Novak Djokovic’s Schedule for the 2021 Season

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January 6, 2021 3:20 pm

The Serbian ace Novak Djokovic had everything going for him in the 2020 season. After ending the year as the World No. 1 for the sixth time, he equaled the record of American legend Pete Sampras.

But standing at 17 Grand Slams, Djokovic is still three major titles behind both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Therefore, his primary goal in 2021 will be to shorten the gap in the GOAT race.

Additionally, the 33-year-old is very close to the Swiss maestro’s record of 310 weeks spent as the top player. Now, it seems highly unlikely that anybody could stop him from breaking Federer’s record.

Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates at the trophy presentation ceremony after winning the men’s singles final match against Dominic Thiem of Austria on day fourteen of the 2020 Australian Open at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Andy Cheung/Getty Images)

Novak participated in mere nine tournaments in 2020 since the tennis season was cut short due to the pandemic outbreak. Of the nine, the Serbian won four titles including the Australian Open, and he finished as the runner-up at the French Open.

Moving forward, he will definitely have big aspirations for the 2021 season. For Djokovic, there are many records lined up this year that he will want to break. Take a look at the tournaments where the Serbian is expected to play.

Schedule for Novak Djokovic in 2021

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 22: Novak Djokovic of Serbia serves during his Men’s Singles second-round match against Tatsuma Ito of Japan on day three of the 2020 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 22, 2020, in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

This list is only provisional and can change according to different circumstances. Already, to contain the coronavirus in the United States, the Indian Wells Masters has been postponed until further notice.

Date Tournament Location Draw Size Classification Surface
1st Feb to 5th Feb 2021 ATP Cup Melbourne, Australia 12 teams Team tournament with round-robin matches Hard
8th Feb to 15th Feb 2021 Australian Open Melbourne, Australia 128 Grand Slam Hard
15th Mar Dubai Open Dubai, United Arab Emirates 32 ATP 500 Hard
22nd Mar to 29th Mar Miami Open Miami, United States 96 Masters 1000 Hard
12th Apr Monte-Carlo Masters Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France 56 Masters 1000 Clay
3rd May Madrid Open Madrid, Spain 56 Masters 1000 Clay
10th May Italian Open Rome, Italy 56 Masters 1000 Clay
24th May to 31st May French Open Paris, France 128 Grand Slam Clay
28th Jun to 5th July The Championships, Wimbledon London, Great Britain 128 Grand Slam Grass
26th Jul Tokyo Olympics Tokyo, Japan 64 Olympic Games Hard
16th Aug Cincinnati Masters Mason, United States 56 Masters 1000 Hard
30th Aug to 6th Sept US Open New York City, United States 128 Grand Slam Hard
11th Oct Shanghai Masters Shanghai, China 64 Masters 1000 Hard
25th Oct Vienna Open Vienna, Austria 32 ATP 500 Hard
15th Nov ATP Finals Turin, Italy 8 Tournament with round-robin matches Hard
22nd Nov Davis Cup Madrid, Spain 18 countries Team tournament with round-robin matches Hard
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Indian Wells Masters

Tucson, California 96 Masters 1000 Hard

The Serbian will begin his 2021 season at the second edition of the ATP Cup. He along with Team Serbia will defend the Cup in Melbourne Park.

Apart from the ATP Cup, Novak will defend his singles’ titles at the Australian Open, Dubai Open, Cincinnati Masters, and Rome Masters. There is indeed a lot in store for the Serbian to win in 2021.

Also Read: Dominic Thiem’s Schedule for the 2021 Season

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