Thursday, 13 September 2012

Australia Open 1969

The Australia Open 1969 was the first Australia Start and the ultimate Huge Throw competition to allow both beginner and experts. The competition was performed in Queensland on Milton's lawn judges between a gent’s area of 48 and a female’s area of 32. It was the 57th version of the competition, the 7th and last one organized in Queensland, and the first Huge Throw competition of the season. 
The semifinal between Rod Laver and Tony Morrison Roche was performed in 105-degree warm. That competition drawn on for more than four hours both gamers placing wet clothes results in their caps to help them keep awesome.  The Men's single men and women headline was gradually won by Rod Laver beating Andres Gimeno. Maggie Judge took her 8th single men and women headline and the $1,500 award from Carrie Jean Master and taken the competition with Women's enhances and Combined. 
The 1969 Australia Start was the only season in the Start era that a combined enhances title was organized, until resumption in 1986. Marty Riessen and Maggie Judge distributed the headline with Sam Stolle and Ann Haydon Jackson because the ultimate was not performed due to a deficiency of time. It was also the last season that a younger mixed enhances title was performed, Aussies He Experts and Ann Hawcroft taking the headline. Laver's win was the first step towards his second Huge Throw. 
Men's Singles for the 1969 Australian Open Rod Laver defeated the Andres Gimeno, 6–3, 6–4, 7–5. Margaret Court defeated the Billie Jean King, 6–4, 6–1 in the Women's Singles 1969 Australian Open. Rod Laver, Roy Emerson defeated the Ken Rosewall, Fred Stolle, 6–4, 6–4 in the Men's Doubles Australian Open1969. In the 1969 Australian Open Women's Doubles Margaret Court, Judy Tegart Dalton def.  Rosemary Casals, Billie Jean King, 6–4, 6–4. In the Australian Open 1969 Mixed Doubles Margaret Court, Marty Riessen and Ann Haydon Jones, Fred Stolle. Australian open Tickets are available at Sport Ticket Exchange. Sport Ticket Exchange is deals with Sports Tickets.

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

Australia Open 1968

The 1968 Australia Open Competition was a tennis tournament that took place in the outdoor Kooyong Ground in Victoria, Australia from 19 to 29 Jan. It was the 56th edition of the Australia Competition (now known as Australia Open), the Fifteenth held in Victoria, and the first Huge Throw tournament of the season. 
It was also the last Huge Throw tournament to be restricted to beginners. The single men and women titles were won by Australia Bill Bowrey and American Carrie Jean Master. In Gents Singles activities Roy Emerson was the protecting champ but did not contend that season Bill Bowrey won in the ultimate 7–5, 2–6, 9–7 and 6–4 against Juan Gisbert, Sr.  In the Wonen's SinglesNancy Richey was the protecting champ but did not contend that season Carrie Jean Master won in the ultimate 6–1, 6–2 against Maggie Judge. 
In 1968 Competition Gents Enhances activities Penis Crealy / Allan Rock beaten Terry Addison / Ray Keldie 10–8, 6–4, 6–3. It was Crealy's 1st Huge Throw headline. It was Diamond's 1st Huge Throw headline. In the 1968 Australia Competition Females doubles activities Nancy Krantzcke / Kerry Melville beat Judy Tegart / Lesley Turner 6–4, 3–6, 6–2. It was Krantzcke's only Huge Throw headline. It was Melville's 1st Huge Throw headline. 
In the Australia 1968 Mixed events Dick Crealy / Billie Jean King defeated Allan Stone / Margaret Court by Walkover. It was Crealy's 2nd Huge Throw headline. It was King's Fourteenth Huge Throw headline. 2013 Australian Open Tickets are available at Sport Ticket Exchange. Sport Ticket Exchange is the deals with Sports Tickets.

Saturday, 8 September 2012

Norman Brookes Challenge Cup

Sir Norman Everard Brookes was born on 14 November 1877 in Melbourne, Australia. Brookes was an Australian tennis title holder and leader of the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia. Brooke’s father was William Brookes who had turn into rich from gold removal in the Bendigo area. 
He established a private education at Melbourne Grammar School. He went to work as a clerk at the paper mill where his father was organization director and was on the board himself within eight years. Brookes played commonly on the court of the family house in Queens Road Melbourne and near at the Lorne St courts. He studied the caress and plans of leading players.  Brookes was the first non-winning British men's singles at Wimbledon. He won the men's singles twice, first in 1907 and in 1914. 
He also won the double in each of those years, New Zealander Anthony Wilding, whom he beat in 1914. Singles Final. He is an important figure in the founding of the Australian Open tournament was known as the Australasian until 1927, which he won in 1911. Brookes is the world's # 1 tennis player of the 1900s. Brookes played 39 Davis Cup. Matches in Australia / New Zealand and the Australian Davis Cup team in 1905 and 1920 Brookes were instrumental in the Kooyong Tennis Centre. In 1926, the first president of the Lawn Tennis Association in Australia, which should happen in the next 28 years: was Norman Brookes Knight "- the recognition of service in the public service" in 1939, Lady Brookes made in.
1955th Dame Mabel Brookes named for his charitable work and social reasons. The trophy for the men's singles at the Australian Open is the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup, after him. He was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1977. In 1981 he became a stamp by Australia Post describes a cartoon image of Tony Rafty was issued. Brookes was died on 28 September 1968. Australian Open Tickets are available at Sport Ticket Exchange. Sport Ticket Exchange is the best site for Sports Tickets. Tennis Tickets are on Sale at Sport Ticket Exchange.

