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​Best Shots and Rallies in Australian Open History

By raph sebbag 3 months ago 201 Views

With the first week of the 2019 Australian Open complete and Quarter Finals matches starting tomorrow (tickets here), we thought now is the perfect time to take a look at some of the best shots and rallies so far and in Australian Open History. Here they are below in no particular order. Enjoy.

Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal – 2017 Final

Federer Nadal 2017 Australian Open

This point was more than just a point it was the pinnacle of their 15 year rivalry. It was Roger Federer making a stand against Rafa and laying claim to being the undisputed Greatest of All Time. This point still gives chills.

Novak Djokovic vs Rafael Nadal - 2011 Final

Novak Djokovic after point against Nadal 2011 Australian Open Final

Possibly the greatest physical contest in tennis history. 2 of the best athletes on the planet battling it out at full intensity for almost 6 hours. This is perhaps the point that best captures the quality and brutality of the tennis.

Simona Halep vs Caroline Wozniacki - 2018 Final

Caroline Wozniacki

Last year’s Women’s finals was arguably the match of the tournament and one of the best finals played at Melbourne Park. Watch here as Wozniacki desperately defends before finally, finally winning her first Grand Slam title.

24-shot rally from Cornet and Mertens - 2018 3rd Round

Elize Cornet

Check out this rally which has a bit of everything with both players throwing themselves around the court like their lives depended on it.

Novak Djokovic vs Stanislas Wawrinka - 2013 4th Round

Novak Djokovic vs Stanislas Wawrinka 2013 Australian Open

Maria Sharapova vs Caroline Wozniacki - 2019 3rd Round

Maria Sharapova

A breath-taking rally between last year’s champion and a back in-form Sharapova. The rally goes back and forth with Wozniacki eventually gaining control of the rally and gets Sharapova on the run who then throws up an incredible left handed lob, winning the point from there.

Frances Tiafoe vs Andreas Seppi - 2019 3rd Round

Frances Tiafoe stretch volley

Another point from this year’s Australian Open, it features everything - a long rally, power, touch, angles, diving volleys and even an around the back trick-shot from Seppi. Tiafoe is currently in the Quarter Finals of the Aus Open with break out performances from the 20 year, and will be dangerous for Nadal.

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