Australian Open 2011, Tournament Information About the Open, Some Latest News, Review

There is information concerning the Open and the tennis world, people should be aware of.

Of 2010, was the tournament in Melbourne Park in, Melbourne Australia. Tickets, for the Australian Open that are as much as $650.00 per ticket. Results, of the tournament, refers to the winners of the tournament in certain divisions, for example mens and women’s singles and mixed doubles etc. T.V. schedule, refers to the t.v. schedule of the Open. 2009 mens single winners, was Rafael Nadal. Mens Final, winner was Roger Federer. Bracket, is the round by round tournament listings. Draw, is who will play whom in an open bracketed elimination tournament. Website, refers to the official website of the Open.

Some latest news regarding the Australian Open is that Stan Wawrinka has defeated four-time Australian Open semifinalist Andy Roddick 6-3, 6-4, and 6-4 on Sunday, for a first time quarterfinal berth. Wawrinka beat Roddick who is known as one of the worlds most fantastic servers. Francesca Schiavone defeated the 23rd-seeded Svetlana Kuznetsova the scores were 6-4, 1-6, and 16-14.

Maria Sharapova was defeated by Andrea Petkovic, 6-2,6-3 in the fourth round of the Australian Open 2011.

The Open is the first of four Annual Grand Slam tennis tournaments. The other three important tennis tournaments are the U.S. Open, French Open, and Wimbledon. The Open is a very important event in the world of tennis. The tournament is normally held in January, on hard courts. The time of year that the open is held is during the Australian summer. The Open is normally held on hard courts at a location called Melbourne Park.

The women’s competition will be excellent. Serena Williams may win the open, but due to her repeated absences the other contenders may still have a chance to win. Serena Williams won 5 of the last 9 Grand Slam titles. Serena currently has a foot injury. A tennis player by the name of Caroline Wozniacki has a very good chance of winning this