Australian Open Tickets & Scheduling

Rod Laver Tennis Arena With the retractable roof in Rod Laver Arena you are sure to see play even if it happens to rain. Choose from Lower Level seats in the first 20 rows from the court or take advantage of less expensive Upper level seating. Either way you'll have access to the outer courts and a guaranteed reserved seats in Rod Laver or Vodafone arena with access to the stadiums in Melbourne Single or multiple session tickets and ground passes. Seating is limited, especially for matches on Australia Day in 2015.

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Dates & Schedule of Play    (CLICK on "Time" or "View Tickets" to see available tickets)
Day Session
Eve Session
Addt'l Option
1/19 Mon Men & Women 1st Round 11 am 7 pm
1/20 Tue Men & Women 1st Round 11 am 7 pm
1/21 Wed Men & Women 2nd Round 11 am 7 pm
1/22 Thur Men & Women 2nd Round 11 am 7 pm
1/23 Fri Men & Women 2nd Round 11 am 7 pm
1/24 Sat Men & Women 3rd Round 11 am 7 pm
1/25 Sun Men & Women 3rd Round 11 am 7 pm
1/26 Mon Men & Women 4th Round 11 am 7 pm
1/27 Tues Men's 4th round/Womens Qrtrs 11 am 7 pm
1/28 Wed Men & Women Quarterfinals 11 am 7 pm
1/29 Thurs Men's Quarters, Womens Semis 11 am 7 pm
1/30 Fri Men's Semifinals 11 am
1/31 Sat Women's Finals 1 pm
2/1 Sun Men's Finals 4:30 pm
* Australia is 15 to 18 hours ahead of USA. (EST to PST; & daylight savings)


2015 Australian Open Results:
In the men's ATP draw, Novak Djokovic endured a tough battle by defeating Andy Murray in 4 sets for his fourth Australian Open title. In the women's draw, Serena Williams won her sixth Australian Open title by defeating Maria Sharapova in a close straight set match.

Location: Melbourne, Australia
Venue: Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne Park

The Australian Open tennis tournament is the first of the four major Grand Slam tournaments. Each year it is hosted at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The other three Grand Slams are the French Open, Wimbledon, and the U.S. Open.

The tournament was initially called the Australian Championships and started in 1905. It did not officially change its name until what we presently call it today, the Australian Open, until 1968 which is coincidentally when the "open era" began.

The Australian Open is an exciting tennis experience for fans to view their favorite tennis players endure the Australian heat and look at how players perform on the Rebound Ace court surface. All of the grand slam tournaments showcases unique player skills because of the fact that not one major has the same surface.

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Australian Open Ticket Information:

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