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Albert Curtis. Anthony Wilding. Francis Fisher. Horace Rice. Harry Parker. Fred Alexander. Alfred Dunlop. Ernie Parker. Norman Brookes.
BRI [e]. James Cecil Parke. Alfred Beamish. Arthur O'Hara Wood. Gerald Patterson. Gordon Lowe. No competition due to World War I.
Algernon Kingscote. Eric Pockley. Pat O'Hara Wood. Ronald Thomas. Rhys Gemmell. Alf Hedeman. James Anderson. Bert St. Richard Schlesinger.
John Hawkes. James Willard. Jean Borotra. Jack Cummings. John Colin Gregory. Edgar Moon. Harry Hopman.
Jack Crawford. Keith Gledhill. Fred Perry. Adrian Quist. Vivian McGrath. John Bromwich. Don Budge. No competition due to World War II [f].
Dinny Pails. Frank Sedgman. Ken McGregor. Dick Savitt. Ken Rosewall. Mervyn Rose. Rex Hartwig. Caroline Wozniacki wants her second Australian Open crown.
Aussie fan favourite John Millman was too good for World No. There were distressing scenes on Court 5 when World No. Petkovic was leading when she went down after hitting a forehand into the net.
Petkovic eventually managed return to her feet and walk back to her chair but she was unable to play another point.
Distressing scenes on court 5 as Andrea Petkovic goes down. In what he admitted could be his last ever tournament, Andy Murray dropped the first two sets set of his match against Roberto Bautista Agut.
The Spaniard took a lead. The issue flared again on the eve of the Australian Open following reports Novak Djokovic, the ATP Tour council president, called for Kermode to be replaced at a council meeting in Melbourne over the weekend.
De Minaur carefully addressed the divisive subject following his straight sets win over Pedros Souza.
The Next Gen series is flying. Prizemoney has gone up. As you can see in the video below, it was far from the sporting gesture the post-match handshake is supposed to represent.
That handshake between Putintseva and Strycova was a little tense AusOpen. These bones — owwww! Just let it be. Strycova famously gave Elina Svitolina some weird skin-on-skin action in while Putintseva has some form in the matter too.
Ok, Strycova should learn Ostapenko how to do a real handshake! Blink and you will miss the "handshake". Fresh from claiming the Sydney International title, which required him to win his semi-final and final on the same day, the Australian year-old overcame his opponent in a tick under three hours.
I thought I had to be really tough today and to back it up from Sydney. His reward is a return on Wednesday to play Mirza Basic or Henri Laaksonen for a likely third-round shootout with the great Rafael Nadal.
Maria Sakkari gave her Greek fans plenty to cheer about when she shocked the 22nd seeded Jelena Ostapenko in three sets.
The unseeded year-old Sakkari defeated the French Open champion in one hour and 49 minutes. Sakkari was supported by a hoard of vocal supporters, who made their way to Melbourne Arena after watching fellow Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas book his place in the second round earlier in the day.
The Maria Sakkari fan club have arrived Amazing scenes. After witnessing Tsitsipas clinch victory, the strong army of Greek fans just marched from one side of Melbourne Park to the other, chanting and singing as they went.
Their destination? Melbourne Arena where Maria Sakkari is playing. Greek fans in Melbourne are just awesome Chanting and singing Sakkari's name at start of 3rd set after cheering on Tsitsipas earlier Like a soccer crowd AusOpen.
Another upset followed not long after their match as John Isner became the first top player to lose, bowing out in the first round to fellow giant Reilly Opelka.
The battle between the big dogs was the tallest ever grand slam match as the 2. Heather Watson had a day to forget. Source:Getty Images. The tournament committee changed the structure of the tournament to include seeding at that time.
The new facilities at Melbourne Park formerly Flinders Park were envisaged to meet the demands of a tournament that had outgrown Kooyong's capacity.
The move to Melbourne Park was an immediate success, with a 90 percent increase in attendance in , on the previous year at Kooyong , Because of Australia's geographic remoteness, very few foreign players entered this tournament in the early 20th century.
In the s, the trip by ship from Europe to Australia took about 45 days. In Christchurch in , of a small field of 10 players, only two Australians attended and the tournament was won by a New Zealander.
The first tournaments of the Australasian Championships suffered from the competition of the other Australasian tournaments. Before , all Australian states, and New Zealand, had their own championships; the first being organised in in Melbourne and called the Championship of the Colony of Victoria later the Championship of Victoria.
