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Australian Open, Men's

  • January 16 - January 29, 2017

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Overview

The first major of 2017, the Australian Open in Melbourne sets the tone for the rest of the season. The No. 1 seed is Andy Murray, a five-time finalist who has never won the title. Novak Djokovic, the No. 2 seed, has won Down Under six times and is the two-time defending champion. He's beaten Murray in the final on four different occasions.

After missing the U.S. Open with an injury, Roger Federer—a four-time champion here—returns to Grand Slam competition. 

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News & Commentary

Two weeks in Oz: How Australia allowed escape for players, fans

Looking back at two weeks of drama Down Under, and saying thanks to the Australian Open.

Australian Open organizers say the event was "highly successful"

"I think there were many people who doubted we could pull it off," Craid Tiley said.

Ranking Reaction: Djokovic locks in No. 1 record, Serena up to No. 7

The Serb will set the new ATP record for most career weeks at No. 1 in two weeks.