Australian Open Profile
Australian Open 2022 is soon approaching and excitement is building among the tennis community.
With the build-up to the next Australian Open growing, many people are starting to ask questions about the competition – and we have the answers.
Who has the most Australian Open titles?
Djokovic has the most Australian Open titles, winning the tournament nine times in his career thus far.
Federer and Emerson are in joint-second with six titles each.
Who won the Australian Open 2021?
Djokovic won the men’s Australian Open in 2021, defeating Daniil Medvedev in straight sets; a 7-5, 6-2, 6-2 victory for the Serbian.
Naomi Osaka defeated Jennifer Brady to win the women’s Australian Open, winning 6–4, 6–3 in the final.
Who won the first Australian Open?
Rodney Heath was the first men’s singles winner, while Mall Molesworth was the first women’s singles champion.
Here is everything you need to know about the Australian Open 2022:
Australian Open 2022 will start on Monday 17th January 2022 and conclude on Sunday 30th January 2022.
Here is a schedule for the Australian Open 2022 and what you can expect each day:
Men and Women Round 1: January 17th – January 18th
Men and Women Round 2: January 19th – January 20th
Men and Women Round 3: January 21st – January 22nd
Men and Women Round 4: January 23rd – January 24th
Men and Women Quarter-Finals: January 25th – January 26th
Women’s Semi-Final: January 27th – 11am
Men’s Semi-Final: January 27th – 7.30pm
Mixed Doubles Semi-Final/Women’s Doubles Final/Men’s Singles Semi-Final: January 28th
Women’s Singles Final/Men’s Doubles Final: January 29th
Men’s Singles Final/Mixed Doubles Final: January 30th
(Please note that this is subject to change closer to the time)
You can now purchase tickets for the Australian Open 2022 tournament!
If you want to buy some, you can find all the information you need on the official ticketing site.
How to watch the Australian Open 2022 in the UK
In the UK, you can live-stream the Australian Open 2022 tournament via the Eurosport Player.
It is also likely that Amazon Prime Video will be showcasing the action.
There are several packages available if you would like to attend the upcoming Australian Open tournament.
Packages include accommodation such as hotels and you can also find deals which includes travel.
Make sure to browse around for the best deals and we will keep you updated with the ones you should pick.
Here is a list of the favourites in the betting markets to win the Australian Open 2022 tournament:
Please note that these odds have come from Paddy Power and are subject to change.
Men’s Betting Odds
Djokovic – 7/5
Medvedev – 7/2
Rafael Nadal – 15/2
Dominic Thiem – 15/2
Stefanos Tsitsipas – 12/1
Alexander Zverev – 12/1
Women’s Betting Odds
Osaka – 10/3
Ashleigh Barty – 5/1
Bianca Andreescu – 17/2
Emma Raducanu – 17/2
Iga Swiatek – 10/1
Garbine Muguruza – 12/1
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