The Australian Open is the first grand slam of the season and continues to grow in popularity each year - read on below for a comprehensive guide on everything you need to know about one of the biggest tennis tournaments in history.
|A general view of Rod Laver Arena, the centre court at Melbourne Park for the Australian Open|
Widely regarded as the ‘Happy Slam’ due to its vibrant and feel-good nature, the Australian Open is held in the energetic city of Melbourne every year, usually during the final fortnight of January. Just about every legend in tennis has captured the prestigious Norman Brookes Challenge Cup (men) or Daphne Akhurst Memorial Trophy (women), with the Australian Open remaining a source of global attraction for tennis fans all over the world - along with the three other grand slams, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the US Open.
Magical tennis and everlasting memories is guaranteed every year when leading male and female players converge in Melbourne for one of tennis’s ultimate prizes. Keep scrolling for a complete wrap on the Australian Open, including history, records, former champions and so much more!
- History Of Australian Open Tennis Grand Slam
- Australian Open 2017 Tournament Format And Schedule
- Australian Open 2017 Tournament Prize Money
- Australian Open Champions - Who's Won The Most Titles?
- Australian Open Champions Ranking Points
- Australian Open Championship Fun Facts
- Australian Open 2017 Live Stream - HOW TO WATCH ONLINE?