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Australian Open

One of the four Grand Slam Tennis Tournaments held every January in Australia.
7.30pm Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time on Sunday
The winner of the women's singles title in the Australian Open  would win $2,650,000. This is the same amount for the men's
Long time associate and recent lover Peter Curcio was sitting beside Venus at the Open final.
The Australian Open was played on grass when it was played in the open air at Kooyong. In the 1980s (not sure exactly when) the Open was moved to a custom made indoor arena, now called Rod Laver Arena, which necessitated a move to an artificial playing surface that was originally green Rebound Ace.
A car can travel 28 miles per gallon of gas. How far can the car  travel on 14 gallons of
thirty - two balls are used in the Aus Open.
What is " second place astrlian open win" ? Do not understand question!
Roger Federer has won the 2010 Australian Open
Runners-up at the Australian Open receive AUD  $1,550,000 (£770,000) in prize money, while the champion home  takes home double that (£1.6m).
serena williams won the 2015 Australian open women's title which  makes her grandslamm title count to 19th. In male Novak Djokovic  beats Andy Murray to win Australian open title for men.
Yes, in 2010 Serena won australian open champion 2010 title.
"We Are Family" played at the end of the 2010 Australian Open.
I'm not 100% sure about this one but I think it's the COAG meeting
None of them, rather it was Roger Federer in three straight sets. He played Andy Murray.
He had to defend 1200 points he earned as runner-up in 2009. On February 1, 2010 these points were removed from his 52-week average and the 2000 points he earned as 2010 champion were added. An increase of 800 points.
For 2010 singles, everyone but Roger Federer and Serena Williams
So far, he has won 16 Grand Slam singles titles. The most by any male player ever.
Roger Federer and Serena WilliamsRoger Federer, of Switzerland, won the Australian Open men's singles final in 2010, beating Andy Murray, of Great Britain, in straight sets, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (11). Serena Williams, of the USA, won the women's singles final, beating Justine Henin, of Belgium, 6-4 3-6 6...
womens: Serena Williams (w) and Justine henin mens: roger federer (w) and Andy Murray
She does indeed have several nicknames: The Beast of BurdenSerena StoutarmThe Tennis-playing TruckThe Mountain that Plays TennisThe WidowermakerThe King of the WTA
She's athletic, powerful/strong, persevering, pretty temperamental during matches but kind-hearted afterwards. Overall she's an amazing athlete and down to earth as well.
Roger Federer, after defeating Fernando Gonzales in the final.   Serena Williams won the women's tournament, defeating Maria Sharapova in the final
Roger Federer, from Switzerland, present world number 1. Andy Murray beat Nadal to get into finals
i'll assume you wanna know top 100, on the mens singles side that would be Lleyton Hewitt, and on the females singles side that's Samantha Stosur and Alicia Monik, mens doubles Carsten Ball/Chris Guccione (they're partners) and womens doubles Rennae Stubbs, Samantha Stosur, and Sally Peers. :)
mens: roger federer womens: Serena Williams womens doubles: Serena and Venus Williams mens doubles: Mike and Bob Bryan
For every tennis match there maybe 60 balls needed
Ball sports like tennis can be traced back a long way and the  earliest representations can be found in carvings dating from  1500BC. The Egyptians and the people that followed actually played  ball games as part of their religious ceremonies. These traditions  and the whole concept of the ball...
4, since 1 game is 4 points. You would have to ace the serve on every single one, and it has to be you who's serving.
Over the years, most of the commentators of telecast tennis have been former players.  Over more recent years, some of the prime former Australian tennis players commentating have been: Fred Stolle, Allan Stone, John Alexander, John Newcombe, Todd Woodbridge, Mark Woodforde, Alicia Molik, Sam...
Roger Federer defeated Marat Safin for the 2004 Australian Open title.
Well according to the Australian Open website, Cara Black and Leander Paes (top seeds) d. Ekaterina Makarova and Jaroslav Levinsky - 75 63.
Yes, in straight sets.
If we are talking about tennis, The Australian Open is organised by Tennis Australia. It is sanctioned by the world governing body as an official tournament by the ITF (International Tennis Federation) and included in the ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) World Tour.
Australia open
  The only thing I could find online was that the 1975 tournament ran from December 21, 1974 to January 1, 1975. So a good guess is 1.1.1975 or a day earlier.   I hope that helps!
Roger Federer beat Andy Murray, 6-4 6-3 7-6 (13-11).
No I think he won it in 2009.
  Its because if their opponent hits a top spin shot when they return it the strings move because of the amount of spin on the ball.
  According to the ATP website (refer to the link, below), Wayne Arthurs retired in 2007. His 17-year career earnings to that date were $3,687,773.
No. she cut her foot in a restaurant and was unable to play.
According to Associated Content (refer to the link, below), the top ten all-time Grand Slam winners are as follows (the number preceding the colon (:) indicates the number of Grand Slam titles won in singles only; n.b., since there are ties, more than ten players may be listed):   Women (as of...
No he lost in the semi final to Novak Djokovic. Rafeal Nadal Beat Novak Djokovic in the final and won the US Open.
Roger Federer won the Australian in 2004 defeating Marat Safin in 2006 defeating Marcos Baghdatis in 2007 defeating Fernando Gonzalez
Men - Roger Federer   Women - Serena Williams
  Bjorn has never won the Australian open, he has competed only once in 1974 when he reached the 3rd round.
She plays for and represents Russia.
None. He entered the event only 5 times, as on some occasions he elected to skip the event due to the fact that it was played around the Christmas holidays. He also never won the French Open, but entered it more often.  The Australian Open wasn't moved to its current spot on the calendar (late...
It is impossible, we've even boiled it in water and nothing.
Australian tennis player Rod Laver is the only person to complete the single season Grand Slam twice. He did it in 1962 and 1969. He was also the first player to earn over 1 million dollars (1971).
melbourne, australia. its held there ever year
Best of five for mens and three sets for women. In the third and fifth sets a player has to win by two games to win the match that's why a match at Wimbledon went to 64-62.
Novak Djokovic (Serbian: Новак Ђоковић, Novak Đoković), pronounced [ˈnɔvɑk ˈdʑɔːkɔvitɕ] ( listen) (born 22 May 1987) is a Serbian professional tennis player, who is currently ranked World No. 3 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).[1]He has won two Grand Slam...
He moved to about 60. He is now on the 9th of march ranked 35
Novak Djokovic won the 2011 Australian Open Men's Singles title. He defeated Andy Murray in the final match. Final Score: 6-4, 6-2, 6-3Novak Djokovic of Serbia defeated Britain's Andy Murray by a score  of 6-4 6-2 6-3 to win the Australian Open title in 2011, his second  Grand Slam title, the...
As he wanted to become world no1 tennis player he wanted to play... So he likes it.