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Australian Open(Zengo Open, English:Australian Open) In the second half of January every yearAustralia OfMelbourneWill be held inTennis Of4 major international competitionsone of. Hosted and operated by.
Of the venueMelbourne ParkIs a stadium with a retractable roofRod Laver ArenaCentered onMargaret Court Arenaincluding26 sides[Source required]Mono coat is in place. In 2000 as a sub arenaVodafone Arena(Currently John Kane Arena) was built, and in 2015, renovation work to install a retractable roof at Margaret Court Arena was completed, and three retractable covered stadiums will be installed.The Australian Open is the first tournament to have a retractable roof at the venue.[Source required].
The Australian Open is a tournament with many changes in the timing. When it was held at the Kooyong Tennis Club, it was held in January until 1976 as it is today, but in 1 it was held twice in January and December. Then, from 1977 to 1, it was held at the end of December. Returning to January from 12, the venue moved to Melbourne Park in 2, and is still in existence. The "1978 Australian Open" was not held due to changes in the timing of the relocation of the venue (December 1985 → January 12).
- 1905/ -With AustraliaNew ZealandWas established as the "Australasian Tennis Championship", which is a joint competition of. It started in only two divisions, Men's Singles and Men's Doubles. The first men's singlesRodney Heath(1884/ - 1936/) Is the winner.
- 1916/ - 1918/ - World War ITherefore, the tournament was canceled for 3 years.
- 1922/ -Established 3 divisions: Women's Singles, Women's Doubles and Mixed Doubles. The first women's singlesMargaret Mallsworth(1894/ - 1985/) Is the winner.
- 1927/ -Renamed the tournament name to "Australian Championship".
- 1940/ -This year the tournament was held in January,Second World Warfor1941/-1945/Canceled until.
- 1969/ -Opened, becoming "Australian Open". The host city was held in a circle.
- 1972/ -It will be held fixed in Melbourne, and the venue will be the Kooyong Tennis Club.
- 1988/ -Move the venue to the National Tennis Center built in Melbourne Park (formerly Flinders Park). As for the surface, the glass court was abolished and it became a hard court called "rebound ace".
- 2002/ - Wheelchair tennisEstablished a department. Detail isAustralian Open (wheelchair tennis)See.
- 2008/ -Plexi cushion (en: Plexicushion) change to.
- 2019/ -To the final setTie breakSystem introduced.
- 2020/ -Green set the coat surface (en: GreenSet) change to.
- 2021/ - Global pandemic of new coronavirus infectionsDue to the holding period of 14 days to secure the quarantine periodMay 2 - May 2It was changed to.Also qualifyingMay 1 - May 1For boysDohaAnd the girlsDubaiMade in.
Regarding satellite waves, WOWOW has been holding it since 1992, shortly after its opening..In the past, terrestrialTelevision Tokyo Channel 12, Ltd.Until 2001, only the men's and women's singles finals were broadcast, but after 2002 it was canceled.[Source required]..Before that讀賣TV broadcastingAs a production stationNTV seriesWas broadcast from 1988 to 1991 for.. After 2012Japan Broadcasting Corporation(NHK) was broadcasting some games, but won the right to broadcast terrestrial in 2015. In principleMidnight channelIt will be a framed recording relay,Kei Nishikori,大 坂 な お みWhen a featured Japanese player participates, live broadcasting is being conducted..However, NHK's comprehensive multi-organization "SubchannelMay be used to broadcast the match between Kei Nishikori and Naomi Osaka.[Note 2]After that, it was broadcast until 2021.
