Whether you plan on visiting the “Down Under” just for the Grand Slam Australian Open tennis tournament, or if you wish to make that event a mere part of a fantastic journey through the Outback of Australia, Championship Tennis Tours can help get your plans cemented early and affordable for your big trip next year! Featuring individual ticket options or complete Australian Open packages complete with day trips and extended resort stays, you will find exactly the Grand Slam experience you’re looking for.

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The Rod Laver Arena of the Australian Open – (Photo Credit: © Richard Fisher)

One of the wonderful aspects about the Australian Open 2015 starting in January is the escape of winter it provides for us northern hemisphere dwellers. This trip offers a breath of warm air and a summer-weather vacation to pull you out of the harshest time of winter.


A 3 day stay at Hayman Island Resort is one of the Australian Open package options.

While Australia is certain to be quite hot during the tournament, Melbourne Park is now home to 3 stadiums with retractable roofs. Used to block out all sorts of inclement weather (including heat), your experience will be most likely to be uninterrupted and comfortable as you take in all the incredible tennis players.

The Australian Open is also a great event as it kick starts the new ATP and WTA tours with the new year’s opening Grand Slam. This presents players with a great opportunity to come out strong and make a statement early in the year. Surprising results and upsets are commons in the Australian Open, which saw Li Na and Stanislas Wawrinka claim the titles in 2014.  You never know what will happen at this tournament! But by making your Australian Open trip plans early with Championship Tennis Tours, you’ll be certain to have a fantastic trip!

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Nicholas Spiller

Nicholas Spiller

Nicholas Spiller has enjoyed the sport of tennis for many years.An enthusiast who covers all major sports, he finds tennis to be one of the most pleasant and inspirational games around to watch. He also spends his time as a musician in Los Angeles.
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