Australian Open Tickets
Australian Open Tickets
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Australian Open News
No. 1 Nadal Holds Potential to Make History at 2014 Australian Open
After spending most of 2013 ranked everywhere but No. 1 as he continued to recover from a lingering knee injury, Rafael Nadal re-claimed the world's top spot in October following his U.S. Open triumph over Novak Djokovic, who himself had been ranked No. 1 since late 2012. With a new season ready to launch via the 2014 Australian Open, predictions have already begun emerging as many attempt to forecast what the year in tennis will bring. In regards to the first Grand Slam event of 2014, Nadal in particular has the potential to make history right off the bat. Already a winner of 13 Grand Slams, including eight French Open titles, an Australian Open win for Nadal would be the second of his career making him the first man to win every Grand Slam at least twice since Rod Laver accomplished the feat in 1969. The victory also would inch Nadal ever closer to catching Roger Federer's record 17 Grand Slam titles. That's not to say Djokovic should be counted out, though, as the reigning tournament champ will surely be looking to avenge last season's loss to Nadal and re-claim his top ranking.
On the women's side, No. 2 Victoria Azarenka will look to defend her Australian Open title, but may have to go through top-ranked Serena Williams to do it. Williams ended the year as the No. 1 women's player in the world for the first time since 2009, and has won five Australian Open titles to date, though the last came back in 2010. The 2014 edition is set to run from Jan. 13-26 at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, with men's and women's singles draws scheduled to be released on Jan. 10.