Australian Open

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Overview

Started in 1905, Australian Open is the first tennis major of the year. Played on the synthetic “Plexicushion” surface, the tournament was the first grand slam to feature indoor play during inclement weather. The thrill of being in the wonderful city of Melbourne aside, the Australian Open gives viewers the chance to start the tennis season with a bang and get a look at the players who will be frontrunners for the year!

Previous winners

Winners at Australian Open 2019:

Men’s

  • Singles: Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
  • Doubles: Pierre-Hugues Herbert (France) / Nicolas Mahut (France)

Women’s

  • Singles: Naomi Osaka (Japan)
  • Doubles: Samantha Stosur (Australia) / Zhang Shuai (China)

Mixed Doubles

  • Barbora Krejcíková (Czech Republic) / Rajeev Ram (United States)

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Venue

Melbourne Park

Melbourne Park, Batman Ave, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Guide

Ticket info


Phone

You can book tickets over the phone through the following numbers:

  • Domestic (Australia): 1300888104
  • International: +61390399407

Schedule Timing


Date

Time

Round

Wed 9 Jan 2019 – Fri 11 Jan 2019

09:30am

Qualifying

Sat 12 Jan 2019

08:00am

Qualifying, Kids Tennis Day

Mon 14 Jan 2019 – Wed 23 Jan 2019

10:00am

Day Session

Mon 14 Jan 2019 – Wed 23 Jan 2019

05:00pm

Night Session

Thu 24 Jan 2019

  

10:00am

Women’s Singles Semifinal

5:00pm

Men’s Singles Semifinal

Fri 25 Jan 2019

   

2:00pm

Mixed Doubles Semifinal

4:00pm

Women’s Doubles Final

7:30pm

Men's Singles Semifinal

Sat 26 Jan 2019

  

1:00pm

Girls' Singles Final

 

Boys' Singles Final

7:30pm

Women’s Singles Final

 

Men's Doubles Final

Sun 27 Jan 2019

 

4:00pm

Mixed Doubles Final

7:30pm

Men’s Singles Final

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