Preview: What tennis events are coming up in November 2023?
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Despite the 2023 season slowly coming to a close, November is still set to serve up four weeks of world-class tennis entertainment.
From Great Britain’s Billie Jean King Cup Play-Off tie against Sweden, to the Nitto ATP Finals and the Lexus Great Britain Davis Cup team heading to Malaga in a bid to be crowned world champions – we give you the run down of all the must-watch tournaments of November.
- Rolex Paris Masters (Masters 1000)
- Wheelchair Singles Masters/Doubles Masters (ITF Masters)
- Nitto ATP Finals
- Davis Cup Finals
- Billie Jean King Cup Play-Offs
30 October - 5 November: Final Masters event of the year hits the calendar
Opening up the November schedule is the highly-anticipated final Masters 1000 event of the year – the Rolex Paris Masters.
The prestigious event in France’s capital will play host to the world’s best ATP players. Britain's Cam Norrie and Andy Murray will contest the men's singles title, while 2022 champion Holger Rune, Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev and Jannik Sinner also join a the star-studded line-up.
Meanwhile, in the doubles draw, all eyes will be on defending champions Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof will be aiming to become the first back-to-back title winners at the tournament since Mike and Bob Bryan in 2013-2014.
Meanwhile on the Wheelchair tour, the Wheelchair Tennis Masters will draw the season to a close with eight days of competition in the Netherlands. Taking place between 30 October – 5 November, the world’s best wheelchair players will battle it out for the coveted titles across the men’s, women’s and quad divisions.
6-11 November: Lexus Great Britain Billie Jean King Cup team face Sweden in Play-off tie
- Billie Jean King Cup
- Moselle Open (ATP 250)
- Sofia Open (ATP 250)
- HPP Open (Challenger 125)
The second week of November will see the Lexus Great Britain Billie Jean King Cup team head to the Copper Box in London for their Play-Off tie against Sweden between 11-12 November. Katie Boulter, Jodie Burrage, Harriet Dart and Heather Watson are leading the line for the Brits who will be contesting a spot in the 2024 Billie Jean King Cup Qualifiers.
12-19: World’s top eight singles and doubles players flock to Turin for Nitto ATP Finals
- Nitto ATP Finals
- Uraguay Open (Challenger 100)
- LP Open by IND (WTA 125)
The year-end climax of the ATP season has arrived. The Nitto ATP Finals will take place from 12-19 November, where the top eight ATP singles and doubles players will head to Turin to battle it out and be crowned champion.
Already qualified for this year’s line-up is world No.1 and reigning champion Djokovic, Alcaraz, Medvedev, Sinner and Andrey Rublev, with the door wide open as to who will snap up the remaining three spots.
21-26: Great Britain head to Malaga in a bid to be crowned world champions
- Davis Cup Finals
- MundoTenis Open (WTA 125)
- Aberto Da Republica (Challenger 100)
- Copa Faulcombridge (Challenger 100)
The time has come. Following on from their emphatic qualification at the Davis Cup Finals Group Stages in Manchester, the Lexus GB Davis Cup team will be heading to Malaga, Spain to battle it out for a 10th Davis Cup title.
Davis Cup captain and LTA Head of Men’s Tennis, Leon Smith, has named Norrie, Dan Evans, Murray, Jack Draper and Neal Skupski as his team to take to the stage in the Final 8. Great Britain faces a tough challenge against Djokovic’s Serbia in the quarter-final – but can they go all the way?
28 Nov-2 December: Up-and-coming ATP talent take to Jeddah for Next Gen ATP Finals
- Argentina Open (WTA 125)
- Creand Andorra Open (WTA 125)
- Yokkaichi Challenger (Challenger 100)
- Maia Open (Challenger 100)
- Next Gen ATP Finals
The WTA 125 event is returning to Andorra for its second edition between 27 November–3 December. The tournament’s inaugural year saw American Alycia Parks be crowned champion after she overcame Rebecca Peterson in straight sets in the final.
Across the pond, a second WTA 125 event of the week will be taking place in Buenos Aires, Argentina – with an illustrious line-up of female talent set to compete across the two tournaments.
Looking to watch some of the best up-and-coming talent on the ATP Tour? Look no further than the Next Gen ATP Finals, taking place in Jeddah between 28 November-2 December.
The Next Gen ATP Finals are the season-ending event for the world’s best players aged 21 and under. A slightly different format to matches played on the ATP tour, the matches at the Next Gen Finals are best of five sets, with each set being the first to four games with sudden death points at deuce and a tiebreak at three games all.
While the line-up is yet to be confirmed for the 2024 edition of the tournament, the event has an renowned roll of honour, with the likes of Stefanos Tsitsipas, Sinner and Alcaraz having taken the crown earlier on in their careers.