Thursday 20 November 2014

The 2015 Tennis Calendar

Have you ever felt the need to integrate the tennis calendar with your own? Well, now you can! Just like in 2013 and 2014, the importable ATP and WTA calendars for the 2015 season are here.

Both tours are still working out some of the information, so new events will be added as they're announced (like the ATP's recent addition of the Geneva 250 instead of the tournament in Dusseldorf). Additionally, the start/end days of the ATP tournaments weren't published yet, so I'm basing this version on the 2014 calendar - info about Sunday starts and Saturday finals might still change.

The calendar you see below has all the ATP and WTA tournaments for 2015, including information about tournament category (250/500/M1000/GS for the men, International/Premier/P5/PM/GS for the women), surface, and dates (including Sunday starts or Saturday finals).

If you're using Google Calendar, you can add these calendars (ATP and WTA separately, for those who only want one of them) to your schedule with a couple of clicks (in fact, if you've already added the 2013/14 version to your Google Calendar, the 2015 events are already there!).
If you're using a different calendar, you can import the calendars separately in XML or iCal format for the ATP, and the same for WTA (XML, iCal). Or, you can just use the calendar in this post, if you wish!
If, for some reason, you want to get only the 2015 events (the current calendars include all events from 2013 to this day), you can download the 2015-only calendars from here.

Enjoy, and let me know if there's anything else you'd like to see here.


  1. Awesome! Thanks so much for doing this.

  2. Hi This is great. It would be even better if you could separate the 4 Grand Slams as a separate calendar feed?

  3. Wouldn't it be best and easiest if you just made a number of Google calendars that grouped the events as appropriate and made them public and then anyone who wanted any of them could just incorporate them into their own.

    Now that you've done the hard work, that should be simple!