Australian Open – Hall of Fame Men’s and Women’s Winners: Field Djokovic and Serena Williams. Italy was not in the final

The Happy Slam finds its ruler Novak Djokovic again, after being disqualified last year e The issue arose due to his anti-vaccine stance. His three-year ban has been lifted, and the Serb will be trying to turn double digits in Australia, it has been seen The absence of a new winner in the US Open, Carlos Alcaraz, still in the pits with a muscle problem in his right leg. edition advances for that Many splitswhich has blues music in it They will try to take advantage of their chances. In the women’s field, the player to beat is always world number one Iga Swiatek, but the spotlight is also on Caroline Garcia and Jessica Pegula. Venus Williams is also in the drawThanks wild card.

Novak Djokovic won the tournament in preparation for Adelaide by defeating Daniil Medvedev in the semi-finals.

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Men’s Hall of Fame

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2022 Rafael Nadal (Spain).

2021 Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

2020 Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

2019 Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

2018 – Roger Federer (Switzerland).

2017 Roger Federer (Switzerland).

2016 Novak Djokovic (Serbia).

2015 Novak Djokovic (Serbia).

2014 Stanislas Wawrinka (Switzerland).

2013 Novak Djokovic (Serbia).

2012 Novak Djokovic (Serbia).

2011 Novak Djokovic (Serbia).

2010 Roger Federer (Switzerland).

2009 Rafael Nadal (Spain).

2008 Novak Djokovic (Serbia).

2007 Roger Federer (Switzerland).

2006 Roger Federer (Switzerland).

2005 Marat Safin (Russia).

2004 Roger Federer (Switzerland).

2003 Andre Agassi (USA).

2002 – Thomas Johansson (Sweden)

2001 Andre Agassi (USA).

2000 Andre Agassi (USA).

1999 – Yevgeny Kafelnikov (Russia).

1998 Petr Korda (Czech Republic).

1997 Pete Sampras (USA).

1996 Boris Becker (Germany).

1995 Andre Agassi (USA).

1994 Pete Sampras (USA).

1993 Jim Courier (USA).

1992 – Jim Courier (USA)

1991 Boris Becker (Germany).

1990 Ivan Lendl (Czechoslovakia).

1989 Ivan Lendl (Czechoslovakia)

1988 Mats Wilander (Sweden)

1987 – Stefan Edberg (Sweden)

1986 – not held

1985 Stefan Edberg (Sweden).

1984 Mats Wilander (Sweden)

1983 Mats Wilander (Sweden)

1982 Johan Crick (United States).

1981 Johan Kreik (Sudavik)

1980: Brian Mudarres (USA).

1979 Guillermo Vilas (Argentina).

1978 Guillermo Vilas (Argentina).

1977 Vitas Gerulaitis (USA).

1977 Roscoe Tanner (USA).

1976 Mark Edmundson (Australia).

1975 John Newcombe (Australia).

1974 Jimmy Connors (USA).

1973 John Newcombe (Australia).

1972 Ken Rosewall (Australia)

1971 Ken Rosewall (Australia)

1970 – Arthur Ashe (USA).

1969 Rod Laver (Australia).

1968 William Bury (Australia).

1967 Roy Emerson (Australia).

1966 Roy Emerson (Australia).

1965 Roy Emerson (Australia)

1964 Roy Emerson (Australia)

1963 Roy Emerson (Australia)

1962 Rod Laver (Australia).

1961 Roy Emerson (Australia)

1960 Rod Laver (Australia)

1959 Alex Olmedo (USA).

1958 Ashley Cooper (Australia).

1957 Ashley Cooper (Australia).

1956 Lou Had (Australia).

1955 Ken Rosewall (Australia)

1954 Mervyn Rose (Australia)

1953 Ken Rosewall (Australia)

1952 Ken McGregor (Australia)

1951 Dick Savitt (USA)

1950 Frank Sedgman (Australia)

1949 Frank Sedgman (Australia)

1948 – Adrian Quest (Australia)

1947 Denny Biles (Australia)

1946 John Bromwich (Australia)

1941/1945 – not disputed

1940 – Adrian Quest (Australia).

1939 John Bromwich (Australia)

1938 – John Donald Budge (USA).

1937 Vivian McGrath (Australia)

1936 – Adrian Quest (Australia)

1935 Jack Crawford (Australia).

1934 Fred Perry (UK)

1933 Jack Crawford (Australia).

1932 Jack Crawford (Australia).

1931 Jack Crawford (Australia)

1930 Edgar Moon (Australia)

1929 – John Colin Gregory (UK)

1928 Jean Borotra (France).

1927 Gerald Patterson (Australia)

1926 – John Hawkes (Australia).

1925 – James Anderson (Australia).

1924 – James Anderson (Australia).

1923 Pat O’Hara Wood (Australia)

1922 James Anderson (Australia)

1921 Rhys Gemmell (Australia).

1920 Pat O’Hara Wood (Australia)

1919 – Algernon Kingscote (UK)

1916/1918 – Undisputed

1915 Francis Gordon Lowe (UK)

1914 – Arthur O’Hara Wood (Australia)

1913 Ernie Parker (Australia)

1912 – James Cecil Park (UK)

1911 Norman Brooks (Australia)

1910 Rodney Heath (Australia).

1909 Anthony Wilding (New Zealand)

1908 Fred Alexander (United States)

1907 – Horace Rice (Australia)

1906 Anthony Wilding (New Zealand)

1905 – Rodney Heath (Australia).

