List of all ATP 1000 tournaments in 2023

M SudharshanM Sudharshan

April 10 2023
ATP 1000 Tournaments

These are all the second-highest-tier events in the ATP Tour.

The 2023 Tennis ATP Tour Masters is the 34th edition (introduced in the year 1990) of the ATP Masters Series. The champion of each ATP 1000 tournaments events is awarded 1000 ranking points. Novak Djokovic (38) has won the highest number of ATP 1000 tournaments and is closely followed by Rafael Nadal (36). Nine ATP Masters 1000 (five on hard surfaces and three on clay surfaces) are set to be held this year.

Points Distribution for ATP 1000 tournaments

Events FinishWinnerRunner-UpSemifinalistsQuarterfinalistsR16R32R64
Points Awarded1000600360180904525

List of all ATP 1000 tournaments in 2023

March 08-15 – Indian Wells Masters 

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US Open champion Carloz Alcarez claimed the season’s first ATP 1000 Masters title defeating Daniil Medvedev. Rohan Bopanna and Mathew Ebden were crowned the champion in the doubles section. Rohan Bopanna became the oldest to win an ATP 1000 Masters title.

March 22-02 April – Miami Open

Daniil Medvedev after finishing runner-up in the first Masters came back strongly to win the title at the Miami Open defeating Italian Jannik Sinner. Santiago Gonzalez and Edouard Roger-Vasselin won the doubles title.

April 09-16 – Monte-Carlo Masters

The pre-cursor tournament for the French Open is set to begin on 06 April. Six players (ranked inside the top 50) have confirmed their unavailability. Stephanos Tsitsipas and Rajeev Ram/Joe Salisbury were the champions in singles and doubles respectively. 

April 26-May 07 – Madrid Open

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The second Masters on clay courts is set to be held from 26 April to 07 May. Carloz Alcarez after missing out on Monte-Carlo Masters will look to participate in the event alongside clay specialist Rafael Nadal.

May 10-21 – Italian Open

The third and final clay-court Masters will be held from 10 May to 21 May in Rome. Reigning champions Novak Djokovic and Mektic / Pavic will look to defend their title in the singles and doubles.

August 07-13 – Canadian Open

Canadian Open will be the precursor tournament to the last grand slam of the season (US Open). Pablo Carreno Busta along with Wesley Koolhof / Neil Skupski were the champions in the 2022 edition.

August 13-21 – Cincinnati Masters

The Cincinnati Open is the last of all the ATP 1000 tournaments before the US Open and all the top players will be looking to play and get warmed up ahead of the grand slam. Borna Coric from Croatia and Rajeev Ram/Joe Salisbury are the reigning champions in the singles and doubles.

October 04-15 – Shanghai Masters

Novak Djokovic vs Daniil Medvedev Adelaide International

Shanghai Masters is the only of all the ATP 1000 tournaments to be held in Asia. The tournament was last held in 2019 and due to the pandemic couldn’t be held for the next three years. Daniil Medvedev and Mate Pavic / Bruno Soares were the champions in the 2019 edition. 

October 30-05 November – Paris Masters

Paris Masters is the last ATP tour tournament before the ATP Finals. All the top athletes will be participating in order to score maximum ranking points thereby qualifying for the ATP Finals. Holger Rune and Wesley Koolhof / Neil Skupski are the reigning champions in the singles and doubles.

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