Roger Federer Schedule 2022 Updated

Roger Federer’s 2022 Schedule: What tournaments is Federer playing in 2022?

The Swiss Wizard, 20 Grand Slam Winner, and current ATP world No. 3 in men’s singles, Roger Federer never seems to stop winning titles but most of it is due to his carefully planned schedule. Roger Federer’s schedule is shorter for 2022 compared to 2019 where he played 17 tournaments, including a return to the clay at the French Open where he made it to the semi-finals, Federer picked up his first title of 2019 in Dubai and went on to claim a total of four titles last year.

In his 21-year career Roger Federer has won a record eight Wimbledon titles and was almost close to making it nine in 2019, he played his 12th Wimbledon final and faced Novak Djokovic but lost in a thrilling 5-hour match with scores 7-6(7-5), 1-6,7-6(7-4), 4-6,13-12(7-3).

 A lot of commentators are predicting 2022 might be his last season since Federer has never been so open and early with his schedule announcements before.

Roger Federer Schedule for 2022

Injury Concerns

 Roger Federer met an injury at the Australian Open, injuring his groin during his match against Tennys Sandgren in the quarter-final. He also took a medical timeout during his semi-final match against Novak Djokovic, where the Serb gave Federer a straight-set defeat.

Nevertheless, he then went on to play both the singles and doubles match against his arch-rival Rafael Nadal in his Cape Town exhibition the next week, so it seems he his fit enough to continue his title chase. He has also mentioned he will be scheduling in a long-needed ‘extended break’ this season.

Roger Federer Schedule 2022

Here is the Roger Federer’s tournament schedule for 2022 and it may be subject to change.

January 

  • Australian Open (Jan 20 – Feb 2)

Surface – Outdoor Hard (Greenset)

February 

  • Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championships (Feb 17 – 29)

Surface – Outdoor Hard (DecoTurf)

March & April 

  • BNP Paribas Open (March 9 – 22)

Surface – Outdoor Hard

  • Miami Open (March 25 – April 5)

Surface – Outdoor Hard

May 

  • Mutua Madrid Open (May 4 – 10)
  • International BNL d’ Italia (May 11 – 17)
  • Roland Garros / French Open (May 24 – June 7)

Surface – Outdoor Clay

June 

  • Noventi Open (June 13 – 21)

Surface – Grass

July

  • Wimbledon (June 29 – July 12)

Surface – Grass

  • Olympics (July 24 – August 9)

Surface – Outdoor Hard

August & September 

  • Western and Southern Open (Aug 15 – 23)

Surface – Outdoor Hard (DecoTurf)

  • US Open (Aug 31 – Sept 13)

Surface – Outdoor Hard (DecoTurf)

  • Laver Cup (Sept 25 – 27)

Surface – Indoor Hard

October 

  • Swiss Indoors Basel (October 19-27)

Surface – Indoors Hard (Greenset)

November

  • ATP Finals, London

Will Roger Federer play the Olympics 2022?

Yes, Federer recently confirmed he will be participating in the Olympic Games in Tokyo just after Wimbledon. He will be aiming to win the prestigious singles gold medal which is the only thing missing in his near-perfect resume to compliment the doubles gold medal he won with Stan Wawrinka back in 2008 and the silver medal in singles 2012. 

What Tournament is Federer Playing Next?

Federer’s next tournament is the Dubai Duty-Free Tennis Championships which is scheduled to take place in Dubai from 17 to 29 February 2022.

There are speculations that Federer might even play the Shanghai Rolex Masters (October 11 – 18). Federer will play a total of four Grand Slams in 2022.

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