Published: Fri, December 07, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

All top-ranked players on final entry list for Australian Open

All top-ranked players on final entry list for Australian Open

The 37-year-old had skipped this year's Australian Open saying that she is not fully ready to return for the season-opening Grand Slam as she believes her preparations had fallen just short of what she needed to be competitive.

The 37-year-old legendary female player Serena Williams, who is a seven-time victor of the Australian Open, has announced her return to the tournament next year. Unfortunately, she lost both tournaments and left of Australian grand slam singles titles.

Her final match last season was the final at Flushing Meadow, where her loss to Naomi Osaka was very much highlighted because of her row with umpire Carlos Ramos. The tournament will be held at Melbourne Park, a sports site in the Melbourne Sports and Entertainment Precinct in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Despite boasting seven players in the top 50, Australia's only Open singles seed will be Barty and possibly de Minaur if he can defend semi-final rankings points in Brisbane.

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"It's an exciting time of year and we can't wait to welcome this exceptionally strong player field to Melbourne for Australian Open 2019", Australian Open official website quoted Tiley, as saying.

Organisers said the world's top 102 women and top 101 men have all confirmed they will be playing.

Andy Murray who missed three of four slams previous year due to a hip injury and is ranked 259th in the world will also play the season-opening slam. This list includes five-time Australian Open finalist and former World No. 1, British player Andy Murray, followed by Serbian player Janko Tipsarević and Belgian player Steve Darcis.

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