Summer of Tennis

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Australian Open
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Date: 14—27 Jan 2019

Melbourne Park, Melbourne, VIC
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Brisbane International
Brisbane International
Date: 30 Dec—6 Jan 2019

Queensland Tennis Centre, Brisbane, QLD
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Hobart International
Hobart International
Date: 5—12 Jan 2019

Domain Tennis Centre, Hobart, TAS
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Hopman Cup
Hopman Cup
Date: 29 Dec—5 Jan 2019

Perth Arena, Perth, WA
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Sydney International
Sydney International
Date: 6—12 Jan 2019

Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre, Sydney, NSW
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WTC
World Tennis Challenge
Date: 7—8 Jan 2019

Memorial Drive, Adelaide, SA
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Australian Open: Bolt stuns Simon in five
6 hours ago

Alex Bolt celebrates his second-round win over Gilles Simon at the Australian Open (Getty Images)Wildcard Alex Bolt has scored the biggest result of his career with a five-set upset win over 29th Gilles Simon on an atmospheric Court 3 at the Australian Open.
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Popyrin overcomes fatigued Thiem at Australian Open
7 hours ago

Alexei Popyrin waves to the crowd after getting past Dominic Thiem in the second round of Australian Open 2019 (Getty Images) Australian teenager Alexei Popyrin is through to the third round of the Australian Open after No.7 seed Dominic Thiem retired early in the third set of their match at Melbourne…
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Day 4: Popyrin, Bolt ready for AO action
14 hours ago

Alex Bolt (L) and Alexei Popyrin play their second-round matches on Day 4 at the Australian Open (Getty Images)Alexei Popyrin will look to join fellow Aussie teenager Alex De Minaur in the third round at Melbourne Park while Alex Bolt aims to continue his renaissance against Gilles Simon.
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De Minaur wins on dramatic night at Melbourne Park
17 January, 2019

Alex De Minaur celebrates his second-round victory over Henri Laaksonen at the Australian Open (Getty Images)Alex De Minaur survived qualifier Henri Laaksonen in five sets and will next face Rafael Nadal, who beat Matt Ebden. John Millman fell in a five-set epic to Roberto Bautista Agut.
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