Saturday, 14 January 2017

Austrailian Open 2017 Draw Mens and Womens

Austrailian Open 2017 Draw Mens and Womens : The official draw for the 2017 Australian Open occurred Friday morning in Melbourne (Thursday evening on the East Shoreline of the Unified States). 

On the women's side, defending champ Angelique Kerber attracted Lesia Tsurenko the first round. Serena Williams will open against Belinda Bencic.

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For the men, Novak Djokovic draws Fernando Verdasco and Andy Murray opens against Ilya Marchenko.
Australian Open 2017 Draw

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A year ago, Williams and Djokovic entered the main Pummel of the year as the top seeds. In any case, both Williams and Djokovic have dropped a spot entering the current year's competition, with Kerber and Murray now the top–ranked player in the WTA and ATP, individually. Djokovic beat Murray in the final of the Qatar Open this previous weekend.

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Roger Federer, a four–time Australian Open champ, is set to play in his first visit occasion taking after a long damage spell. Federer came back to activity in the Hopman Glass a week ago; his last non-show occasion was at Wimbledon the previous summer.

2017 Australian Open Women's Draw

- Garbine Muguruza v. Angelique Kerber
- Karolina Pliskova v. Agnieszka Radwanska 
- Simona Halep v. Svetlana Kuznetsova
- Serena Williams v Dominika Cibulkova

Aus Open 2017 Men's Draw

- Andy Murray v. Kei Nishikori
- Stan Wawrinka v. Marin Cilic
- Gael Monfils v. Milos Raonic
​- Dominic Thiem v. Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray to play Ilya Marchenko in first round?

Murray was drawn in an indistinguishable quarter from Roger Federer - meaning the combine could confront each other in the last eight. 
The 29-year-old Scot is pursuing a fourth Thousand Pummel title and his first in Melbourne, where he has achieved the final five circumstances. 

English world number 10 Johanna Konta, 25, will confront Kirsten Flipkens from Belgium.
Konta's draw puts her in an indistinguishable quarter from Slovakia's Dominika Cibulkova and American six-time champion Serena Williams. 

Heather Watson and Naomi Broady will both face Australian rivals, with Watson playing Sam Stosur and Broady up against Daria Gavrilova. 
Defending men's champion Novak Djokovic will go for a record seventh Australian Open title with a first-round match against Fernando Verdasco.

Spaniard Verdasco thumped his countryman Rafael Nadal out in the opening round last year, however lost to Serb Djokovic in their late meeting at the Qatar Open regardless of having five match focuses amid a moment set tie-break. 
Nadal, seeded ninth, will play German Florian Mayer, before a conceivable quarter-final against Canadian Milos Raonic.

In the ladies' draw, Williams is going for a record 23rd Grand Slam title. 
Her first match will be against Swiss Belinda Bencic.

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Safeguarding champion Angelique Kerber will play 61st-positioned Ukrainian Lesia Tsurenko.

World number one Kerber is going for her third Grand Slam win taking after her lady US Open title a year ago.

Australian Open Prize Money

Coordinators at the current year's Australian Open 2017 have expanded prize cash at the season opening grand slam by 14 for every penny on a year ago's pot in a measure to handle debasement. 

Subsequent to being hit by charges of match-settling on the eve of the tournament a year ago, the Australian Open is putting forth much bigger money related reward to those at the lower rungs of the sport. 

The opening grand slam of 2017 gets going on 16 January with Novak Djokovic and Angelique Kerber protecting the singles titles.

In spite of the fact that the men's and womens' singles champions can anticipate bringing home £2.24 million for scooping either the Norman Brookes Challenge Glass or Daphne Akhurst Remembrance Container, first-round failures can get a check for £30,000 - an expansion of 30 for every penny on a year ago's pot. 

Sir Andy Murray, a lasting best man in Melbourne, would leave £1.15m wealthier this year on the off chance that he misses the mark in the last for the 6th time in his vocation.
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