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The Australian Open, also known as Australian Open, is the first of four Grand Slam tournaments in the tennis calendar year. It is held annually in Melbourne, lasting two weeks in January. Following it is Roland Garros, taking place in the last week of May and the first week of June. Next comes Wimbledon, scheduled for June or July, and finally, the US Open, the last Grand Slam tournament of the year, held at the end of August and beginning of September.

Australian Open - Betting

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Australian Open 2024 Recap

The Australian Open 2024, held at Melbourne Park, concluded with exceptional victories, with Jannik Sinner becoming the men's singles champion. The Italian overcame third seed Daniil Medvedev with scores of 3-6 3-6 6-4 6-4 6-3, making him the first Italian to win the title at the Australian Open in the Open Era and the youngest player from his country to win a Grand Slam.

In the men's doubles, Rohan Bopanna and his partner Matthew Ebden clinched the title, defeating Italians Simone Bolelli and Andrea Vavassori. Taiwanese Hsieh Su-Wei and Belgian Elise Mertens triumphed in women's doubles, beating Jelena Ostapenko and Lyudmyla Kichenok. In the mixed doubles, Hsieh Su-Wei and Jan Zielinski took the title, overcoming Desirae Krawczyk and Neal Skupski.

At 22, Sinner became the youngest Australian Open champion since 2008, while Aryna Sabalenka, at 25, secured her second Grand Slam title by winning the Australian Open 2023. Rohan Bopanna, at the age of 43, won his first Grand Slam in men's doubles, becoming the oldest male player to achieve this.

Australian Open 2023

The 2023 Australian Open is scheduled to start on January 16th. As every year, it is expected to broadcast exciting matches, with unpredictability lasting until the very end of the competition.

Australian Open Results

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Australian Open - History

The Australian Open championship was first held on grass courts in Melbourne in 1905. Since its inaugural event, this tournament has been held in five different Australian cities, most frequently in Melbourne. It adopted its current name, Australian Open, in 1969 with the novelty that this tournament could be played by both professionals and amateurs.

The tournament was not held from 1916 to 1918 due to World War I, and again from 1941 to 1945 due to World War II. Since 1972, the tournament has been held solely in Melbourne, and from 1988 exclusively at the new stadium complex known as Melbourne Park, with a new surface. No longer played on grass, it moved to a hard court. New facilities at Melbourne Park have increased public interest in this tournament, raising its viewership and attendance to enviable levels.

In the early 20th century, due to the distance of Australia from Europe, only a few foreign players participated in this tournament, but their number grew with the tournament's increasing popularity.

In its early years, the month of the Australian Open's occurrence often changed. From 1982 to 1985, the tournament was held in mid-December, but it was moved to January in 1987, and since then, it has always taken place in January. The 1986 tournament was not held due to the change in the month of the event, and in 2021, it was postponed to February due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

In 2008, Melbourne Park installed retractable roofs over the main tennis courts, making the Australian Open the first tournament whose matches could be played uninterrupted, without delays due to weather conditions.

Tennis Australian Open - Prize Money

The Australian Open is played for prize money as well as trophies. The trophies that adorn the showcases of the best tennis players who have won the Australian Open have special names in the men's and women's singles categories. The trophy awarded to the men's singles winner is called the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup, while the trophy lifted by the women's singles winner is named the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup. Both trophies bear the names of the tournament's champions.

The total prize pool for the 2020 Australian Open was 75 million Australian dollars.

The prize money is paid out in Australian dollars. It is the same for winners in both the men's and women's categories, and the prize in doubles categories is not individual but applies to the entire team.

