Established in 1993, the Australian Tennis Hall of Fame is one of the highest honours Australian tennis players can receive. Players are inducted annually on Australia Day during the Australian Open. Players are honoured with a bronze bust, which is unveiled at Rod Laver Arena before being mounted alongside the other Hall of Famers in Garden

List of the winners of the Women's singles at the Australian Open Tennis Grand Slam Tournament since 1922 June 8 (Reuters) - List of French Open women's singles champions: 2019 Ashleigh Barty (Australia) beat Marketa Vondrousova (Czech Republic) 6-1 6-3 2018 Simona Halep (Romania) beat Sloane Stephens Feb 02, 2020 · The first of the four Grand Slams of the 2020 tennis season is in the books, with a new face and a tennis legend taking center stage at the Australian Open in Melbourne. MELBOURNE, Jan 25 (Reuters) - List of Australian Open women's singles champions since the event began in 1922 (Australian unless stated): 2019 Naomi Osaka (Japan) bt Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic Get all the latest WTA Australian Open 2020 live Tennis scores, results, and more!

List of French Open champions. Language; Watch; Edit; Open Era champions Seniors. Year Singles Doubles Men Women Men Women Mixed; 1968 Ken Rosewall Nancy Richey Ken Rosewall Fred Stolle Françoise Dürr Ann Haydon Jones

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The Australian CrossFit® Championship is a sanctioned proving ground for CrossFit® athletes, with a ticket to the 2020 CrossFit® Games up for grabs for first place male, female and team. The competition takes place on the 5th to 8th of March 2020 at the Gold Coast Exhibition Centre.

Australian Open | tennis tournament | Britannica Jul 13, 2020 Australian Open (golf) - Wikipedia The Australian Open, owned and run by Golf Australia, is the oldest and most prestigious golf tournament on the PGA Tour of Australasia.The Open was first played in 1904 and takes place toward the end of each year. The winner of the tournament receives the Stonehaven Cup, presented by Lord Stonehaven, the Governor-General of Australia from 1925 to 1930. List of The Open Championship champions - Wikipedia