Singles winner of the last 10 years
|2013||Novak Djokovic||Victoria Azarenka||DjokovicHas won the record three consecutive games since it opened. The most tie record 3 times (4nd tie).|
|2014||Stanislas Wawrinka||Li Na||Wawrinka is the first time in nine yearsBIG4Other than the winner.|
|2015||Novak Djokovic||Serena Williams||DjokovicHas won the record number 5 times since the opening. Williams is the oldest champion of this tournament since it was opened.|
|2016||Novak Djokovic||Angelique Kelver||Djokovic is Thailand's sixth-highest champion in history.|
|2017||Roger Federer||Serena Williams||Federer wins his fifth victory for the first time in seven years. Williams has won the 7rd time in a total of four major tournaments, which has become the most since the opening.|
|2018||Roger Federer||Caroline Wozniacki||Federer wins Thailand for the second time in a row for the 2th time, the 6th victory in the 4 major tournaments. Wozniacki won the first of four major competitions.|
|2019||Novak Djokovic||大 坂 な お み||Naomi Osaka became the first Asian player to rank first in the world.|
|2020||Novak Djokovic||Sophia Kenin||Djokovic is the eighth-highest win ever. Kennin won the 8 major tournaments for the first time.|
|2021||Novak Djokovic||大 坂 な お み||Djokovic won his ninth victory for three consecutive years.Naomi Osaka won the championship for the second time.|
|2022||Rafael Nadal||Ashley Bertie||Nadal won his second victory in 13 years, achieved the highest number of GS2 wins in history, and achieved a double career grand slam.Bertie wins for the first time.|
|Men 1905 onwards|
|Men's Singles Most Winner||Before 1967||Roy Emerson||6||1961, 1963-1967|
|After 1968||Novak Djokovic||9||2008, 2011-2013, 2015-2016, 2019-2021|
|Men's singles consecutive victory record||Before 1967||Roy Emerson||5||1963-1967|
|After 1968||Novak Djokovic||3||2011-2013, 2019-2021|
|Men's Doubles Most Winner||Before 1967||Adrian quist||10||1936-1940, 1946-1950|
|After 1968|| Bob Bryan|
|6||2006-2007, 2009-2011, 2013 |
2006-2007, 2009-2011, 2013
|Men's doubles consecutive victory record||Before 1967||Adrian quist||10||1936-1950|
|After 1968|| Bob Bryan|
|Men's Mixed Doubles Most Winner||Before 1967|| Harry hopman ||4||1930, 1936-1937, 1939|
|Most men's championship[Note 3]||Before 1967||Adrian quist||13||1936-1950 (3 singles, 10 doubles, 0 mixed)|
|After 1968||Novak Djokovic||9||2008-2021 (9 singles, 0 doubles, 0 mixed)|
|woman After 1922|
|Women's Singles Most Winner||The entire||Margaret Court||11||1960-1966, 1969-1971, 1973|
|Before 1967||Margaret Court||7||1960-1966|
|After 1968||Serena Williams||7||2003, 2005, 2007, 2009-2010, 2015,2017, XNUMX|
|Women's singles consecutive victory record|
|Before 1967||Margaret Court||7||1960-1966|
|After 1968|| Margaret Court |
ユ ー ゴ ス ラ ビ ア Monica Seresh
|Most women's doubles championship|
|Before 1967||Thelma Coyne Long||12||1936-1940, 1947, 1948-1949, 1951-1952, 1956, 1958|
|After 1968||Martina Navratilova||8||1980, 1982-1985, 1987-1989|
|Women's doubles consecutive championship record|
|Before 1967|| Thelma Coyne Long |
Nancye Wynne Bolton
|After 1968|| Martina Navratilova|
|7||1982-1985, 1987-1989 |
|Most women's mixed doubles championship||Before 1967|| Daphne Akhurst |
Nell Hall Hopman
Nancye Wynne Bolton
Thelma Coyne Long
1930, 1936-1937, 1939
|After 1968|| Yana Novotna |
|Women's most championship[Note 3]||Before 1967||Nancye Wynne Bolton||20||1936-1952 (6 singles, 10 doubles, 4 mixed)|
|After 1968||Martina Navratilova||12||1980-2003 (3 singles, 8 doubles, 1 mixed)|
Number of wins ranking
|player||Number of times|
Winning prize (men and women singles)
|Convention||Amount (boys)||Amount (women)|
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- ^ [Tennis] Australian Open, NHK to acquire broadcasting rights --Sports Hochi, viewed on November 2014, 11, same day
- ^ Acquired NHK broadcasting rights for Nishikori --Nikkan Sports, November 2014, 11, viewed on the same day
- Australian Open Men's Singles Winners List
- Australian Open Women's Singles Winners List
- Australian Open Men's Doubles Winners List
- Australian Open Women's Doubles Winners List
- List of Australian Open Mixed Doubles Winners
- Australian Open (wheelchair tennis)