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Which Aussie Players Will Make a Run at the 2020 Australian Open?

3 years ago 2105 Views

With 18 Australian players guaranteed to play the main draw of this year’s Australian Open and a further 17 attempting to fight their way through Qualifying, the stage is set for a strong showing from the Australian contingent. But who have the best chances of making a deep run at the 2020 Australian Open?

What is the schedule for the 2020 Australian Open?

3 years ago 1043 Views

Buzzing about the 2020 Australian Open? Here’s everything you need to know about the schedule for this year’s Australian Open and some of the highlights to look out for.

Who Are the Current Australian Open Champions?

3 years ago 777 Views

The Australian Open is fast approaching and everyone's eyes are on the current champions from the 2019 Australian Open. Who will retain their title in 2020 and who will be defeated?

Top 5 Favourites for The 2020 Australian Open Men's Singles Title

3 years ago 560 Views

Australia’s summer of tennis is just around the corner, kicking off with the ATP Cup on January 3. Here are the top 5 contenders for the 2020 Australian Open Men’s Singles title.

When Do Australian Open 2020 Tickets Go On Sale?

3 years ago 540 Views

Are you eager to watch Nadal attempt to match Federer's world record of 20 Grand Slam titles? Perhaps you're keen to see Serena Williams compete for her 24th major career title, ultimately matching all-time legend Margaret Court's long-standing record.

Top Tweeners (between the legs shot) at the Australian Open

3 years ago 418 Views

Being the first Grand Slam of the year, players tend to come into the Australian Open a bit more relaxed than at other Grand Slams. With the 2020 Aus Open getting closer, we take a lighter look at Aus Open history with our top 7 Tweeners and trick-shots.

All eyes on Nadal and Federer at the Australian Open 2020

3 years ago 1149 Views

With Rafael Nadal recently winning his 19th Grand Slam singles title, he now sits one behind Roger Federer, who holds the record for most Grand Slams held by anyone in history. Come January, Nadal will have the opportunity to match Roger Federer’s record of 20 Grand Slams. However, Nadal has told various media publications that he isn’t treating this upcoming competition any different to previous Grand Slams he’s competed for.

Nick Kyrgios' Greatest Moments and Meltdowns

3 years ago 355 Views

Nick is hard at work recovering from a shoulder injury and may miss the rest of the season. But taking that time off to focus on fitness and recovery might boost his chances at the 2020 Australian Open. Until then, here's Nick Kyrgios' greatest moments and meltdowns:

Inside Novak Djokovic’s Training Regime for the 2020 Australian Open

3 years ago 484 Views

The 2020 Australian Open is just a few months away and tennis fans all over the country are getting ready. Every year they look forward to seeing some of the world’s fittest and most successful athletes battle it out on the court. Amongst them, the world’s number one male tennis player – Novak Djokovic.

5 Mind-Blowing Bledisloe Cup Moments

3 years ago 535 Views

The sibling rivalry is rife across the Tasman with Australians and New Zealanders always competing for first place. Australians take claim to New Zealand-born Russell Crowe, nobody can decide in which of the two countries the lamington originated, and the two nations’ natural wonders are forever being compared. But nowhere is this healthy rivalry displayed more than on the sporting field.

The annual Bledisloe Cup, a rugby union competition between the national teams of the two great Tasman rivals, has been a spirited fight dating back almost 90 years.

The yearly three-match series has seen New Zealand overwhelmingly dominant, winning the trophy last year for the 47th time, compared to Australia’s mere 12 victories.

As we prepare for kick-off in Perth, let’s look back at some of the most iconic Bledisloe moments.

2000: Wallabies captain John Eales kicks the winning penalty after the final siren.

2016: The All-Blacks dominated with a 42-8 win over the Wallabies at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, the worst-ever Aussie loss at home

2015: Proving the game is about more than just the rivalry, New Zealand champion Sonny Bill Williams gave away his medal to a young fan who ran on to the pitch.

1984: Locked at a game each, the All Black’s took out the series with a one-point victory in the deciding match.

1994: Aussie Jason Little scores an opening-minute try to set the stage for a fiery battle.

The stage is set for another memorable contest as the two arch enemies prepare to meet in August. Will the Wallabies claw back some of the deficit or will the All Blacks continue their dominance.

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