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More Australian Open Tennis information
All around the world we find fans of several different sports and the number of fans reflects the popularity of any particular sport. We know that football is the most popular sport of the world because we can see the seats occupied in the stadium during events of leagues and special events like FIFA World Cup. In the same way along some surveys we can figure out about the fame of any sport. With the help of these things, today we know that amongst the most famous sports of the world tennis is also one of them. Thanks to Grand Slams that we were able to gather this information.
Grand Slams include the 4 most important events of tennis in which Australian Open is also a part. This event occurred 1st time in the year 1905. Since 1972 the Australian Open is been played in Melbourne, Victoria. This contest is also held on a hard, concrete court like all other 2 Grand Slam events. The 3rd one, Wimbledon is the only event of Grand Slam that is held on grass court. The tournament takes place in summer of Australia in January. When temperature rises to a level that it can cause damages then a policy is applied to play which is called heat-policy.
The key to success of the major events like Australian Open is that it is a contest between stars of tennis. Tennis fans can manage to see just tennis livescore of other small matches of their favorite tennis stars but just tennis livescore is not enough when it comes to Grand Slams. The excitements of these events are beyond imagination because you can feel the heat among the audience and fans of tennis during events like Australian Open. In the year 2013, 653,860 people attended the Australian Open. It clearly shows the craze of people regarding tennis.
There are 2 main arenas of tennis that are used during Australian Open and both contain retractable roofs which are usually closed when it is raining or when there is intense heat. These 2 courts are called Hi-sense Arena and Rod Laver Arena. It is a tournament with indoor play. This event includes similar tournaments as tournaments that are played in other Grand Slams. It includes a competition of single players and it is for both, men and women. It also includes games of doubles that is for men, women and also mixed. Besides these there are competition like legends, exhibition, wheelchair and junior's.
One of the things that are truly astonishing about Australian Open is the amount of prize money that is distributed to the winners because the money is so much that it makes the eyes to stay wide open of those who hear the amount. The prize money changes each year but every next year it increases. This year in 2012 the amount that would be distributed as prize money has increased upto 26,000,000 Australian dollars. It is the largest prize money in tournament of world tennis.
The 2012 Australian Open tennis championships is the next Grand Slam singles tournament for the men's professional tennis tour. "The Aussie Open" or "The Grand Slam of Asia/Pacific" as the Australian Open is also known, is held at Melbourne Park in Richmond on True Blue Plexicushion Prestige medium-paced hard courts.
The men's event began on January 11 with the qualifying singles draw and the Men's Singles Final will be played on Sunday 29 January.