Thursday, 6 September 2012

Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup

Daphne Jessie Akhurst was born 22 April 1903 in Ashfield, New South Wales. She was an Australian tennis player. As said by Wallis Myers she was World No. 3 in 1928 championship. Jessie Florence the second daughter of Oscar James Akhurst a lithographer and his wife Daphne Akhurst won the at the Australian Championships five women's singles title in 1925, 1926, 1928, 1929, and 1930. 
She was ranked 3rd on the list of most women's singles titles at the Australian Championships, at the back only Margaret Court with eleven titles and Nancye Wynne Bolton with six titles. She was the champion of the women's doubles honor. At the Australian Championships five times in 1924 and 1925 with Sylvia Lance Harper, in 1928 with Esna Boyd Robertson, and in 1929 and 1931 with Louie Bickerton. 
The Australian Championships In the mixed doubles events she is the four times Championship in 1924 and 1925 at the John Willard, 1928 with Jean Borotra and 1929 Spring Moon. She was Vice-UPS 1926 and Willard He and his partner Jack Crawford reached the mixed doubles final of Wimbledon in 1928, but the team lost to Elizabeth Ryan / Patrick Spence, 7-5, 6-4. 26th February 1930 in the St. Philip Church of England, Sydney, Daphne Akhurst married Royston Stuckey Cozens, a cigarette manufacturer, and retired from serious competition after winning the Australian Ladies' doubles championship in 1931. 
They had one son. Daphne Akhurst Cozens died on 9 January 1933 from an ectopic pregnancy and was cremated. The cup presented to the winner of the women's singles at the Australian Open is named the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup in her honor every year. She was included into the Australian Tennis Hall of Fame on 26 January Australia Day2006. Buy Australian Open Tickets at sport Ticket Exchange. Sport Ticket Exchange is best site for Sports Tickets.

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Australian Open & Melbourne Park

Australian Open is the main event in the history of Australian. Melbourne Park is a sports venue specially Tennis in the Melbourne Sports and Entertainment division in Melbourne Victoria, Australia. It is the home of the Australian Open tennis tournament which is played yearly in January Since 1988. 
 The stadium was the home of the Melbourne Tigers basketball team and can be modified to host ice skating, netball, concerts, cycling as well as swimming and Motorsport events in Australia. It is run by Melbourne & Olympic Parks which also runs the neighbouring Olympic Park Stadium. The Yarra Park part of the Sports and Entertainment zone is run independently. Although it is best known as a tennis venue, Melbourne Park also plays host to a number of other sports and musical events throughout the year in the wild tend to use the more well-known international artists, as it is the largest, the larger the city, the Docklands Stadium MELBOURNE Cricket in Docklands and the surrounding ground, which is very expensive. 
In the past known as Center Court, Rod Laver Arena has a capacity of nearly 15,000, has a retractable roof and the second largest court is Hisense arena, which opened in 2000. It has a capacity of 10,500, and a Sunroof. It is a multi-purpose venue in the interim report for 2006. 
Used in the Commonwealth Games. There are also three show courts, as well as the former Show Court 1 is now the Margaret Court arena. Melbourne Park is adjacent to the Yarra MELBOURNE Cricket in the park, and there are several pedestrian bridges to connect the two rail lines through the separation of the park located 5 minutes walk from Richmond and Jolimont train stations and 5 minutes to the centre of town on the road 70 or 10 minutes. Buy and Sell AustralianOpen Tickets at Sport Ticket Exchange. Sport Ticket Exchange is the deal with Sports Tickets.

Monday, 3 September 2012

Australian Open Trophies

The Australian Open is the best Australian Tennis Tournament held at Melbourne, Australia every year. 
The Australian Open naturally has very high audience second only to the US Open and was the first Grand Slam Championship to feature indoor play during wet weather conditions or tremendous heat with its two primary courts, Rod Laver Arena and Hisense Arena, prepared with retractable roofs. The prize money rewarded in the men's and women's singles championship is distributed uniformly. 
In 2012 championship the $2,300,000 prize money was distributed for single’s events winner and $1,150,000 for finalist,  $454,500 for double’s champion and $227,250 for finalist and $135,500 for mixed double winner and $67,500 for finalist. All money is in Australian dollars.  Australian Open 2012 the tournament director announced that the prize money was greater than before to a$26,000,000 on 4 October 2011.
It's the highest prize money for Australian Open Championship. The names of the tournament winners are inscribed on the perpetual trophy Cups. The Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup is awarded women's singles winner. Norman Brookes Challenge Cup is awarded to men's singles winner. Buy Australian Open Tickets at Sport Ticket Exchange. Sport Ticket Exchange is Deals with Sports Tickets and Specially Tennis Tickets.

Saturday, 1 September 2012

Transmission of Australian Open Championship

In earlier times the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia (LTAA) is control The Australian Open by Tennis Australia and was first played at the Warehouseman's Cricket Ground in Melbourne in 1905. 
This competence is now known as the Albert Reserve Tennis Centre. In 2010 both live and taped coverage televised in the United States, ESPN and ESPN 2 AND TENNIS channel. The championship match was seen on ESPN2. Australia, Seven Network covers the entire tournament. In the rest of the world, can the tournament be Eurosport. 
BBC-TV provides limited coverage in some games in the United Kingdom: Australian Open no less TV Grand Slam event because of time zone differences between Australia and the large population centers in Europe and North America for Australian Open Men's Final is traditionally viewed sporting events in Australian Open. Buy and Sell Australian Open Tickets at Sport Ticket Exchange. Sport Ticket Exchange deals with famous Sports Tickets and specially Tennis Tickets.