Melbourne, Australia, 28 March 2013 |

Fans can now re-live some of the best moments from Australian Open 2013 through the AOTV Vault.

Nine matches from the 2013 event have been added to the Vault, allowing viewers to watch these contests, in full, for free.

The AOTV Vault also offers the ability to filter searches for matches by player, year, championship matches, comebacks or great upsets. The viewing experience is enhanced by facilitating searches for specific match highlights including sensational rallies, mind-blowing shots, and unforgettable match points.

Headlining the 2013 matches is the women’s final between Victoria Azarenka and Li Na, a dramatic and absorbing three-set battle ultimately won by Azarenka.

Not only were there Australia Day fireworks and two serious injuries to Li that necessitated medical time-outs, but the quality of the tennis was outstanding, making it one of the more memorable women’s deciders in the tournament’s history.

Other 2013 women’s matches added to the Vault are Li’s demolition of Maria Sharapova in the semifinals, Azarenka’s controversial victory over young upstart Sloane Stephens in the other semifinal, and the closely-fought quarterfinal battle between Li and Agnieszka Radwanska.

Five men’s matches have also been added, most notably the four-set quarterfinal featuring eventual champion Novak Djokovic and Tomas Berdych.

You can also re-visit Roger Federer’s clinical performance against Milos Raonic in the fourth round, unseeded Jeremy Chardy’s upset win over Juan Martin del Potro in the last 32, the brutal five set second round battle in scorching heat between Blaz Kavcic and young local James Duckworth, and and the epic first rounder between Tommy Haas and Jarkko Nieminen.

The action doesn’t stop there in the AOTV Vault.

You can watch classic Australian Open matches dating all the way back to 1975, when the tournament was staged on grass at the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club.

And more matches from the 2013 tournament are expected to be added to the Vault in the coming weeks.