Marking the official start to summer Tennis Australia announced that players and fans can expect a sizzling fortnight of world-class tennis at the Australian Open this January.
Australian Open tickets are the perfect gift for your loved ones this Christmas, with ticketing options to suit every taste and type.
Jelena Jankovic has enjoyed a stunning return to form and is brimming with confidence, which is exactly why you want her playing for your town during the AO Blitz.
Following a career-best season, Stanislas Wawrinka is poised for a strong run at Melbourne Park, which is exactly why you want him playing for your town during Australian Open 2014.
The AO Blitz will this week hit the Victorian Mallee centres of Swan Hill and Mildura, as well as stopping off in the Melbourne suburb of Elsternwick and Devonport in Tasmania.
Chinese talents Wu Di and Tang Hao Chen have secured Australian Open 2014 main draw wildcards after winning the Asia-Pacific Wildcard Play-off finals.
Top seeds Jimmy Wang and Saisai Zheng will headline the main draw action at the Australian Open 2014 Asia-Pacific Wildcard Play-off in Shenzhen, China.
A new world record was set in Parkes, New South Wales on Saturday when 772 people joined former world No.8 Alicia Molik to bounce balls on tennis racquets.
Hisense Australia has announced its official sponsorship of the Australian Open plus AO Series tournaments the Brisbane International and Apia International Sydney.
A gritty competitor and an increasing presence in the top 10, Sara Errani is exactly the kind of player you want playing for your town at Australian Open 2014 as part of the AO Blitz.
Roger Federer is set to commandeer Rod Laver Arena for a gala charity exhibition match on Wednesday 8 January.
Tomas Berdych's ability to inflict a giant-killing upset is exactly why you want him playing for your town at Australian Open 2014 as part of the AO Blitz.
You can help attempt to set a Guinness World Record when the AO Blitz visits Parkes in regional New South Wales on Saturday.
Petra Kvitova is on a mission to re-write history at Melbourne Park, which is exactly why you want her playing for your town at Australian Open 2014.
Tennis stars took centre stage in Newcastle when the AO Blitz roadshow recently rolled into the New South Wales city.
As David Ferrer continues carving out a brilliant career outside the limelight of the game's "Big Four", he's perfectly poised to represent your town at Australian Open 2014.
St Charbel’s College in the Sydney suburb of Punchbowl has skyrocketed up the AO Blitz schools leaderboard and has its eyes set on the top prize.
UPDATE: The AO Blitz will this week will hit the Melbourne suburbs of Rowville, Bundoora, Dandenong and Eltham, as well as stopping in South Australia.
Three straight Australian Open quarterfinals prove that Melbourne Park agrees with Agnieszka Radwanska, and this is why you want her playing for your town at AO2014.
Slowly but surely, Juan Martin del Potro is recapturing the form that took him to Grand Slam glory in 2009, which is why you want him playing for your town at Australian Open 2014.
The AO Blitz will this week hit Sale, Colac, Caroline Springs, Malvern, Newcastle, Gosford, Sydney Olympic Park, Emerald and Gawler.
She'll be as motivated as ever and has a history of rebounding from set-backs, which is exactly why you want Maria Sharapova playing for your town at Australian Open 2014.
UPDATE: The AO Blitz will this week hit Hobart, Mt Gambier, Renmark, Woolongong, Happy Valley and Traralgon.
On the last stop of the AO International Trophy Tour, Australian tennis legend Todd Woodbridge served up a tennis lesson to young players from Hong Kong on a harbour-front court overlooking the iconic city skyline.
Thousands of fans turned out to see the Australian Open trophies in southern China recently as the Australian Open International Trophy Tour continued on its route through Asia.
It will be a more relaxed yet highly-motivated Andy Murray who arrives at Melbourne Park in 2014, making him the perfect player to represent your town during Australian Open 2014 as part of the AO Blitz.
Despite her veteran status, Li Na may not have even peaked yet, making her perfectly placed to represent your town at Australian Open 2014.
Although he's suffered a dip in form in 2013, Roger Federer's incredible record at Melbourne Park makes him a great player to have competing for your town at Australian Open 2014.
Townsville in Queensland, inner-Sydney Surry Hills, Bendigo in Victoria and Western Australia’s Duncraig, Fremantle and Burswood will enjoy AO Blitz visits this week.
Australian tennis legend Rod Laver added a dose of star power to the Australian Open International Trophy Tour, reuniting with Norm in Shanghai.
