revealed on June 19).

Format: Sixteen-player singles field, split into two ‘divisions’ – Premier and Division One. Two groups of four in each division, top two to SFs. Eight-team doubles field using competition format.

Bett1 Aces (Event 2)

When: July 16-19

Where: Templehof Airport, Berlin

Players: Dominic Thiem, Alex Zverev, Nick Kyrgios, Jannik Sinner, Elina Svitolina, Kiki Bertens, Julia Goerges, Andrea Petkovic

Format: Separate six-player men’s and women’s knockout fields.

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Andy is a sports journalist of more than 20 years’ experience and is a former betting editor of the UK-based website, Sporting Life. He has specialized in tennis for many years, previewing hundreds of ATP Tour events and reporting from tournaments such as the ATP Finals and Davis Cup final. Andy has also covered numerous other sports, with a particular interest in soccer and cricket.

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