Why you shouldn’t read the headline analyzers
It is the day after Christmas and the sun is shining, and it is time for the headliners at this year’s Australian Open to hit the dance floor.
The best of the best have been put through the wringer and the winners have been announced.
The headliners for this year are the same as for previous years.
It is just that, for the first time, the top-ranked player from each of the top 12 men’s tennis nations will have a chance to play each other.
Australian Open: Who is on the move?
– The Daily Mail article The best tennis players on the planet will be heading out to the Australian Open for what is shaping up to be the biggest tournament in recent memory.
The winners will be crowned on Thursday at 11am AEST (7am AEDT).
Australian Opens Top 20 Ranking: Full rankings from top men’s players – ESPN (Updated) In addition to the top men, the next tier of top-10 players is also expected to be announced, with Australian Open regular Michael van Gerwen and US Open regular Martin Kaymer expected to compete.
Michael van Gerwyn: I’ll play as long as I want – Tennis Australia (Updated by Nick Roddam) This is the first year since 2013 that the Australian men will compete on a tour without a major grand slam to choose from.
But the players from the top 10 men’s squads will be able to put their names forward to play against each other and will face off in the finals, too.
Kane Williamson: Tennis can be more than just a sport – Fox Sports (Updated Friday morning) The big names in tennis are the best in the world, so why can’t the best players from other sports compete on the same level?
Tennis has traditionally been a very international sport.
There is a good chance that players from some of the other sports in tennis will also be invited to compete on this tour, and in fact, some of those who were invited to play on the tour of Australia in 2012 will have to play in the first Australian Open match.
How many players will be on the court?
– ESPN Australia’s Tennis Channel (Updated on Thursday morning)