Sydney International 2019
Seven days of swerving and sliding by Grand Slam champions.
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Sydney Olympic Park is set to become the stomping ground of some of the world's best tennis players, with Sydney International serving up thrilling summertime action this January.
Previous years in the tournament's rich history have featured many of the sports most admired characters including Roger Federer, Martina Hingis, Juan Martin Del Potro and Lleyton Hewitt. And this year's tournament will be no different, with Australia's top-ranked tennis stars, eight Gram Slam champions, eight of the world's top ten female players and a whole host of next-generation players taking to the court from Sunday, January 6 to Saturday, January 12.
Defending women's champion — and current world number four — Angelique Kerber will return to battle it out for 2019 honours, while men's defending champ Daniil Medvedev will be fighting to take home the trophy again. Current women's US Open champion Naomi Osaka will also be in attendance, and Ash Barty and Alex de Minaur are set to be the hometown favourites.
There'll be plenty of action off-court, too. Between matches, you can catch your favourite players, including Stefanos Tsitsipas and Simona Halep at the autograph counter. Meanwhile, the ANZ Tennis Hot Shots program will also be hosting free tennis lessons for the young ones and racquet giveaways. Plus, getting to the tournament is easy — 2019 ticket holders are granted free train access to and from the Sydney International Tennis Centre.
Tickets are available as single sessions, three-day flexi passes or multi-session packages. Kids under 15 years go free to all sessions except finals. For more information and to purchase tickets, head this way.
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