Serena Williams, Kei Nishikori and Eugenie Bouchard were among the winners on Day 2 of the Australian Open 2019. Share this. Azarenka’s Melbourne comeback ends in despair.  Grand Slam Oval. Grand Slam Oval, 14 January 2019. Photo:Matt King/Getty Images For Tennis Australia. Share this. Grand Slam Oval. Fans at the Grand Slam Oval, 14 January 2019. Photo:Matt King/Getty Images For Tennis Australia. Share this. Grand Slam Oval. Fans at the Grand Slam Oval, 14 January 2019. Photo:Matt King/Getty Images For Tennis Australia. Share this. Grand Slam Oval. Enjoying a drink at the Aperol lounge, Grand Slam Oval, 15 January 2019. Photo: Luke Hemer/Tennis Australia. Share this. Grand Slam Oval.

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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The most memorable images in 2018 spanned the Australian Open, Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Prince Harry and Meghan’s visit, and the leadership coup against Malcolm Turnbull. Gallery. Published: 25 Dec 2018. From George Pell to Roger 'the ripped kangaroo': Australia's 2018 – in pictures. 28 January 2018. SportblogAustralian Open: Federer keeps his cool through the fierce heat of battle. Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki in their different ways withstood the intense heat which affected so many players at the Australian Open. Published: 11:59 AM. 528.  Kyle Edmund has set his sights on further success after his stunning Australian Open run came to an end in the semi-finals. Published: 9:22 AM. Kyle Edmund says Australian Open run has ‘given me the bug for more’. About 128 results for Australian Open 2018. 1 2 3 4 … next.

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Buy tickets to the 2019 Australian Open & book accommodation around Melbourne. Get in early before it sells out, buy your tickets online today!  Melbourne’s extensive list of sporting events also includes one of the four major tennis world Grand Slams – the Australian Open. In January every year, Melbourne hosts this tennis tournament at Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena and the surrounding courts of Melbourne Park. Visitors of all ages come here to witness their favourite tennis stars in action – the only Grand Slam tennis championship held in the Asia Pacific. Based on prize money, popularity, tradition and world rankings, the Australian Open is considered to be one of the top Grand Slams in the world. Australian Open – 2019 Tenn

To access current job listing for the USTA, including jobs that are relevant for the US Open, check out the United States Tennis Association job board and website. Many of the positions listed here, are not only event related but also include administration jobs, marketing, public relations, accounting and much more.  The Australian Open hires a number of volunteers and fills temporary positions for the tournament. You can access information regarding Australian Open volunteer and work positions through the Australian Open Job Board. For venue work opportunities through Melbourne Park, including Australian Open job opportunities, check the Melbourne Park Job Board.

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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

Australian Open 2018 News. Australia Open: Chung Hyeon hoping Melbourne run sparks South Korean tennis boom. Chung, who beat six-time champion Novak Djokovic in the fourth round, was forced to retire from his last four clash with eventual champion Roger Federer due to blistered feet on Friday. 10 months ago. Caroline Wozniacki reclaims World No 1 ranking, Leander Paes returns to top-50. Australian Open finalist Marin Cilic moved three places to a carer best World No 3 - leapfrogging Grigor Dimitrov, Alexander Zverev and Dominic Thiem. 10 months ago. Evergreen Roger Federer planning Melbourne r

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.  “Monday” at the Australian Open is Monday proper for those in Melbourne, but begins on Sunday evening for those in the United States, with play wrapping up on Monday morning. ESPN will handle television coverage of the tournament between its flagship network and ESPN2, and live streams of all men’s and women’s singles matches will be available live via WatchESPN. Play on most days will begin around 7 p.m. on the Tennis Channel before shifting to ESPN 2. Below is the full schedule for the tournament.

Australian Jobs is one of the country’s foremost jobs publications. It provides an easy-to-read overview of industry and occupation trends in the labour market, and is designed to meet the needs of students, career advisers, people looking for work and those involved in the national employment service, jobactive. Help us improve Australian Jobs. The Department of Jobs and Small Business is reviewing Australian Jobs and we want your input. If you use Australian Jobs in any capacity, please complete the following short survey and let us know what is important to you. This year’s edition has iden  Highlights from Australian Jobs 2018 report. Click to enlarge. The occupation groups which have surged. Highlights from Australian Jobs 2018 report. Click to enlarge. Share this page

Plan your 2018 Australian Open trip to Melbourne. Your complete tennis vacation with the best seats on Rod Laver Arena and unrivaled hospitality!  Wander Down Under with Grand Slam Tennis Tours! We can arrange excursion packages around Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific to make your vacation the trip of a lifetime. Have a question about an Australian Open package? Call your Grand Slam Tennis Tours specialist at 802.549.4658. Luxury Packages.

SIMONA Halep is one of the favourites for the Australian Open title – but she may not be competing if it wasn't for a boob job.  She easily beat Aussie Destanee Aiava in the first round in Melbourne yesterday. The little Romanian owes her success to surgery on her 34DD breasts back when she was 17. GETTY. BEFORE AND AFTER: Halep back in 2008, left, and at last year's Wimbledon. “It’s the weight that troubles me”. Simona Halep. Halep went under the knife to reduce the size of her boobs to a more manageable 34C. Since then she has not looked back and has rocketed around 500 places up the rankings – reaching number two in 2014.

Australian Open recieved another 10% increase in total prize money purse for 2019 grand slam women men singles winners will get $4.5 million.  Australian Open 2019 has got another prize money hike with 10% increase compared to 2018 prize money pool. The total prize money purse for 2019 Australian Open will be AUD$60.5 million (USD$42.8m). Men and women singles winners will pocket AUD$4.5 million (USD$3.2m) each. Below is the entire breakdown of Australian Open 2019 prize money. Australian Open 2019 will see another 10% increase in the total prize money pool which will take the total prize money for the entire competition to AUD$60.5 million (USD$4.85m) compared to AUD$55 million offered in 2018. Men and Women singles champions will t

By winning Australian Open 2018 women’s singles title, Caroline also regained her No. 1 position on Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) ranking. Marach, Pavic claim Australian Open men’s doubles crown. Austrian Oliver Marach and Croatia’s Mate Pavic have won the Australian Open 2018 men’s doubles title. In the finals, Marach and Pavic defeated Colombian duo Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah by 6-4, 6-4. This victory was Marach and Pavic’s first grand slam title as a team. Babos, Mladenovic win Australian Open women’s doubles.  With this victory, Mate Pavic collected two Grand Slam titles within 24 hours after winning the Australian Open 2018 mixed doubles. In 2017, Dabrowski became the first Canadian woman to win a Grand Slam title when she won the French Open 2017 mixed championship with Bopanna. 2018 Australian Open – Winners: Category. Winner.

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