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Gadecki grabs final qualifying spot to achieve lifelong dream

Australia’s Olivia Gadecki was the last woman to earn a coveted main-draw spot at Wimbledon following a 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 victory over France’s Elsa Jacquemot. The match was played in difficult conditions with a strong winds. Last year Gadecki would feel the disappointment of reaching this stage to only lose at the final hurdle. This…

From alternate to qualifier for Bolt

Australia’s Alex Bolt was not even a starter in qualifying until 10 minutes before he was called to a round one match as an alternate. “I found out at 10.50 for an 11 o’clock start,” explained world No.234 Bolt, who was promoted into the draw as an alternate following a late withdrawal from 11th seed…

Alex and Katie do it again, double trouble!

Back in March, Alex de Minaur won the Acapulco title on Saturday before his girlfriend won the San Diego title the next day to claim titles in the same week. Embed from Getty Images The couple has done that again, but both won on the same day this time around. de Minaur outclassed Sebastian Korda…

de Minaur charges into French Open quarterfinals after overcoming Medvedev

Australia’s Alex de Minaur has defeated Daniil Medvedev to advance to his first French Open quarterfinal. Embed from Getty Images In doing so de Minaur becomes the first Australian male to reach that stage of the tournament since 2004. Lleyton Hewitt was the last to get that far. Medvedev was on top early after getting…

Adam Walton joins the top-100 after claiming Taipei CH75 title

Australia’s Adam Walton has won his third career ATP Challenger singles title to leap into the top-100. The title saw him reach no. 95 in the rankings. The 25-year-old Queenslander defeated Ukraine’s Illya Marchenko 3-6, 6-2, 7-6(3) in the final. He defeated fellow Australian and the no. 2 seed, James Duckworth in the semifinals. It…

de Minaur gets win on clay over Rafa

Alex de Minaur has become the first Australian to defeat Rafael Nadal on clay. He defeated the King of Clay 7-5, 6-1 in the second round at the Barcelona ATP 500. Embed from Getty Images The win came on the Pista Rafa Nadal. It just shows how dominant Nadal is on clay to have a…

Heartbreak for Hunter as Olympic dream is in tatters

Former world no. 1 doubles player Storm Hunter has been hit with an Achilles injury in what will see her miss the Paris Olympics. Hunter had been named as a singles player ahead of the Billie Jean King Cup tie against Mexico in Brisbane but suffered the injury in the teams final hit out on…

Saville returns to no. 1 ranked Australian

Daria Saville has fought her way back from injury, yet again, to take the top spot in Australian tennis. Saville has moved up the rankings with some good results, she could have moved up even more rapidly but for some close losses. Saville is currently sitting at no. 94. Arina Rodionova had climbed into the…

Thompson saves 3 match points against Kovacevic to book Houston QF against Tiafoe

Australia’s Jordan Thompson has outlasted USA’s Aleksandar Kovacevic to win a three hour and 34 minute match, the longest in the tournament’s recorded history. Thompson took the match 4-6, 7-6(1), 7-6(7) after saving a match point on serve in the second set at 5-6, and then two more in the third set tie-breaker, one on…

de Minaur defends his Acapulco ATP 500 title

Australia’s Alex de Minaur has made Casper Ruud a runnerup for the second straight week. In doing so he defended his Acapulco title. Embed from Getty Images Just last week it was Jordan Thompson that claimed his first ATP title when the Australian defeated Ruud in Los Cabos. Second time around for Ruud he again…

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Top ranked Australians

Alex de Minaur, at no. 6 is the highest-ranked Australian male.

Jordan Thompson (40), Alexei Popyrin (43), Max Purcell (64), Aleksander Vukic (65), Rinky Hijikata (74), James Duckworth (78), Thanasi Kokkinakis (88), Christopher O'Connell (93), and Adam Walton (95), are all in the top 100.


Daria Saville is the top-ranked Australian female at no. 78.





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Australian Tennis Results

updated 11:10 am AEDT 17 July 2024

Starting 15 July


ATP500 Hamburg

Alexei Popyrin lost to (Q)Ugo Blanchet (FRA) 4-6, 7-6(6), 6-2.

ATP250 Newport

(6) Aleksander Vukic d Chak Lam Coleman Wong (HKG) 6-1, 6-2. Rd 2 v (WC) Eliot Spizzirri (USA).
(8) Rinky Hijikata lost to Mackenzie McDonald (USA)
(Q) Marc Polmans lost to (WC) Ethan Quinn (USA) 6-3, 6-7(3), 6-1.
(Q) Alex Bolt d Jakub Mensik (CZE) 6-2, 6-4. Rd 2 v (5) Brandon Nakashima (USA).
(Q) Li Tu lost to (WC) Eliot Spizzirri (USA) 6-1, 7-6(4).


WTA250 Palermo

Astra Sharma d (6) Anna Blinkova 6-0, 7-5. Rd 2 v (WC) Ajla Tomljanovic.
(WC) Ajla Tomljanovic d Maya Sherif (EGY) 3-6, 7-5, 6-3. Rd 2 v Astra Sharma.
(Q) Olivia Gadecki lost to (4) Diane Parry (FRA) 4-6, 6-4, 6-4.





Current Tournaments

15 July


ATP500 Hamburg
ATP250 Gstaad, Newport and Bastad


WTA250 Budapest and Palermo.

Upcoming Tournaments

22 July


ATP250 Atlanta, Kitzbuhel and Umag


WTA250 Iasi and Prague.