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.

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