2012 saw the four Grandslams split between the top four players, who will win the opening major of 2013?
Melbourne, Victoria -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/28/2012 -- January 14th 2013 will see the start of the 101st Australian Open, a tournament that has provided fans with some of the greatest Tennis matches ever played. However the modern era has nurtured plenty of incredible talent and rivalries that will be showcased. After the winters rest, rejuvenated players will take to the court to begin the seasons opening major and it is guaranteed to bring the same if not higher levels of excitement and skill that was shown during the 2012 season.
Given the distance between Melbourne and the Northern Hemisphere, many Tennis fans will be left with the choice to travel either with comercial airlines or through a Private hire service where they will be able to use aircraft travel credit cards.
Men's Tennis was dominated for so long by possibly the greatest player of all time Roger Federer, before Rafael Nadal emerged fully on the scene and one of the fiercest on court rivalries began. The pair continued to share the spoils of Grandslam tournaments for a number of years until recently. Two new players have blown the competition wide open and for the last few years the mens draw has become firmly under control by what people are calling the 'Big Four'. Federer and Nadal have been joined at the pinnacle of Tennis by Serbia's Novak Djokovic and Britain's Andy Murray, theses four men each took a one of the four Grandslam tournaments in 2012, which makes any the Australian Open impossible to predict. January will also witness the long awaited return of Rafael Nadal whose 2012 season was plagued with injury after his victory in the French Open. The top four cannot afford to rest on their laurels however as players such as France's Jo Wilfried Tsonga, the Czech Republic's Tomas Berdych, Spain's David Ferrer and Argentina’s Juan Martin Del Potro are all snapping at their heels ready to make their mark at the top.
The Women's side of the draw is just as difficult to call after a 2012 that saw America's Serena Williams, Russia's Maria Sharapova and Belarus's Victoria Azarenka all on imperious form. Also with an increase in the players winning purse to make it the largest prize out of all of the majors, all competitors ensure they are on top form, producing the best tennis in Australia’s brilliant sunshine.
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He continued by saying “Next years Australian Open is set to be one of the stand-out events of the 2013 calendar”.
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