Australian Open Tennis Tournament is the first grand slam event of the year. Held in Melbourne, Australian Open Tennis event is a mega show for the modern tennis players.

Australian Open

The Australian Open Tennis Championships is one of the most-awaited four Grand Slam tennis tournaments held every year. This annual event happens in January at Melbourne Park. Started in 1905 at a small level, the Australian Open has now become a grand annual event in the world. Resembling all other Grand Slam tournaments, the event comprise of men's and women's singles competitions; men's, women's, and mixed doubles; and junior's and master's competitions.

Rod Laver Arena and Hisense Arena are the two main courts used in the tournament. Since the event clashes with summers in Australia, the Australian Open is notorious for its hot days. However, the tennis fans beat the heat with their zeal and enthusiasm for the game and the Australian Open is often marked by high attendance. The Norman Brookes Challenge Cup is awarded to the winner of Men's Singles, while Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup is presented to the winner of Women's Singles. With the state-of-the-art infrastructure, tight security and unbeatable rounds of contests, the Australian Open Tennis Tournament is a mega show for tennis lovers all over the world.