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WTA Tennis Calendar: Full Schedule & Previous Winners For Women’s Tennis Season

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Clive Brunskill/Getty. Pictured: Iga Swiatek.

The women’s tennis season is a grueling one, with 79 sanctioned tournaments set to be played throughout the 2023 season.

2022 was the year of Iga Swiatek and Ashleigh Barty, as the former won two Grand Slam tournaments and dominated the proceedings throughout the calendar while the Australian remained one of the names of the season despite retiring after winning the Australian Open.

Will anyone be able to step up and match the consistency of the World No. 1? That is the question that needs to be answered.

Read on for the full WTA tennis calendar for the upcoming season, including the previous winners of each event.

Note: The WTA hasn’t yet released its calendar beyond August.

Tournament Dates Tournament Level Most Recent Winner
United Cup Dec. 29 – Jan. 8 Hybrid USA
Adelaide International 1 Jan. 1 – Jan. 8 500 Aryna Sabalenka
ASB Classic – Auckland Jan. 2 – Jan. 8 250 Coco Gauff
Adelaide International 2 Jan. 9 – Jan. 14 500 Belinda Bencic
Hobart International Jan. 9 – Jan. 14 250 Lauren Davis
Australian Open Jan. 16 – Jan. 29 Grand Slam Aryna Sabalenka
Open 6E Sens Metropole De Lyon Jan. 30 – Feb. 5 250 Shuai Zhang
Thailand Open – Hua Hin Jan. 30 – Feb. 5 250 Magda Linette
Upper Austria Ladies Linz Feb. 6 – Feb. 12 250 Alison Riske-Amritraj
Qatar Open – Doha Feb. 13 – Feb. 18 500 Iga Swiatek
Dubai Tennis Championships Feb. 19 – Feb. 25 1000 Jelena Ostapenko
Merida Open Feb. 20 – Feb. 26 250 N/A*
ATX Open – Austin Feb. 27 – Mar. 5 250 N/A*
Abierto GNP Seguros – Monterrey Feb. 27 – Mar. 5 250 Leylah Fernandez
BNP Paribas Open – Indian Wells Mar. 8 – Mar. 19 1000 Iga Swiatek
Miami Open Mar. 21 – Apr. 2 1000 Iga Swiatek
Charleston Open Apr. 3 – Apr. 9 500 Belinda Bencic
Copa Colsanitas – Bogota Apr. 3 – Apr. 9 250 Tatjana Maria
Porsche Tennis Grand Prix – Stuttgart Apr. 17 – Apr. 23 500 Iga Swiatek
TEB BNP Paribas Tennis Championship Istanbul Apr. 17 – Apr. 23 250 Anastasia Potapova
Madrid Open Apr. 25 – May 6 1000 Ons Jabeur
Internazionali BNL D’Italia May 8 – May 21 1000 Iga Swiatek
Internationaux De Strasbourg May 21 – May 27 250 Angelique Kerber
Grand Prix Son Altesse Royale La Princesse Lalla Meryem – Rabat May 21 – May 27 250 Martina Trevisan
French Open May 28 – June 11 Grand Slam Iga Swiatek
Libema Open – s’Hertogenbosch June 12 – June 18 250 Ekaterina Alexandrova
Rothesay Open – Nottingham June 12 – June 18 250 Beatriz Haddad Maia
Bett1Open – Berlin June 19 – June 25 500 Ons Jabeur
Rothesay Classic – Birmingham June 19 – June 25 250 Beatriz Haddad Maia
Bad Homburg Open June 25 – July 1 250 Caroline Garcia
Rothesay International – Eastbourne June 25 – July 1 500 Petra Kvitova
Wimbledon July 3 – July 16 Grand Slam Elena Rybakina
Hungarian Grand Prix – Budapest July 17 – July 23 250 Bernarda Pera
Palermo Ladies Open July 17 – July 23 250 Irina-Camelia Begu
Hamburg European Open July 23 – July 29 250 Bernarda Pera
Ladies Open Lausanne July 24 – July 30 250 Petra Martic
BNP Paribas Poland Open – Warsaw July 24 – July 31 250 Caroline Garcia
Prague Open July 31 – Aug. 6 250 Marie Bouzkova
Silicon Valley Classic – San Jose July 31 – Aug. 6 500 Daria Kasatkina
Omnium National Bank Open – Montreal Aug. 7 – Aug. 13 1000 Simona Halep
Western & Southern Open – Cincinnati Aug. 14 – Aug. 20 1000 Caroline Garcia
Tennis in the Land – Cleveland Aug. 20 – Aug. 26 250 Liudmila Samsonova
Championnats Banque Nationale De Granby Aug. 20 – Aug. 26 250 Daria Kasatkina
US Open Aug. 28 – Sep. 10 1000 Iga Swiatek
  • The 2023 edition of the Merida Open is the first in the event’s history.
  • The 2023 edition of the ATX Open is the first in the event’s history.

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