ATP tennis schedule 2025 revealed: so many changes!

The men's tennis association has shared the provisional schedule for next year and already there are many changes compared to 2024

by Lorenzo Ciotti
ATP tennis schedule 2025 revealed: so many changes!
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Will there be the powerful entry of Saudi Arabia into the ATP schedule 2025? This was the question on the eve of the publication of the men's tennis schedule for the next season.

ATP has already announced the provisional calendar for next season with the dates of the most important events in world tennis.

The biggest news concerns the ATP Masters 1000 and the ATP 500 tournaments. ATP president Andrea Gaudenzi's plan to transform almost all the ATP Masters 1000 tournaments into two-week tournaments is increasingly closer to complete completion.

Even in Canada and Cincinnati, before the US Open, the extension will become reality in 2025. In this case, however, the dates have not been communicated because some details will need to be sorted out to protect the players.

Miami Open
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ATP tennis schedule for 2025: there are a lot of changes

Dallas, Doha and Monaco have been promoted from ATP 250 to ATP 500, and this is the most important news for events in this category. There are five tournaments that may no longer find space in the 2025 calendar: Cordoba, Estoril, Lyon, Newport and Atlanta.

The Internazionali BNL d'Italia and the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin will be played from 7 to 18 May and from 9 to 16 November respectively. The Davis Cup Finals and the Next Gen ATP Finals in Jeddah will bring the curtain down on 2025 tennis.

As for the four Grand Slam tournaments, they will start on January 12th with the Australian Open which will also start next year one day earlier than in the past.
The Roland Garros will take place from May 25th to June 8th. The main draw at Wimbledon will begin on June 30th. The US Open will start with the mayon draw from August 25th.

Below the 2025 ATP schedule shared by the X account @MichalSamulski: