Mutua Madrid Open - ATP Singles Final (Sunday 13th May)
Mutua Madrid Open - WTA Singles Final (Saturday 12th May)
Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell - Singles Final (Sunday 29th April)
Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters - Singles Final (Sunday 22nd April)
Miami Open - ATP Singles Final (Sunday 01st April)
Miami Open - WTA Singles Final (Saturday 31st March)
BNP Paribas Open - WTA Singles Final (Sunday 18th March)
BNP Paribas Open - ATP Singles Final (Sunday 18th March)
Rio Open - Singles Final (Sunday 25th February)
Australian Open - ATP Singles Final (Sunday 28th January)
The ATP World Tour comprises ATP World Tour Masters 1000, ATP World Tour 500 series, ATP World Tour 250 series and ATP Challenger Tour. The ATP tour also oversees the ATP Champions Tour for seniors. Grand Slams (as well as the Olympic Tennis Tournament and Davis Cup) do not fall under the auspices of the ATP. In these events, however, ranking points are awarded.
Players and doubles teams with most ranking points (collected during the calendar year) play in the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals, which, from 2000-2008, was run jointly with the International Tennis Federation (ITF). The week-long introductory level Futures tournaments are ITF events and they count towards ATP Entry Ranking. The four-week ITF Satellite tournaments were discontinued in 2007. Grand Slam tournaments are overseen by the ITF and they count towards the players' ATP rankings.