Grand Slams
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The four Grand Slam tournaments are the most prestigious events on the tennis calendar.
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AO Series
Bernard Tomic of Australia plays a backhand in his quarter final match against Alexandr Dolgopolov of the Ukraine during day five of the 2014 Sydney International at Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre on January 9, 2014 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Brendon Thorne/Getty Images)
The five Australian tournaments held prior to the Australian Open.
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Davis Cup
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The ITF's official men's international team competition.
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Fed Cup
Fed Cup
The ITF's official women's international team competition.
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Australian Pro Tour
Australian Pro Tour
The Australian Pro Tour is a stepping stone to the ATP/WTA Tours. It features professional-level events that offer both prize money and ranking points.
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AO Play-off
Jordan Thompson poses with his Australian Open player accreditation after winning the Australian Open Play-off final over Ben Mitchell; Matt Johnson
The Australian Open Play-off gives Australian players outside the world’s top 100 the chance to compete for a wildcard into the Australian Open.
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Asia-Pacific Australian Open Wildcard Play-off
Di Wu of China holds his pass into the main draw of Australian Open 2013 after defeating Danai Udomchoke in the men's singles final of the Asia-Pacific Australian Open Wildcard Play-off in Nanjing, China; Getty Images
The Asia-Pacific Australian Open Wildcard Play-off provides the best players from the Asia-Pacific region with the opportunity to win a wildcard into the Australian Open.
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Australian Money Tournaments
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AMTs are semi-professional tournaments that provide quality matchplay opportunities for transitioning and post-junior athletes.
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Alex de Minaur. Picture: Getty Images
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Alex de Minaur celebrates a new milestone this week, becoming the highest-ranked Australian male singles player in more than 18 years.
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Hijikata, Popyrin qualify in singles at prestigious Queen’s Club tournament
Rinky Hijikata. Picture: Getty Images
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Australians Rinky Hijikata and Alexei Popyrin complete successful qualifying campaigns at an ATP 500 grass-court tournament in London.
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Aussie weekly wrap: Celebrating title-winning runs and career-best results
Alex de Minaur in action at 's-Hertogenbosch. Picture: Getty Images
17 June, 2024

Alex de Minaur is the first Australian to win the men's singles title at 's-Hertogenbosch since Lleyton Hewitt in 2001.
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Alex de Minaur crowned champion in ‘s-Hertogenbosch
Alex de Minaur defeats Sebastian Korda to triumph in 's-Hertogenbosch; Getty Images
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Alex de Minaur will rise to a career-high world No.7 after lifting a ninth ATP singles trophy in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
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