Melbourne, 22 January 2011 | Tennis Australia

The Rally for Relief auction continues with the release of five double passes to the men’s final at Australian Open 2011.

Jacob’s Creek has donated the 30 January men’s final tickets, situated in a prime position on centre court at Rod Laver Arena.

The tickets are now being auctioned on ebay, selling in pairs. Voting closes on 25 January.

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All proceeds will go to help flood victims in Queensland. The auction follows a tennis charity match on the eve of Australian Open 2011 featuring Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak, Djokovic, Kim Clijsters, Sam Stosur and Lleyton Hewitt.

Bids are still being taken for a range of tennis items donated by players on the day of the charity match.

They include a Roger Federer-signed Wilson tennis racquet, a Justine Henin-signed racquet, Ana Ivanovic’s latest outfit signed by the Serbian and Novak Djokovic’s new Sergio Tacchini shirt, also signed by the 2008 Australian Open champion. There are also official Australian Open hats, giant tennis balls and towels signed by players on the day.

Donations to the Relief can also be made online. Go to:

Queensland energy company Queensland Energy Resources pledged to match dollar-for-dollar all money raised in the Rally for Relief tennis charity match. So far the benefit has raised AUD$2.3 million.