When it comes to finding new sources of income, Tennis Australia boss Craig Tiley usually proves to be particularly resourceful. Of course, never out of selfishness, but always serving a higher cause.
So if some training matches before the start of the Australian Open are subject to admission, then the income will benefit the Australian Tennis Association Foundation.
Incidentally, the ticket prices can vary: The premium matchup will be held on Friday evening local time in the Rod Laver Arena. There Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios meet in the Rod Laver Arena, with 20 Australian dollars you are there.
Tournament favorite Djokovic can also be seen cheaper: on Wednesday, when the record champion meets Daniil Medvedev in a repeat of the 2021 final to practice. Adults pay $10 and children $5 for the occasion.
Also on the program: A session by Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev, a performance by Stan Wawrinka with a still unknown playmate, defending champion Rafael Nadal will play a few points with Hubert Hurkacz.
Jessica Pegula, newly crowned United Cup winner, and doubles partner Cori Gauff, who just won her third singles title on the WTA tour in Auckland, meet on the women’s side.
Marco Reus and Borussia Dortmund. A success story that will soon last eleven years. Reus’ contract expires in the summer. Both sides are currently further apart in terms of a contract extension. The Reus side is disappointed and surprised.
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