Who won Australian Open 2018?

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Who won Australian open 2018? The Australian Open 2018 was a tennis tournament held on the hard surface courts of Melbourne Park, located in Melbourne, Australia.

The championship was held between January 15 and 28, 2018. This was the 106th edition of the Open and the first Grand Slam tournament of 2018. It had individual events and male and female couples, in addition to mixed doubles.

Junior and wheelchair categories were also held.

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Men’s Singles – Roger Federer

Women’s Singles – Caroline Wozniacki

Men’s Double – Oliver Marach & Mate Pavic

Women’s Double – Timea Babos & Kristina Mladenovic

Wheelchair Men’s Singles – Shingo Kunieda

Wheelchair Women’s Singles – Diede de Groot

Who won Australian open 2018?
Winner of Australian Open 2018


The 2018 Australian Open was the 106th edition of the tournament. It was organized by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) and was part of the calendars of the ATP World Tour and the 2018 WTA Tour, under the category of Grand Slam.

It was composed of male and female cadres in the modalities of single and double for each one as well as a mixed double cadre. There were also events in single and double categories, in male and female branches, for junior players and in wheelchairs.

The tournament was playing on the 25 hard surface tracks of Melbourne Park. The 3 main courts, Rod Laver Arena (headquarters of the finals), Hisense Arena and Margaret Court Arena, which have a retractable roof used only in cases of rain or extreme heat.

Roger Federer was the defending champion in the Men’s singles 2018 Australian Open event and successfully retained his 6th title. He has defeated Marin Cilic in the final. On the other hand, Caroline Wozniacki won the women’s title, after defeating Simona Halep in the final to win her first Grand Slam.

Roger Federer added his legend with the 6th title at the Australian Open, 20th of the Grand Slam. Marin Cilic did not make it much less easy, resistant until the Swiss were pushing to the limit.

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