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Tennis Australia Announced A Jam-Packed Schedule For Australian Open Swing 2023

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 31: Rafael Nadal of Spain speaks to media after winning last night's 2022 Australian Open Men's Singles Final, at Government House on January 31, 2022 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Andy Cheung/Getty Images)
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 31: Rafael Nadal of Spain speaks to the media after winning last night’s 2022 Australian Open Men’s Singles Final, at Government House on January 31, 2022, in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Andy Cheung/Getty Images)

Tennis Australia, the governing body for Tennis in Australia, has announced a jam-packed schedule for the upcoming Australian Open swing 2023. The summer program is set to take place from 29 December 2022 to 29 January 2023 across the seven states and territories and comprises several amazing events like the Australian Open, United Cup, and Adelaide International.


The AO swing 2023 will see the inaugural edition of the United Cup, the mixed-gender team event. The group stage matches of the brand-new tournament will be held between 29 December 2022 to 04 January 2023 across Brisbane, Perth, and Sydney in a round-robin format. 

After a day of travel hiatus, the semifinals and final of the United Cup 2023 will be played from 06 to 08 January in the capital of New South Wales. Followed by the Festival of Tennis is scheduled to go down from 1 to 14 January in Adelaide, the host city of ATP/WTA combined tournaments, Adelaide International 1 and Adelaide International 2. 

Following a couple of years of intervals, the Hobart International, the WTA 250 event, will be run between 9-14 January in Hobart. The pinnacle of the Downunder summer of tennis, the Australian Open 2023, will be held from 16-29 January in Melbourne.

You can see the Australian Summer of Tennis 2023 full calendar in the following table.


Australian Open Swing 2023 Schedule

29 Dec – 04 JanUnited Cup
Group Stage
ATP 500/WTA 500Brisbane
01-08 JanAdelaide
International 1
ATP 250/WTA 500Adelaide
01-07 JanCanberra
ATP ChallengerCanberra
06-08 JanUnited Cup
Final Four
ATP 500/WTA 500Sydney
09-14 JanAdelaide
International 2
ATP 250/WTA 500Adelaide
09-12 JanAustralian Open
Grand SlamMelbourne
09-14 JanHobart
WTA 250Hobart
10-14 JanWheel Chair
13-18 JanTraralgonITF J1Traralgon
16-20 JanMelbourne
Wheel Chair Open
16-29 JanAustralian OpenGrand SlamMelbourne


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Thiru Murugesan

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