Brookes took part once and won in , and Wilding entered and won the competition twice and Their meetings in the Victorian Championships or at Wimbledon helped to determine the best Australasian players.
Even when the Australasian Championships were held in Hastings, New Zealand, in , Wilding, though three times Wimbledon champion, did not come back to his home country.
It was a recurring problem for all players of the era. Brookes went to Europe only three times, where he reached the Wimbledon Challenge Round once and then won Wimbledon twice.
Beginning in , when the first Australian Open was held on the Milton Courts at Brisbane, the tournament was open to all players, including professionals who were not allowed to play the traditional circuit.
The tournament was won by Arthur Ashe. Wilander won the singles title  and both his Davis Cup singles rubbers in the Swedish loss to Australia at Kooyong shortly after.
In the tournament was first held at Flinders Park later renamed Melbourne Park. In , after being used for 20 years, the Rebound Ace was replaced by a cushioned, medium-paced,  acrylic surface known as Plexicushion Prestige.
The main benefits of the new surface are better consistency and less retention of heat because of a thinner top layer.
The change was controversial because of the new surface's similarity to DecoTurf , the surface used by the US Open.
Before the Melbourne Park stadium era, tournament dates fluctuated as well, in particular in the early years because of the climate of each site or exceptional events.
For example, the tournament was held in January the tournament was played in March and the tournament in Brisbane took place in August when the weather was not too hot and wet.
From to , the tournament was played in mid-December. Then it was decided to move the next tournament to mid-January January , which meant no tournament was organized in Since , the Australian Open date has not changed.
However, some top players, including Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal , have said that the tournament is held too soon after the Christmas and New Year holidays, thus preventing players from reaching their best form, and expressed a desire to shift it to February.
In New South Wales authorities made clear their desire to bid for hosting rights to the tournament once Melbourne's contract expired in Notably a retractable roof was placed over Margaret Court Arena, making the Open the first of the four Grand Slams to have retractable roofs available on three of their show courts.
In December , tournament organisers announced the Australian Open would follow the examples set by Wimbledon and the US Open and introduce tie-breaks in the final sets of men's and women's singles matches.
Unlike Wimbledon and the US Open, which initiate conventional tie-breaks at games and games respectively, the Australian Open utilises a first to 10 points breaker at 6 games all.
In , the tournament organisers decided to replace the official court manufacturer for GreenSet retaining the iconic blue cushioned acrylic hardcourt.
Its use started in From to , the Seven Network served as the host broadcaster of the Australian Open. In March , it was announced that the Nine Network had acquired the rights to the tournament beginning in , for a period of five years.
The network later bought the rights for the tournament as well. In Europe the tournament is broadcast on Eurosport. In the United Kingdom, the BBC dropped its live coverage of the tournament just a month before the start due to budget cuts, leaving Eurosport as the exclusive live broadcaster.
It is broadcast on TSN in Canada. The following record of attendance begins in , when the tournament moved from being held in December to in January the immediate preceding tournament was December The prize money awarded in the men's and women's singles tournaments is distributed equally.
Note: All amounts in Australian dollars. The names of the tournament winners are inscribed on the perpetual trophy cups. Novak Djokovic was the winner of the Men's Singles in It was his 17th Major Singles title and his eighth at the Australian Open.
Sofia Kenin was the winner of the Women's Singles in It was her first Grand Slam title. Rajeev Ram was part of the winning Men's Doubles in It was his second Grand Slam title.
Joe Salisbury was part of the winning Men's Doubles team in It was his first Grand Slam title. Kristina Mladenovic was part of the winning Women's Doubles team in The Australian Open is played at Melbourne Park , which is located in the Melbourne Sports and Entertainment Precinct ; the event moved to this site in Currently three of the courts have retractable roofs, allowing play to continue during rain and extreme heat.
As of , spectators can also observe play at Show Courts 2 and 3, which have capacities of 3, each,  as well as at Courts 4—15, 19 and 20 with the aid of temporary seating grandstands of capacity anywhere from 50 to 2, Between and , all of the courts used during the Australian Open were hard courts with Plexicushion acrylic surfaces though Melbourne Park does have eight practice clay courts these are not used for the tournament.
This replaced the Rebound Ace surface used from the opening of Melbourne Park. The ITF rated the surface's speed as medium. Unlike the other three Grand Slam tournaments, which became open in , the Australian tournament opened to professionals in Thus, the records here break at the tournament.
Citations for these records. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the tennis tournament. For other uses, see Australian Open disambiguation.
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