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Women’s Honor Roll

2022 Ashleigh Partey (Australia)

2021 Naomi Osaka (Japan).

2020 – Sofia Kenin (United States)

2019 Naomi Osaka (Japan).

2018 Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark)

2017 Serena Williams (USA).

2016 Angelique Kerber (Germany).

2015 Serena Williams (USA).

2014 – Na Li (China)

2013 Victoria Azarenka (Belarus)

2012 Victoria Azarenka (Belarus)

2011 Kim Clijsters (Belgium).

2010 Serena Williams (USA).

2009 Serena Williams (USA).

2008 Maria Sharapova (Russia)

2007 Serena Williams (USA).

2006 Amelie Mauresmo (France).

2005 Serena Williams (USA).

2004 Justine Henin-Hardenne (Belgium).

2003 Serena Williams (USA).

2002 Jennifer Capriati (USA).

2001 Jennifer Capriati (USA).

2000 Lindsay Davenport (USA).

1999 Martina Hingis (Switzerland).

1998 Martina Hingis (Switzerland).

1997 Martina Hingis (Switzerland).

1996 Monica Seles (Yugoslavia).

1995 Marie-Pierce (France).

1994 Steffi Graf (Germany).

1993 Monica Seles (Yugoslavia).

1992 Monica Seles (Yugoslavia).

1991 Monica Seles (Yugoslavia).

1990 Steffi Graf (Germany).

1989 Steffi Graf (Germany).

1988 Steffi Graf (Germany).

1987 Hana Mandlikova (Czechoslovakia)

1986 – not held

1985 Martina Navratilova (Czechoslovakia).

1984 Chris Evert (USA).

1983 Martina Navratilova (Czechoslovakia)

1982 Chris Evert (USA).

1981 – Martina Navratilova (Czechoslovakia)

1980 Hana Mandlikova (Czechoslovakia)

1979 Barbara Jordan (USA)

1978 Chris O’Neill (Australia).

1977 Yvonne Goolagong Cowley (Australia).

1977 Kerry Reid (Australia)

1976 Yvonne Goolagong Cowley (Australia).

1975 Yvonne Goolagong (Australia).

1974 Yvonne Goolagong (Australia).

1973 Margaret Smith Court (Australia).

1972 Virginia Wade (Great Britain)

1971 Margaret Smith Court (Australia).

1970 Margaret Smith Court (Australia)

1969 Margaret Smith Court (Australia).

1968 Billie Jean King (USA).

1967 Nancy Ritchie (USA).

1966 Margaret Smith (Australia).

1965 Margaret Smith (Australia).

1964 Margaret Smith (Australia).

1963 Margaret Smith (Australia).

1962 Margaret Smith (Australia).

1961 Margaret Smith (Australia).

1960 Margaret Smith (Australia).

1959 Mary Carter-Retano (Australia)

1958 Angela Mortimer (Great Britain).

1957 Shirley Fry (USA).

1956 Mary Carter (Australia)

1955 Beryl Penrose (Australia).

1954 Thelma Long (Australia).

1953 Maureen Connolly (USA).

1952 Thelma Long (Australia).

1951 Nancy Wayne Bolton (Australia).

1950 Louise Brough (USA).

1949 Doris Hart (USA).

1948 Nancy Wayne Bolton (Australia).

1947 – Nancy Wayne Bolton (Australia)

1946 – Nancy Wayne Bolton (Australia)

1941/1945 – not disputed

1940 – Nancy Wynne (Australia)

1939 Emily Westacott (Australia).

1938 – Dodo Bundy (USA)

1937 Nancy Wynne (Australia)

1936 Joan Hartigan (Australia)

1935 Dorothy Round (Great Britain)

1934 Joan Hartigan (Australia).

1933 – Joan Hartigan (Australia).

1932 Coral Botsworth (Australia)

1931 Coral Botsworth (Australia)

1930 – Daphne Akhurst (Australia)

1929 Daphne Akhurst (Australia)

1928 Daphne Akhurst (Australia)

1927 – Isna Boyd (Australia)

1926 Daphne Akhurst (Australia)

1925 – Daphne Akhurst (Australia).

1924 – Sylvia Lance (Australia).

1923 – Moll Molesworth (Australia)

1922 – Moll Molesworth (Australia)

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Australian Open 2023: Where to watch it on TV and live

The 2023 Australian Open will be broadcast exclusively on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2, as well as visibly on Discovery+, our streaming platform with all tournaments available starting Monday 16th January 2023 with the first matches of the main draw.. Only through our digital live streaming platform, you will be able to enjoy full coverage of the courts to follow all your favorite tennis players through a unique show.. Subscribers to DAZN, Sky (channels 210 and 211) and Tim Vision will also have access to two linear channels of Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 and will be able to enjoy the first Slam of the season starting January 16, 2023, starting on the day of the Championship President’s Draw.

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How much is the prize pool?

The prize money will amount to €48.3 million to be distributed across all main draws (including doubles) and the men’s and women’s qualifying draws. The increase is 3.4% compared to 2022 and represents a continued growth trend since 2003, when the total was less than A$20 million.

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Follow the Australian Open 2023 on! Live coverage of matches, highlights of all matches covered by international circuit cameras, scoreboards, results, insights, focus, photo galleries and everything else to be part of the first Grand Slam of the 2023 season.

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A rendezvous with Tennis360, our digital tennis show, which returns to Facebook live every day around 1.30pm, right after the last Australian game. You will be able to interact with Jacopo Lo Monaco, Simone Eterno, Roberta Vinci and their guests talking about all the main topics of the Melbourne Slam. we are waiting for you…

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