Australian open

StringSnapper

Hall of Fame
So guys I have the luxury of living in Melbourne this year so i get to watch the AO!

@Curious or other Melbournians / people that have gone to the AO before: how do you know who you'll see play? I.e. if I buy a ticket to the marget court wednessay 7pm session, I'm told I'll see one singles mens one singles women and maybe a doubles. But how do I know which side or quarter of the draw I'll be seeing?
 

Curious

Legend
So guys I have the luxury of living in Melbourne this year so i get to watch the AO!

@Curious or other Melbournians / people that have gone to the AO before: how do you know who you'll see play? I.e. if I buy a ticket to the marget court wednessay 7pm session, I'm told I'll see one singles mens one singles women and maybe a doubles. But how do I know which side or quarter of the draw I'll be seeing?
Not sure if you can guess before they release the schedule.
I don’t like watching tennis in big stadiums. I always buy ground pass and either go to practice courts or watch small court matches.
 

Happi

Rookie
Not sure if you can guess before they release the schedule.
I don’t like watching tennis in big stadiums. I always buy ground pass and either go to practice courts or watch small court matches.
I always go early in the week, get myself a ground pass, there will be a chance to watch top players on smaller courts.
 

Keendog

Semi-Pro
So guys I have the luxury of living in Melbourne this year so i get to watch the AO!

@Curious or other Melbournians / people that have gone to the AO before: how do you know who you'll see play? I.e. if I buy a ticket to the marget court wednessay 7pm session, I'm told I'll see one singles mens one singles women and maybe a doubles. But how do I know which side or quarter of the draw I'll be seeing?
You don't. But remember that ticket is also a ground pass, you can turn up first thing and watch all day on outside courts/hisense. Too crowded for me these days, you'll need to queue for just about any match
 
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