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IBM SlamTracker

Suggested use: Here you can get live scores, real-time statistics and deeper insight into your favourite player's best strategy for success. Available for Men's and Women's Singles matches on select courts, Australian Open SlamTracker allows fans to view tennis scores and stats in new and exciting ways.

Keys to the Match
IBM SlamTracker delivers in-depth analysis of a player's performance history to identify three Keys to the Match that they should meet in order to improve their chances of winning.

Leveraging the power of predictive analytics technology, IBM analysed over 39 million data points across five years of grand slam championships to find patterns and styles for players when they win. This knowledge is applied against an opponent's patterns and style to determine the keys to the match for each player.

Momentum
Within other tabs of SlamTracker, fans will be able to see the scores and statistics of matches come to life. Under Momentum, data is aggregated into a momentum meter, which shows which player has a current statistical edge. Player momentum is derived based on real-time analysis of game statistics, and is updated after each and every point.

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Matches in Progress

Suggested use: No download required. This single Web page provides you with a quick overview of what is happening right now on all courts at the Australian Open.
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Completed Matches

Suggested use: No download required. These Web pages allow you to review the game-by-game outcome of each match. Ideal for visitors who missed live matches and want to see how their favourite players fared.

Completed Matches are a set of pages for matches that have finished. They are categorised by type of match (e.g. Mens Singles, Womens Singles etc.) and by tournament day. Make your selection for type of match and day from the graphics on each page. Results from matches that have completed are moved from Matches in Progress to Completed Matches within a few minutes after the match finishes. Player names link to their biography pages.

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Schedule of Play

Suggested use: Check here each day at approximately 11:00 am AEDT when the daily Schedule of Play is posted. This allows you to plan when to come back to the site and watch your favourite players using other IBM Real-Time scoring options.

This court-by-court look at the day's events includes start of play times for each court. The Schedule of Play is posted each day at approximately 11:00 am AEDT. Scores for each match are also posted for current and previous day schedule of play rosters as they are available.

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Draws

Suggested use: No download is required for these pages. These pages display completed match scores and the progression of the players in each event (Men's Singles, Women's Singles, etc.) The draw pages allow you to view the next and previous round match-up (where available.)
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Country Scoreboard

Suggested use: No download is required for this page. Following all the Men's and Women's Singles main draw action, the Country Scoreboard will let you know how many players from each nation have entered, how many are left in the tournament, what that nation's cumulative win/loss record is.
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Event Statistics

Suggested use: No download is required for this page. Event statistics allow you to view detailed statistics for each completed match. Stats such as; who has the most aces so far in the men's draw, which woman has won the most break points and what are the top 20 serve speeds to date and much more can be found here.
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