The prizes for the Australian Open are as follows:
  1. Singles winner - 2,875,000;
  2. Singles finalist - 1,575,000;
  3. Semi-finalist in singles - 895,000;
  4. Quarter-finalist in singles - 538,500;
  5. Doubles winners - 675,000;
  6. Doubles finalists - 360,000;
  7. Semi-finalist in doubles - 205,000;
  8. Quarter-finalist in doubles - 113,000;
  9. Mixed doubles winners - 190,000;
  10. Mixed doubles finalists - 100,000;
  11. Semi-finalist in mixed doubles - 50,000;
  12. Quarter-finalist in mixed doubles - 24,000.

Prize money is also awarded to lower-ranked players; only the most significant awards are listed here.

Greatest Tennis Players of the Australian Open

The greatest tennis players of the Australian Open are considered those who have lifted the championship trophy at least three times during their careers. Among the best tennis players of the Australian Open, you won't find Rafael Nadal's name since he has won this competition only twice, but his victory in 2022 at this tournament brought him the record for the most titles at Grand Slam tournaments.

  • Novak Djokovic (9)
  • Roger Federer (6)
  • Roy Emerson (6)
  • Jack Crawford (4)
  • Ken Rosewall (4)
  • Andre Agassi (4)
  • Rod Laver (3)
  • Mats Wilander (3)

Australian Open: Djokovic

Novak Djokovic is a professional tennis player from Serbia. In his career, he has won 21 Grand Slam titles, just one fewer than Rafael Nadal. He holds the record for being number one in the ATP rankings for a total of 373 weeks. Many tennis experts consider him one of the greatest tennis players in history. Spectators enjoy his masterful moves, eagerly anticipating each of his performances on the court.

Roger Federer

Roger Federer is a Swiss professional tennis player. Along with Djokovic, he shares the second place for the number of Grand Slam titles won - 20, making him considered by many tennis historians as one of the greatest tennis players of all time. He possesses many other awards and recognitions and is highly esteemed by his colleagues and fans worldwide.

Roy Emerson

Roy Emerson, a former Australian tennis player, is renowned for being the fourth player to win all four Grand Slam tournaments. He holds 12 titles across all Grand Slams and 16 in men's doubles competitions.

Jack Crawford

Jack Crawford, a former Australian tennis player, became the world's number one as an amateur in tennis in 1933. He won medals and Grand Slam tournaments. In 1979, he was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

Ken Rosewall

Ken Rosewall, a professional Australian tennis player, won 8 Grand Slam singles titles and 9 in doubles. His career peaked from the early 1950s to the early 1970s. He was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 1980.

Andre Agassi

Andre Agassi, a former American tennis player, won 8 Grand Slam titles and one Olympic gold medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics in his career. He was ranked number one in the ATP rankings and also worked successfully as a tennis coach.

Rod Laver

Rod Laver, a former Australian tennis player, was the world number one for seven consecutive years in his career. He is the only tennis player who, in the Open Era, after 1968, managed to win all four Grand Slam tournaments in two consecutive years.

Mats Wilander

Mats Wilander, a former Swedish professional tennis player, won 7 Grand Slam singles titles and one in doubles. He was once ranked number one on the ATP list, and as a tennis coach, he worked with Tatiana Golovin and Paul-Henri Mathieu.

Australian Open Final

The Australian Open final is the last match of this tennis Grand Slam tournament in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles. The Australian Open final determines the tournament winner who lifts the triumphant trophy and records a victory at one of the four most-followed Grand Slam tournaments. The Australian Open final is played in best of five sets in men's singles and in best of three sets in all other categories. Here are the winners of the Australian Open final for 2022.

  • In men's singles - Rafael Nadal
  • In women's singles - Ashleigh Barty
  • In men's doubles - Thanasi Kokkinakis and Matthew Ebden
  • In women's doubles - Barbora Krejčíková and Anna Danilina
  • In mixed doubles - Kristina Mladenovic and Ivan Dodig

What's notable for this season is that Novak Djokovic did not participate in the tournament, and Rafael Nadal, by winning the title, with a total of 22 record Grand Slam titles, became the most trophy-laden tennis player in Grand Slams.

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