Australian Open 2019 Schedule of play

Australian Open 2019 Schedule of play. Check out the schedule of play for the 2019 Australian Open in tennis here.

Australian Open 2019 Schedule of play

Here’s a complete day-by-day Australia Open 2018 schedule starting from January 14 to January 27, 2019.

Round Date Session Start 
First Round Mon 14 Day 12:00 am
Night 8:00 am
Tue 15 Day 12:00 am
Night 8:00 am
Second Round Wed 16 Day 12:00 am
Night 8:00 am
Thu 17 Day 12:00 am
Night 8:00 am
Third Round Fri 18 Day 12:00 am
Night 8:00 am
Sat 19 Day 12:00 am
Night 8:00 am
Fourth Round Sun 20 Day 12:00 am
Night 8:00 am
Mon 21 Day 12:00 am
Night 8:00 am

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Quarterfinals

Round Date Session Start
Quarterfinals Tue 22 Day 12:00 am
Night 8:00 am
Wed 23 Day 12:00 am
Night 8:00 am

Semifinals

Round Date Session Start 
(Match – TBA) Thu 24 Day 12:00 am
Quad Doubles Final
Women’s Singles Semifinal
Not before 2:30 am
Women’s Singles Semifinal
Men’s Singles Semifinal Night Followed by
*”Magic Moments” Exhibition Match 8:30 am

Australian Open Finals

Round Date Session Start 
Mixed Doubles Semifinal Fri 25 Twilight 4:00 am
Women’s Doubles Final not before 5:00 am
Men’s Singles Semifinal not before 8:30 am
Junior Finals
Wheelchair final
Sat 26 Twilight 2:00 am
Pre-final entertainment 8:00 am
Women’s Singles Final 8:30 am
Men’s Doubles Final followed by
Mixed Doubles Final Sun 27 Twilight 5:00 am
Pre-final entertainment 8:00 am
Men’s Singles Final 8:30 am

Australian Open 2019 Players Entry List

Men’s Singles Entry List

The list includes the top 30 rankings and some notable players.

Rank Player Country
1 Novak Djokovic SRB
2 Rafael Nadal ESP
2* Andy Murray GBR
3 Roger Federer SUI
4 Alexander Zverev GER
5 Juan Martin del Potro ARG
6 Kevin Anderson RSA
7 Marin Cilic CRO
8 Dominic Thiem AUT
9 Kei Nishikori JPN
10 John Isner USA
11 Karen Khachanov RUS
12 Borna Coric CRO
13 Fabio Fognini ITA
14 Kyle Edmund GBR
15 Stefanos Tsitsipas GRE
16 Daniil Medvedev RUS
17 Diego Schwartzman ARG
18 Milos Raonic CAN
19 Grigor Dimitrov BUL
20 Marco Cecchinato ITA
21 Nikoloz Basilashvili GEO
22 David Goffin BEL
23 Pablo Carreno Busta ESP
24 Roberto Bautista Agut ESP
25 Hyeon Chung KOR
26 Richard Gasquet FRA
27 Denis Shapovalov CAN
28 Fernando Verdasco ESP
29 Gael Monfils FRA
30 Gilles Simon FRA
34 Philipp Kohlschreiber GER
35 Nick Kyrgios AUS
37 Andreas Seppi ITA
50 Robin Haase NED
51 Sam Querrey USA
55 Pierre-Hugues Herbert FRA
66 Stan Wawrinka SUI
71 Tomas Berdych CZE
83 Bernard Tomic AUS

 

Women’s Singles Entry List

The list includes the top 30 rankings and some famous players.

Rank Player Country
1 Simona Halep ROU
2 Angelique Kerber GER
3 Caroline Wozniacki DEN
4 Elina Svitolina UKR
5 Naomi Osaka JPN
6 Sloane Stephens USA
7 Petra Kvitova CZE
8 Karolina Pliskova CZE
9 Kiki Bertens NED
10 Daria Kasatkina RUS
11 Anastasija Sevastova LAT
12 Elise Mertens BEL
13 Aryna Sabalenka BLR
14 Julia Georges GER
15 Ash Barty AUS
16 Serena Williams USA
17 Madison Keys USA
18 Garbine Muguruza ESP
19 Caroline Garcia FRA
20 Qiang Wang CHN
21 Anett Kontaveit EST
22 Jelena Ostapenko LAT
23 Carla Suarez-Navarro ESP
23* Timea Bacsinszky SUI
24 Mihaela Buzarnescu ROU
25 Dominika Cibulkova SVK
26 Camila Giorgi ITA
27 Lesia Tsurenko UKR
28 Su-Wei Hsieh TPE
29 Maria Sharapova RUS
30 Aliaksandra Sasnovich BLR
37 Johanna Konta GBR
38 Venus Williams USA
42 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova RUS
43 Kristina Mladenovic FRA
44 Belinda Bencic SUI
47 Alize Cornet FRA
51 Victoria Azarenka BLR
57 Ekaterina Makarova RUS
59 Timea Babos HUN
72 Sam Stosur AUS
88 Eugenie Bouchard CAN
102 Coco Vandeweghe USA

 

AO 2018 Highlights

Roger Federer’s thrilling five-set win against Martin Cilic in last year’s final closed out the tournament which reminded us why he is a legends. The Underdogs succeeded and proved that there is still great hope in the game for them as well as everyone else.

The unseeded Chung Hyeon proved that Novak Djokovic isn’t invincible. Similarly, Elise Mertens, Hsieh Su-wei and Naomi Osaka emerged as competitive challengers to big names by beating them.

Federer, Cilic, and Hyeon, were the shining emblems in AO 2018 Men’s Single, while Wozniacki, Halep and Mertens outperformed in Women’s Single event. It was Caroline Wozniacki’s first ever grand slam and still the only 1 till date.

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