Having produced possibly the most dominant season of her glittering career so far, wouldn't you want Serena Williams playing for your town at Australian Open 2014?
The Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup and the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup visited Beijing as part of the AO International Trophy Tour, and were are a hit at the China Open.
Top ball kids at Australian Open 2013, Olivia O'Meara and Dylan Colaci, blog about their experiences working as ball kids at the recent China Open and meeting the Chinese ball kids who will join the AO2014 squad.
The Australian Open trophies continued their international tour throughout Asia with a stop in Singapore, a city fast becoming a global tennis hub.
After a stunning 2013 season that has seen him return to world No.1, Rafael Nadal will be a highly-sought representative of all towns at Australian Open 2014 for the AO Blitz.
Asia's best tennis talent will compete for a prized Australian Open 2014 wildcard at the second annual Asia-Pacific Wildcard Play-off in Shenzhen, China.
Albany, Gunnedah, Ingham, Launceston, Manly and Margaret River will all be “blitzed” this week as the AO Blitz traverses Australia.
Tickets for Australian Open 2014 and all Australian Open Series events are now on sale - make sure you're part of this year's sizzling summer of tennis.
Want Victoria Azarenka playing for your town during Australian Open 2014? Register for the AO Blitz, start completing challenges and earn the points to make it happen.
Drought, fire and flood have decimated the Wimmera region in Victoria recently, but residents will have reason to smile today with the arrival of the AO Blitz.
You could have Roger Federer playing for your town at AO2014, and possibly even win a car, by playing tennis as part of the AO Blitz.
Rafael Nadal and the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup were the talk of Seoul when they arrived as part of a promotional visit for Kia, an event also marking the first stop on the Australian Open International Trophy Tour.
The incredible transformation of Margaret Court Arena and increased usage of the stunning National Tennis Centre will give fans and players a whole new experience at Australian Open 2014.
A breakdown of all the interesting facts and figures highlighting Australian Open 2014 ahead of the year's first Grand Slam at Melbourne Park.
Australian Open prize money will have increased an incredible $7 million in the past two years when the 2014 event offers AUD$33 million.
Want Novak Djokovic playing for your town during Australian Open 2014? Register for the AO Blitz, start completing challenges and earn the points to make it happen.
Following a recent Blitz event at Tennis Palmerston, Darwin is determined to be one of Australia’s leading towns in the inaugural AO Blitz competition.
Rafael Nadal will be reunited with the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup as the Australian Open International Trophy Tour kicks off on Friday in Seoul, Korea.
The AO Blitz is up and running - your chance to get an Australian Open 2014 player competing for your town. So how tennis are you?
After nearly a decade leading Tennis Australia, CEO Steve Wood announced today he has informed the Board of his intention to resign from the role at the end of September.
Roger Federer has announced that he will contest the 2014 Brisbane International, marking a departure from his traditional lead-in to the Australian Open.
After the clay and grass of Europe, tennis will this week turns its attention to hardcourts across the Atlantic for a five-week run-up to the year’s final Grand Slam event in New York, the US Open.
Who are the women set to make a charge at Wimbledon this year?
As the Wimbledon Championships approach, we take a look at the men who go into the grasscourt Grand Slam in sizzling form, and those whose results are in need of an upward surge.
Become an Australian Open member before Sunday 14 July for your chance to win seats to every session of Australian Open 2014
With Roland Garros approaching, our experts take a look at the storylines that could unfold in Paris.
Picking a winner on the men's and women's side at Roland Garros is almost as challenging as winning a Grand Grand Slam tournament. We take a look at the players most likely to succeed this month.
Australian Open gift vouchers are the perfect gift for a tennis loving mum.
A range of exciting positions Australian Open 2014 open on June 1 for new applicants.
Outside Roland Garros, some of the best clay courts in the world are available for hire at the home of the Australian Open.
Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley delights in the regrouping of the Big 4 on the world tennis stage.
Join up as an AO member to be first in the queue at Australian Open 2014.
Reigning Australian Open champions Novak Djokovic and Victoria Azarenka have continued the 2013 season with an air of invincibility.
Australian Open hospitality packages cater to a range of clients and customers wanting the best Grand Slam experience.
Think you have what it takes to work at the Australian Open? A wide selection of roles will be advertised in the coming months for 2014.
Kia Fan of the Day winners announced.