ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament - Rotterdam, The Netherlands
10 – 16 February 2014
The first edition of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament, held in 1974, was won by Dutch tennis ace Tom Okker. Winners over the years have included illustrious players such as Arthur Ashe, Jimmy Connors, Björn Borg, Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg. After finishing runner-up to Roger Federer in 2012, Argentine Juan Martin Del Potro won the trophy in 2013.
Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters - Monte-Carlo, Monaco
12 - 20 April 2014
The Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, the first of three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments played on clay, is a player and fan favourite due to its magnificent location and long tradition of champions. Rafael Nadal won an Open Era record eighth successive title there between 2005-2012 and has a staggering 48-2 event record.
Mutua Madrid Open – Madrid, Spain
2 - 11 May 2014
Staged in one of the world’s greatest sporting facilities, the Magic Box Tennis venue, the Mutua Madrid Open changed things up in 2012, unveiling a blue clay surface for the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament. Spaniards have won the title four times since the inaugural edition in 2002, with Rafael Nadal lifting the trophy for a third time in 2013.
Internazionali BNL d'Italia - Rome, Italy
10 - 18 May 2014
One of the most glamorous stops on the ATP World Tour, the tournament boasts high fashion, fine food and celebrity musical performances. Located at the Foro Italico in Rome, the tournament is one of the three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 contested on clay. In 2013, Rafael Nadal won a record seventh singles title.
bet-at-home Open - German Tennis Championships - Hamburg, Germany
12 – 20 July 2014
The tournament is held in the Rothenbaum Tennis Center in the heart of Hamburg, seating 13,200 spectators – the largest centre court in Germany. In 2013 Fabio Fognini won his second ATP World Tour title in as many weeks as he beat the qualifier responsible for knocking Roger Federer out of the tournament; Federico Delbonis.
Kremlin Cup by Bank of Moscow, Russia
11 – 19 October 2014
Established in 1990 and played indoors in Russia's bustling and chilly capital of Moscow in October, the Kremlin Cup by Bank of Moscow was the country's first pro international tennis tournament. Typically Russian players have dominated the event, winning 14 of the 21 titles, however in 2013, Frenchman Richard Gasquet won his third ATP World Tour title of the season in Moscow.
If Stockholm Open - Stockholm, Sweden
11 – 19 October 2014
The If Stockholm Open was first held in 1969 and there have been six different Swedish titlists in the tournament's history. In 2013 Grigor Dimitrov captured his first ATP World Tour title, becoming the first Bulgarian to win on the ATP World Tour in the Open Era.
Erste Bank Open - Vienna, Austria
11 – 19 October 2014
The Erste Bank Open, played each year in late October, is regularly frequented by the world's Top 10 players, with 18 of the 25 ATP World Tour's No. 1 players having competed in Vienna. In 2013, German Tommy Haas won the title, twelve years after his first victory at this tournament.
Swiss Indoors Basel - Basel, Switzerland
18 - 26 October 2014
Roger Federer, who once served as a ball boy at the Swiss Indoors Basel, fittingly became the first player to win five titles at his hometown tournament in 2011. In 2013, Juan Martin del Potro retained the Swiss Indoors Basel crown, beating Roger Federer in the final for the second consecutive year.
BNP Paribas Masters - Paris, France
25 October – 2 November 2013
The BNP Paribas Masters is the ninth and final ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event. As the final tournament of the regular men’s tennis season, the Palais Omnisports in Bercy showcases the cream of the crop as they vie to win the prestigious title and clinch one of the remaining qualifying spots in the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. 2013 saw World No. 2 Novak Djokovic win the tournament and become the 15th player in the Open Era to win 40 ATP World Tour titles.
Barclays ATP World Tour Finals – London, England
9- 16 November 2014
Only the best eight singles players and best eight doubles teams of the season qualify for the prestigious Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, which was staged at The O2 arena in London for a fifth straight year in 2013. Novak Djokovic lifted the trophy for a third time as he added to his 2008 and 2012 title wins with a victory over top seed Rafael Nadal.