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Full Australian ‘summer of tennis’ schedule revealed for 2023

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It’s officially summer in Australia, which means that the annual ‘summer of tennis’ is right around the corner.

Tennis Australia have revealed the full schedule of events to take place in the lead-up to the first Grand Slam tournament of 2023, the Australian Open. 

The calendar includes a combination of ATP and WTA competitions, as well as a brand-new mixed tournament.

Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania and the ACT have all been selected to host a variety of warm-up events.

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The 2023 ‘summer of tennis’ will begin in late December with the group stage of the inaugural United Cup, which sees nations go toe-to-toe in a mixed-team competition format.

The semi-finals and final of the tournament will take place between January 6-8. 

Elsewhere, the Adelaide International will run its two events again next year, along with tournaments in Canberra and Hobart.

Melbourne will then host the Victorian Wheelchair Tennis Open and Melbourne Wheelchair Open in mid-January, with the Traralgon Juniors to be held in regional Victoria.

January 16 will mark the start of the 2023 Australian Open, which is scheduled to wrap up on January 29.

Full Australian 2023 ‘summer of tennis’ schedule

Date Event Location
Dec 29 – Jan 4 United Cup group stage Brisbane, Perth and Sydney
Jan 1 – Jan 8 Adelaide International 1 Adelaide
Jan 1 – Jan 8 Canberra International Canberra
Jan 6 – Jan 8 United Cup final four Sydney
Jan 9 – Jan 14 Adelaide International 2 Adelaide
Jan 9 – Jan 12 Aus Open qualifying Melbourne
Jan 9 – Jan 14 Hobart International Hobart
Jan 10 – Jan 14 Victorian Wheelchair Tennis Open Melbourne
Jan 13 – Jan 18 Traralgon Juniors Traralgon
Jan 16 – Jan 20 Melbourne Wheelchair Open Melbourne
Jan 16 – Jan 29 Australian Open Melbourne


Credit: sportingnews.com

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