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.

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