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Tsitsipas operated on his right elbow. Will it be in time for the Australian Open?

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Next season, the tournament will be held in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney from January 1st, in preparation for the "Australian Open" which will start on January 17th.

The other day, due to an injury to his right elbow, he abstained from "Nitto ATP Finals" in the world ranking 4 ... → Continue reading


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Australian Open

Australian Open(Zengo Open, English:Australian Open) In the second half of January every yearAustralia OfMelbourneWill be held inTennis Of4 major international competitionsone of. Hosted and operated by.


Of the venueMelbourne ParkIs a stadium with a retractable roofRod Laver ArenaCentered onMargaret Court Arenaincluding26 sides[Source required]Mono coat is in place. In 2000 as a sub arenaVodafone Arena(Currently John Kane Arena) was built, and in 2015, renovation work to install a retractable roof at Margaret Court Arena was completed, and three retractable covered stadiums will be installed.The Australian Open is the first tournament to have a retractable roof at the venue.[Source required].

The winner of the Men's Singles categoryNorman Brooks・Challenge Cup is the winner of the Women's Singles categoryDaphne Akhurst・ A Memorial Cup will be presented.

The Australian Open is a tournament with many changes in the timing. When it was held at the Kooyong Tennis Club, it was held in January until 1976 as it is today, but in 1 it was held twice in January and December. Then, from 1977 to 1, it was held at the end of December. Returning to January from 12, the venue moved to Melbourne Park in 2, and is still in existence. The "1978 Australian Open" was not held due to changes in the timing of the relocation of the venue (December 1985 → January 12).


TV broadcast

Within AustraliaNine NetworkAired in[6], The men's and women's singles finals will be held at night in local time.

As of 2020, in JapanNHKとWOWOWIs being broadcast on[7].

Regarding satellite waves, WOWOW has been holding it since 1992, shortly after its opening.[8].In the past, terrestrialTelevision Tokyo Channel 12, Ltd.Until 2001, only the men's and women's singles finals were broadcast, but after 2002 it was canceled.[Source required]..Before that讀賣TV broadcastingAs a production stationNTV seriesWas broadcast from 1988 to 1991 for[9].. After 2012Japan Broadcasting Corporation(NHK) was broadcasting some games, but won the right to broadcast terrestrial in 2015. In principleMidnight channelIt will be a framed recording relay,Kei Nishikori,大 坂 な お みWhen a featured Japanese player participates, live broadcasting is being conducted[10][11]..However, NHK's comprehensive multi-organization "SubchannelMay be used to broadcast the match between Kei Nishikori and Naomi Osaka.[Note 2]

Singles winner of the last 10 years

2012Serbian flag Novak DjokovicBelarusian flag Victoria AzarenkaAzarenka is the first Belarusian to win four major competitions.
2013Serbian flag Novak DjokovicBelarusian flag Victoria AzarenkaDjokovicHas won the record three consecutive games since it opened. The most tie record 3 times (4nd tie).
2014Swiss flag Stanislas WawrinkaFlag of the People's Republic of China Li NaWawrinka is the first time in nine yearsBIG4Other than the winner.
2015Serbian flag Novak DjokovicUnited States flag Serena WilliamsDjokovicHas won the record number 5 times since the opening. Williams is the oldest champion of this tournament since it was opened.
2016Serbian flag Novak DjokovicGerman flag Angelique KelverDjokovic is Thailand's sixth-highest champion in history.
2017Swiss flag Roger FedererUnited States flag Serena WilliamsFederer wins his fifth victory for the first time in seven years. Williams has won the 7rd time in a total of four major tournaments, which has become the most since the opening.
2018Swiss flag Roger FedererDanish flag Caroline WozniackiFederer wins Thailand for the second time in a row for the 2th time, the 6th victory in the 4 major tournaments. Wozniacki won the first of four major competitions.
2019Serbian flag Novak DjokovicJapanese flag 大 坂 な お みNaomi Osaka became the first Asian player to rank first in the world.
2020Serbian flag Novak DjokovicUnited States flag Sophia KeninDjokovic is the eighth-highest win ever. Kennin won the 8 major tournaments for the first time.
2021Serbian flag Novak DjokovicJapanese flag 大 坂 な お みDjokovic won his ninth victory for three consecutive years.Naomi Osaka won the championship for the second time.


