Australian Pro Tour News

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Wildcard Mcphee into Playford quarters
Kaylah Mcphee Playford 2019
3 January, 2019

Kaylah Mcphee wins tough all-Aussie battle to reach the last eight in Playford.
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Woolcock back with upset win
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2 January, 2019

Returning from the sidelines after a significant knee injury, Victorian Belinda Woolcock comes from qualifying to defeat seventh-seeded Italian in Playford opener.
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Vukic safely through in Playford
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1 January, 2019

Sydney’s Aleks Vukic keeps Australian hopes alive with a spirited opening win at the ATP Challenger 90 in Playford.
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Five minutes with … Ellen Perez
Ellen Perez in action at the WTA Sydney International in January 2018 (Getty Images)
11 December, 2018

In her first full season as a pro, Ellen Perez rose inside the top 200 after reaching five Pro Tour finals. She arrives at Melbourne Park this week as the second seed in the…
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Priscilla Hon looking to take next step
Priscilla Hon, pictured in qualifying in Birmingham, competed more regularly on the WTA tour in 2018 (Getty Images)
7 December, 2018

On the cusp of the world's top 150, Priscilla Hon is working with a new coach as she targets a big Australian summer following a career-best season on tour.
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Albury to host international tennis tournament in 2019
Luke Saville
30 November, 2018

The Australian Pro Tour will swing through Albury in February when a new grass-court event debuts on the calendar in 2019.
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Biggest movers: Aussie men rise high in 2018
Alexei Popyrin rose more than 550 places in the rankings in 2018; Getty Images
20 November, 2018

Strong representation in the top 50, 12 different ATP Challenger champions, 15 players enjoying major rankings improvements ... it was a banner season for Australian men's…
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Biggest movers: Aussie women make gains in 2018
Ajla Tomljanovic; Getty Images
7 November, 2018

Many of Australia's women have enjoyed excellent 2018 seasons, with their improvements reflected in the release of the WTA year-end rankings this week.
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Two in a row for Jordan Thompson
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4 November, 2018

Jordan Thompson claims his second consecutive ATP Challenger title after defeating Spain’s Nicola Kuhn in Canberra.
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Hives breaks through with Canberra win
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4 November, 2018

Zoe Hives defeats fourth seed Olivia Rogowska to take the Apis Canberra International, denying her fellow Victorian the chance to defend her title.
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All-Aussie final set for Canberra
Olivia ROGOWSKA (AUS) [4] during Day five of the Apis Canberra International #ApisCBRINTL. Match was played at Canberra Tennis Centre in Lyneham, Canberra, ACT on Wednesday 31 October 2018. Photo: Ben Southall. #Tennis #Canberra
3 November, 2018

Defending champion Olivia Rogowska and maiden finalist Zoe Hives will clash for the first time to decide who takes home the Canberra crown.
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Thompson keeps rolling in Canberra
Jordan THOMPSON (AUS) [3] during Day four of the Apis Canberra International #ApisCBRINTL. Match was played at Canberra Tennis Centre in Lyneham, Canberra, ACT on Tuesday 30 October 2018. Photo: Ben Southall. #Tennis #Canberra
2 November, 2018

Jordan Thompson searches for three consecutive ATP Challenger finals after cruising into the Canberra semifinals.
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