Australian Open 2019 has the date, time, and Prize Money. Melbourne will host Australian Open 2019 along with world’s top three players in less than two months. The date of Australian Open 2019 has been confirmed as well as the television coverage Channel Nine has won the right of broadcasting Australian Open 2019 for sure. It’s very interesting who will reign the Australian Open 2019 for sure.
Australian Open 2019 detail
The confirmed date of Australian Open 2019 is January 14 – 27, 2019. The two weeks of competition would be held in 4 rounds then continue to the quarterfinals, semifinals, and grand final. The first round would be held on January 14-15 for both men’s and women’s round. The second round would be held on January 16-17 for both men’s and women’s round. The third round would be held on January 18-19 for both men’s and women’s round. The fourth round is at January 20-21 for both men’s and women’s round.
The Quarterfinals for both men’s and women’s group are scheduled to play on January 22-23. The women semi-finals 1& 2 and men’s semifinal is scheduled at January 24. The Men’s Semifinal 2 is scheduled at January 25 along with the women’s doubles finals and mixed doubles semifinal. The women’s final is scheduled at January 26 along with women’s final and boy’s and girl’s singles finals. The Australian Open 2019 would end at January 27 with the final game of men and mixed doubles
Australian Open 2019 Winners Analysis
It’s not too early for winner analysis, especially for the men’s and women’s divisions. Men’s could be the arena of the hegemonic Roger Frederick against the brilliant Novak Djokovic. It’s hard to conclude yet but it seems that Frederick would be at his top condition to acquire his seventh title in Austalia open. The women’s group may have the name of Caroline Wozniacki since Serena Williams wouldn’t participate at Australia Open 2019.
Australian Open 2019 Prize Money
The Australian Open 2019 Prize Money has been confirmed to be AUD 60.5 million. This prize breaks the record again and is considered as a respective amount for top tennis players from around the world who have joined the Australia Open 2019 in January 2019.