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2019 Australian Open Tennis
Watch international tennis stars at the Australian Open
Experience one of the world's most exciting tennis tournaments; the Australian Open is held annually and sees some of the sport's greatest players battle it out to be crowned champion. Played in January, it is the largest sporting event in the Southern Hemisphere and guarantees inspirational play and a wide variety of side events. Buy or sell Australian Open tickets on StubHub today to experience the sporting event of a lifetime.
Record attendance at the Australian Open
The Australian Open was first held in 1905, with the men's singles tournament won by Rodney Heath. It was originally not very international, as the journey to Australia from Europe or the USA took far too long to be attractive to many players - now, however, it is one of the most well-regarded tournaments in the world. With men's, women's, doubles, juniors' and wheelchair championships all included in the two-week event, it is a truly exciting spectacle for any tennis fan. Held at Melbourne Park, attendance of the Australian Open reached a new record in 2018 when over 743,000 people made it the best-attended Grand Slam event in history. With retractable roofs now fully protecting the three courts from rain or extreme Melbourne heat, the tournament can go ahead with indoor or outdoor play and is thus free of any frustration for the avid spectators. Join the cheering crowds and experience all the drama of the next championship by securing your Australian Open tickets now.
Join the cheering crowds at the Australian Open
While the original surface of the Australian Open was grass, the tournament has been played on hard surfaces since 1988. Together with the US Open Tennis, the French Open - Roland Garros and Wimbledon, it makes up the Grand Slam of tennis tournaments and is the first to be played every year. The thrilling 2018 championship saw Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki win the men's and women's singles events respectively; other recent winners of the Australian Open have included Novak Djokovic (who took no fewer than three consecutive titles) and Rafael Nadal in the men's tournament, and Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka in the women's. With so much international talent playing here, tennis fans will be thrilled at every moment and have the opportunity to watch history being made on the court. With match-specific tickets, day passes and hospitality packages available, you have many different ways to make this an event of a lifetime. Buy or sell your Australian Open tickets on StubHub today for a unique sporting experience Down Under!
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