As the Aussie summer swing draws to a close, we’ve been reflecting on an incredible four weeks of…
The Australian Open's main draw has been postponed until Friday, while Thursday's tune-up matches will be rescheduled for the next three days.
We sat down with doubles world No.46 Matwé Middelkoop, to talk all things from tennis fashion to Vikings ahead of this year's Australian Open.
Top Six Tennis Players Will Compete In Exhibition Tournament In Adelaide Ahead Of The Australian Open
Top six tennis players will quarantine in Adelaide ahead of the Australian Open, while Craig Tiley confirms zero-tolerance approach to COVID-19 rule breaches.
Tennis Australia are planning to extend the summer of tennis by hosting multiple ATP and WTA tournaments after the Australian Open.
Tennis Australia CEO Craig Tiley has confirmed the 2021 Australian Open will commence on 8 February with tickets going on sale this Wednesday.
With hopes of a vaccine rolling out in the early stages of next year, it looks like the tennis season could return to some normality in 2021.
Tennis Australia has confirmed to players that they will be able to travel to Melbourne on 15th January.
An announcement is set to be made in the next two days that will confirm scheduling for The Australian Open and its precursor events.
The 2021 Hobart, Brisbane, and Adelaide International tennis tournaments, along with the ATP Cup will all be played in Melbourne this summer.