Men 1905 onwards
Men's Singles Most WinnerBefore 1967Australian flag Roy Emerson61961, 1963-1967
After 1968Serbian flag Novak Djokovic92008, 2011-2013, 2015-2016, 2019-2021
Men's singles consecutive victory recordBefore 1967Australian flag Roy Emerson51963-1967
After 1968Serbian flag Novak Djokovic32011-2013, 2019-2021
Men's Doubles Most WinnerBefore 1967Australian flag Adrian quist101936-1940, 1946-1950
After 1968United States flag Bob Bryan
United States flag Mike Bryan
62006-2007, 2009-2011, 2013
2006-2007, 2009-2011, 2013
Men's doubles consecutive victory recordBefore 1967Australian flag Adrian quist101936-1950
After 1968United States flag Bob Bryan
United States flag Mike Bryan
Men's Mixed Doubles Most WinnerBefore 1967Australian flag Harry hopman
Australian flag
41930, 1936-1937, 1939
1940, 1946-1948
After 1968United States flag31988-1990
Most men's championship[Note 3]Before 1967Australian flag Adrian quist131936-1950 (3 singles, 10 doubles, 0 mixed)
After 1968Serbian flag Novak Djokovic92008-2021 (9 singles, 0 doubles, 0 mixed)
woman After 1922
Women's Singles Most WinnerThe entireAustralian flag Margaret Court111960-1966, 1969-1971, 1973
Before 1967Australian flag Margaret Court71960-1966
After 1968United States flag Serena Williams72003, 2005, 2007, 2009-2010, 2015,2017, XNUMX
Women's singles consecutive victory record
Before 1967Australian flag Margaret Court71960-1966
After 1968Australian flag Margaret Court
Australian flag Yvonne Gouragong
German flag Steffi Graph
Yugoslavia flag ユ ー ゴ ス ラ ビ ア Monica Seresh
Swiss flag Martina Hingis
Most women's doubles championship
Before 1967Australian flag Thelma Coyne Long121936-1940, 1947, 1948-1949, 1951-1952, 1956, 1958
After 1968United States flag Martina Navratilova81980, 1982-1985, 1987-1989
Women's doubles consecutive championship record
Before 1967Australian flag Thelma Coyne Long
Australian flag Nancye Wynne Bolton
After 1968United States flag Martina Navratilova
United States flag Pam Shriver
71982-1985, 1987-1989
1982-1985, 1987-1989
Most women's mixed doubles championshipBefore 1967Australian flag Daphne Akhurst
Australian flag Nell Hall Hopman
Australian flag Nancye Wynne Bolton
Australian flag Thelma Coyne Long
41924-1925, 1928-1929
1930, 1936-1937, 1939
1940, 1946-1948
1951-1952, 1954-1955
After 1968Czechoslovak flag Yana Novotna
Latvian flag Larisa Neland
Women's most championship[Note 3]Before 1967Australian flag Nancye Wynne Bolton201936-1952 (6 singles, 10 doubles, 4 mixed)
After 1968United States flag Martina Navratilova121980-2003 (3 singles, 8 doubles, 1 mixed)

Number of wins ranking

playerNumber of times
Serbian flag Novak Djokovic9
Australian flag Roy Emerson6
Swiss flag Roger Federer
Australian flag Jack Crawford4
Australian flag Ken Rosewall
United States flag Andre Agassi

Winning prize (men and women singles)

ConventionAmount (boys)Amount (women)
1989 Convention14AUD13AUD
1990 Convention20AUD19AUD
1991 Convention24AUD
1992 Convention27AUD
1993 Convention41AUD
1994 Convention46AUD
1995 Convention36AUD
1996 Convention41AUD38AUD
1997 Convention58AUD54AUD
1998 Convention61AUD57AUD
1999 Convention72AUD67AUD
2000 Convention75AUD71AUD
2001 Convention83AUD
2002 Convention100AUD
2003 Convention112AUD
2004 Convention120AUD
2005 Convention120AUD
2006 Convention122AUD
2007 Convention128AUD
2008 Convention137AUD
2009 Convention200AUD
2010 Convention210AUD
2011 Convention220AUD
2012 Convention230AUD
2013 Convention243AUD
2014 Convention265AUD
2015 Convention300AUD
2016 Convention340AUD
2017 Convention370AUD
2018 Convention400AUD
2019 Convention410AUD
2020 Convention412AUD


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注 釈

  1. ^ Rebound Ace (1988–2007) — Plexi Cushion (2008–19) — GreenSet (2020–Present)
  2. ^ NHK has the broadcasting rights.The Wimbledon Championship is held in the same way.
  3. ^ a b Singles / Doubles / Mixed Doubles total.


  1. ^ "Record $ 71 million in prize money for Australian Open 2020". ausopen.com. 2019/12/27Browse.
  2. ^ "Australian Open, tie-break system introduced in the final set from 19". afpbb.com. 2019/12/27Browse.
  3. ^ "GreenSet Worldwide new official court surface supplier". Tennis Australia. 2019/11/16Browse.
  4. ^ "Australian OP officially decided to open on February 2th for a historic tournament". AFPBB News. AFP. (October 2020, 12). https://www.afpbb.com/articles/-/3322247 2021/12/28Browse. 
  5. ^ "ATP Announces Updated Start To 2021 Calendar". ATP Tour.com. ATP Tour (December 2020, 12). 2020/12/22Browse.
  6. ^ "Nine secures rights to the 2019 Australian Open tennis from Seven". The Sydney Morning Herald (September 2018, 6). 2019/1/18Browse.
  7. ^ "Broadcast Partners". ausopen.com. 2020/8/13Browse.
  8. ^ "Why WOWOW is so particular about "tennis broadcasting"". toyokeizai.net. 2020/8/13Browse.
  9. ^ Yomiuri TV 50 Years Corporate History Compilation Committee, edited by Yomiuri TV 50 Years Corporate History, 2009, p. 182. 
  10. ^ [Tennis] Australian Open, NHK to acquire broadcasting rights --Sports Hochi, viewed on November 2014, 11, same day
  11. ^ Acquired NHK broadcasting rights for Nishikori --Nikkan Sports, November 2014, 11, viewed on the same day

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