The seeds, brackets and matchups for the 2018 Australian Open in Melbourne were released Thursday, with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer leading the way. Nadal is the top seed in the men's draw, while the defending Aussie Open champion in Federer is No. 2, according to the Australian Open's official website. On the women's side, Simona Halep is No. 1, while Caroline Wozniacki is the No. 2 seed and Garbine Muguruza comes in at No. 3, per AusOpen.com. Here is a full listing of seeds for the men's and women's draws
Bracket taken from the official Australian Open website. Viewing information. The schedule for the Australian Open is nearly identical to how it has been in recent years. For those in the United States, it can be a tricky major to follow with matches beginning late in the evening and running until the morning of the following day. Unless stated otherwise, times ascribed to dates in the evening which end in the morning are ending the following day. Through the first three rounds, play will begin around 7 p.m. ET on one day and will end around 7 a.m. the following day. Australian Open 2018: Women's bracket, schedule, scores, and results. Emotional Andy Murray says Australia could be his last tournament. This incredible spinning backhand might be the best tennis shot of the year. Naomi Osaka is about to get PAIIIIID by Adidas after her US Open win. Serena Williams and the privilege of righteous anger. Most Read.
Prev1 of 4Next. Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse. The 2018 Australian Open kicks off in Melbourne, Victoria on January 15. Professional tennis wastes no time getting to the first Grand Slam event of the new year, and you obviously want to know where the biggest names stand. Join us as we track the singles draws from the first round to the title match. Please note that this is a brackets website, and we have brackets for the draws. These have 128 competitors each, so they are visually massive. If your brain explodes from overstimulation, The Bracket Yard and/or its parent company are not res
The 2018 Australian Open was a tennis tournament played at Melbourne Park between 15–28 January 2018, and was the first Grand Slam tournament of the 2018 season. The tournament consisted of events for professional players in singles, doubles and mixed doubles play. Junior and wheelchair players compete in singles and doubles tournaments. Roger Federer was the defending champion in the men's singles event and successfully retained his title (his sixth), defeating Marin Čilić in the final, while
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Welcome to the 2018 Australian Open men's bracket challenge. A bracket challenge is a contest to see who can better predict the outcome of a tournament. You earn points for every correct pick you make. You can also create a private pool, and invite some friends. All contestants of your private pools will also be entered in this main bracket. The bracket challenge has completed! Check the rankings for the results. Organization.
The 2018 Australian Open is a thing of the past, with Caroline Wozniacki, the second seed, winning her first ever Grand Slam title. Wozniacki is the first woman from Denmark to win a Grand Slam singles title, and she did it with a three-set victory over Simona Halep, the top seed and someone who also was searching for her first Grand Slam win. Bracket taken from the official Australian Open website . Viewing information. The Australian Open can be tricky to follow for those in the United States. Play at the Australian Open begins on Monday proper in Melbourne but on Sunday evening in the United States. Play will typically wrap up in the early morning of the following day in the U.S. but later in the evening on that day in Melbourne.
TENNIS.com - Australian Open 2019 Live Scores, Tennis News, Player Ranking, and Complete Tournament Data. Click on the below images to make your picks for the 2018 Roland Garros Racquet Bracket, where you could win prize packages from HEAD and Tennis Express. You can also compete against your friends or co-workers in your own private pool. 1st Place: HEAD MxG Prize Package 2nd Place: $300 Tennis Express Gift Card 3rd Place: $200 Tennis Express Gift Card. Please note the Prizing is only eligible to participants in the main pool. Men's Bracket: Women's Bracket: You will be able to submit your picks starting Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 5:00:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. Before commenting, plea
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