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Preview: What tennis events are coming up in February 2024?


The Australian summer swing may have wrapped up for another year, but the 2024 tennis season is only just ramping up with a jam-packed February schedule on the horizon.

With tournaments taking place across every corner of the globe, we’ve highlighted all of the must-watch ATP, WTA, Challenger and Wheelchair tournaments for February, so you don't miss a minute of the action.

Key events

  • Qatar TotalEnergies Open (WTA 1000)
  • Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship (WTA 1000)
  • Mubadala Abu Dhabi Open (WTA 500)
  • Rio Open Presented by Claro (ATP 500)
  • Georgia Open (ITF 1 Series)

5-11 February: WTA and ATP 250 events dominate opening week

Mubadala Abu Dhabi Open


The first stop on the WTA Tour’s jam-packed month will be the Mubadala Abu Dhabi Open, taking place between 5-11 February. The WTA 500 event has already confirmed a world-class line-up with the likes of Elena Rybakina, Barbora Krejcikova and Ons Jabeur amongst the top seeds.

Flying the British flag, Emma Raducanu has received a wild card to the tournament, and will be the first stop on the tour since making her comeback to Grand Slam action at the Australian Open. Raducanu reached the second round in Melbourne and looked to be returning to her best after returning from injury - making her one to watch over the coming months as she looks to find her rhythm.

Lexus Nottingham Challenger

The ATP Challenger tour will flock to British soil for the inaugural Lexus Nottingham Challenger. The Lexus Nottingham Tennis Centre will play host to the Challenger 75 event, which is will see a host of British stars take on some of the best men’s tennis players in the world.

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12-17 February: First of back-to-back WTA 1000 events get underway in Qatar

  • Qatar TotalEnergies Open (WTA 1000)
  • ABN AMRO Open (ATP 500)
  • Delray Beach Open (ATP 250)
  • IEB+ Argentina Open (ATP 250)
  • Bahrain Ministry of Interior Tennis Challenger (Challenger 125)
  • Lexus Glasgow Challenger (Challenger 50)
  • Bolton Indoor ITF3 Wheelchair Tennis Tournament (ITF Series 3)

Qatar TotalEnergies Open


The Qatar TotalEnergies Open will attract the world’s best female stars to Doha for the first WTA 1000 event of the year. World No.1 and defending champion Iga Swiatek headlines a mouthwatering line up which will see all the world’s top 10 players compete for the crown. With such an illustrious line up of players set to take to the stage, this is an event you won’t want to miss.


Meanwhile, the ATP Tour will welcome six of the world’s top 10 to Rotterdam for the ABN AMRO Open. Australia Open finalists Daniil Medvedev and Jannik Sinner will be joined by Andrey Rublev, Holger Rune, Hubert Hurkacz and Alex De Minaur to lead the pack, but with a whole host of talent set to take to the court at the ATP 500 event, it’s safe to say anyone can be a contender to take home the trophy.

Wheelchair tennis also returns to Rotterdam, with Alfie Hewett, Gordon Reid and Andrew Penney amongst the Brits in action across the men’s singles and doubles. Reid is a former two-time men’s singles champion in Rotterdam, while Hewett will bid for his fifth successive men’s singles title this year. Together they will join forces in the hopes of collecting their fourth men’s doubles title in five years.

The tournament added a women’s wheelchair draw for the first time last year, with British No.1 Lucy Shuker set to compete.

Delray Beach Open

Over in the USA, Dan Evans is scheduled to play at the Delray Beach Open, alongside home favourites Taylor Fritz, Tommy Paul and Frances Tiafoe. British No.2 Evans will be bidding to become the second British man to lift the singles title, after Cam Norrie achieved the feat back in 2022.

18-24 February: WTA stars take on Dubai while ATP Tour hits the clay in Rio  

  • Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championship (WTA 1000)
  • Rio Open Presented by Claro (ATP 500)
  • Qatar ExxonMobil (ATP 250)
  • Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo (ATP 250)
  • Vallarta Open 19-25 (WTA 125)
  • Terega Open Pau Pyrenees (Challenger 125)
  • Bolton Indoor ITF2 Wheelchair Tennis Tournament (ITF Series 2)

Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships

From Qatar to Dubai - the second WTA 1000 event of the month will take place at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships. Similarly, to the event in Qatar, you can expect to see an elite line-up compete for the trophy, with the 10 highest ranked players also set to feature at this event.

With a star-studded roll of honour including the likes of Barbora Krejcikova, Jelena Ostapenko, Elina Svitolina and Venus Williams, the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships is a must-watch. The ATP 500 edition of this tournament will take place the following week between 26 February-3 March.

Rio Open presented by Claro


On the other side of the globe, the ATP Tour will hit the red clay for the 10th edition of the Rio Open. Last year’s tournament saw British No.1 Norrie claim his fifth career title, after defeating world No.2 Carlos Alcaraz 5-7, 6-4, 7-5. Both players are guaranteed in this year’s edition, alongside Stan Wawrinka and rising French star Arthur Fils.

Also taking place in the third week of February is the Qatar ExxonMobil, where we could be set to see 2023 runner-up Andy Murray back in action, alongside 22-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal.

Bolton Indoor ITF 2 Wheelchair Tennis Tournament

Eager to catch a glimpse of some of the worlds best wheelchair tennis stars on home turf? Look no further than the Bolton Indoor ITF 2 Wheelchair Tennis Tournament, kicking off on the 21 February. 

The second of back-to-back wheelchair tennis tournaments in Bolton in February, the ITF 2 event will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year. Last year’s instalment saw a trio of Brits claim victory, with Gordon Reid sealing the men’s title, Andy Lapthorne prevailing in the quad singles and Joshua Johns taking home the boys’ title. Lapthorne is amongst the leading Brits due to be in action, with Ben Bartram, Dahnon Ward, Greg Slade and Shuker all joining him.

26 February-3 March: Uniqlo Wheelchair Tour heads stateside for ITF 1 Series event

  • San Diego Open (WTA 500)
  • Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships (ATP 500)
  • Abierto Mexicano Telcel presentado por HSBC (ATP 500)
  • ATX Open (WTA 250)
  • Movistar Chile Open (ATP 250)
  • Georgia Open (ITF 1 Series)

Georgia Open


The final week in February will see the Uniqlo Wheelchair Tennis Tour head to the United States for the Georgia Open. The event is expected to welcome a strong British contingent across its men’s, women’s and quad draws, with the action spanning across five days starting 28 February.

2023 saw Britain's Hewett clinch the silverware after defeating Tokito Oda in straight sets before teaming up with Reid to lift the doubles title, while the women’s draw saw Shuker be crowned doubles champion alongside Dana Mathewson. Will the Brits be able to defend their titles in 2024?

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