If you are an avid tennis enthusiast, then one of your biggest dreams is visiting the 4 Grand Slam Tennis Tournaments. Luckily for you, these tournaments happen to take place in some of the best locations around the world, and there are plenty of things to do even when you are not watching Federer or Djokovic play. 

And if you are one of the lucky ones, you have already been to some of these tournaments and know just how thrilling it can be to wait for the next point while surrounded with so many people in complete silence. But what if you could visit all 4 in one single year? To be able to follow the progress of your favorite players as they switch from clay to grass courts. It is possible! With a good time and budget organization, you could have the year of your life and a trip around the world.

Australia Open

Begin the year by escaping the cold winter days and having a January like no other. Book your ticket and hotel in Melbourne and be ready for some of the best tennis in the world.

Chronologically the first Grand Slam that used to be held in December, is a tennis tournament not to be missed. But even with some of the greatest names like Nadal or Monfils on the court, there is so much to see in this amazing city like Eureka Skydeck 88, Shrine of Remembrance, and Melbourne Star Observation Wheel.

Roland Garros

Before heading off to Paris take your time to refill your energy because you will need it. Your second journey will be reserved for mid-May when you will enjoy one of the most romantic cities in Europe and in the world. But besides movie-like streets and fantastic food, Paris is also the home to the premier clay tennis tournament, the French Open. Also known as Roland Garros, this is also the only Grand Slam that is held on clay. So you will have two weeks to enjoy first-class tennis matches but also one of the best cities in the world. Watch players like Zverev or Thiem and afterward visit the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, or the Avenue des Champs-Élysées.

Wimbledon

After only a couple of weeks of respite, your trip continues to the oldest tennis tournament in the world. London, England, the home to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, but also to one of the most prestigious tournaments that began its history in 1877. Beautiful hats, players dressed in white, and the greenest grass that you have ever seen. Combined with the greatest players in the world, this tournament will leave a lasting impression on you. But, that is not all. If you haven’t noticed, this tennis tournament is held in one of the most popular tourist destinations around the globe. If you are not interested in watching every single match you can always go to check out Big Ben, Vukingem Palace, or simply drink a cup of tea in a local cafe. 

US Open

Your trip will end in the most incredible city in the world – New York. The Big Apple will embrace you and show you all its beautiful lights. Finish the grand tour by climbing the top of the Empire State Building to celebrate the end of your amazing adventure.