Prize money and WTA points
Winner $2,975,000 / 2000 points
Finalist $1,625,000 / 1300
Semi-Finalists $925,000 / 780
Quarter Finalists $555,250 / 430
Round of 16 (4r) $338,250 / 240
Round of 32 (3r) $227,925 / 130
Round of 64 (2r) $158,850 / 70
Round 128 (1r) $106,250 / 10
2018 Caroline Wozniacki (DEN) vs Simona Halep (ROU) 76(2) 36 64
2019 Naomi Osaka (JPN) vs Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic) 76(2) 57 64
2020 Sofia Kenin (USA) vs Garbine Muguruza (ESP) 46 62 62
2021 Naomi Osaka (JPN) vs Jennifer Brady (USA) 64 63
2022 Ashleigh Barty (AUS) vs Danielle Collins (USA) 63 76(2)
Australian Open debutants
Sara Bejlek (Czech Republic) Brenda Fruhvirtova (Czech Republic) Linda Fruhvirtova (CZE) Olivia Gadecki (AUS) Talia Gibson (AUS) Julia Grabher (AUT) Selena Janicijevic (FRA),
Polina Kudermetova (Russia) Eva Lys (GER) Katherine Sebov (CAN) Oksana Selekhmeteva (Russia) Diana Schneider (Russia) Lucrezia Stefanini (ITA) Moyuka Uchijima (JPN) Yuan Yue (CHN)
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Monday, January 16
Let’s go with an easy win for Coco Gauff over Katerina Siniakova (TCH) 6/1 6/4 for this 2023 edition. The same score for Maria Sakkari against Chinese Yue Yuan.
Solid, Victoria Azarenka beat Sofia Kenin (USA) 6/4 7/6. Petra Kvitova dominates Alison Van Uytvanck of Belgium 7/6 6/2.
Danielle Collins, last year’s finalist, will have a harder time beating the excellent Anna Kalinskaya (RUS) 7/5 5/7 6/4 after 3 hours of play. .
Good match from Bianca Andreescu who scored 6/2 6/4 against Marie Bouzkova (TCH, TDS 25). Clara Burel logically eliminates Australia’s Talia Gibson 6/3 6/4.
Ukraine’s Marta Kostyuk puts in a fine performance, defeating Amanda Anisimova (USA, TDS 28) 6/3 6/4. Diana Schneider, one of the young and promising Russians, defeats Kristina Kutsova (SVK) 7/6 7/5.
On the other hand, 15-year-old Brenda Fruhvirtova, who also qualified, faces Aljaksandra Sasnovich (BLR) 7/5 6/2.
Tough start for world number 1 Iga Swiatek with strong Jule Niemeier (GER) 6/4 7/5.
CLUTCH ✊@iga_swiatek Saves his best tennis at the end of each set to beat Niemeier 6-4, 7-5 and move on to Melbourne!
Osorio is next in round 2 🔜 @AustralianOpen
-wta (@WTA) January 16, 2023
Jill Teichmann (SUI) is solid against Harriet Dart (GBR) 7/5 6/1. Kaja Juvan logically favors Habs hopeful Selena Janicijevic 7/5 6/1.
Prepared after elimination from the qualification round, Leolia Jeanjean leaves the match against Nadia Podoroska (ARG) 0/6 3/6.
Tuesday, January 17
No worries for Caroline Garcia, very easy 6/3 6/0 against Canadian qualifier Katrin Sebova. Anna Karolina Schmiedlova (SVK) TDS 21 beat Martina Trevisa (ITA) 6/3 6/2.
Diane Parry was beaten 6/1 6/1 by Taylor Townsend (USA) and Alize Cornet, brilliant last year, will be a big loser after losing to Leylah Fernandez (CAN) 7/5 6/2.
No problem for Aryna Sabalenka, Ekaterina Alexandrova and Camila Giorgi, who easily dominated Tereza Martincova, Ysaline Bonaventure and Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova.
Kimberly Birrell, WTA 167, rejects seasoned Kaia Kanep (EST) 3/6 7/6 6/1, boosted by her public. 17-year-old Linda Fruhvirtova dominates Jaimee Fourlis (AUS) 6/0 6/4.
Ons Jabeur required three shots to get past Tamara Zidansek (SLO) 7/6 4/6 6/1 in the night session.
Russians Veronika Kudermetova and Yekaterina Aleksandrova also enter the 2nd round after their win over Maryna Zanevska and Jasmin Paolini.
Elise Mertens, TDS 26, overcomes disappointing Garbine Muguruza again, 3/6 7/6 (3) 6/1. Karolina Pliskova and Belinda Bencic also made it through this first round very easily against Viktoria Tomova and Xiyu Wang.
Other meetings have been suspended…
Wednesday, January 18
We begin with the conclusion of the first round matches and the incredible punishment of Varvara Gracheva (RUS) over her compatriot Daria Kasatkina (TDS 8) 6/1 6/1. Bernarda Pera (USA) also caused a surprise by dropping Qinwen Zheng 6/4 6/4.
Croatia’s Donna Vekic meets Oksana Selekmeteva (RUS), 6/2 2/6 7/6 (10/7). Beatriz Haddad Maia suffered another shock defeat, surprising Spain’s Nuria Parrizas Diaz 7/6 6/2.
Let’s move on to Round 2, Iga Swiatek, solid, Camila Osorio (COL) 6/2 6/3 and Jessica Pegula, TDS 3, Aljaksandra Sasnovichi (BLR) 6/2 7/6;
Coco Gauff also beat Emma Raduca in straight sets 6/3 7/6. Another American Madison Keys escapes Xinyu Wang 6/2 6/3.
— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 18, 2023
On the other hand, Maria Sakkari will have to battle through three rounds to defeat young Russian Daria Schneider, who qualified 3/6 7/5 6/3 with a devastating forehand.
Elena Rybakina atomizes Slovenia’s Kaja Juva, while Victoria Azarenka is up against Nadia Podoroska. We are still celebrating the great victory of Ukraine’s Anhelina Kalinina, who eliminated Petra Kvitova 7/5 6/4.
No worries for Barbora Krejcikova, easy winner of Clara Burel 6/4 6/1. Warrior Danielle Collins runs Karolina Muchova 6/7 6/2 7/6.
Let’s finish with one last surprise, Spain’s Cristina Bucsa’s upcoming success over Bianca Andreescu (CAN) 2/6 7/6 6/4.
Thursday, January 19
Facing the excellent Leila Fernandez in the 2nd round, Caroline Garcia unsurprisingly faced huge challenges to see off the Canadian 7/6 7/5.
Aryna Sabalenka easily beat Shelby Rogers (USA) 6/3 6/1. WTA 115 qualifier Katie Volynets sprung a surprise, dropping Veronika Kudermetova, TDS 9, 6/4 2/6 6/2.
Magda Linette (POL), who has been playing very well since the beginning of the year, defeated Anett Kontaveit (EST, TDS 16) 3/6 6/3 6/4. In a very bad start, compatriot Yekaterina Alexandrova was defeated by Taylor Townsend (USA) 1/6 6/2 6/3.
Elise Mertens (BEL), solid, beats Lauren Davis (USA) 6/4 6/3. 17-year-old Linda Fruhvirtova (TCH) beat Kimberly Birrell (AUS) 6/3 6/2. Karolina Pliskova defeated Yuliya Putintseva (KAZ) 6/0 7/5.
The stunning Donna Vekic (CRO) defeated Ludmila Samsonova (RUS, TDS 18) 6/3 6/0, while fellow Russian Anastasia Potapova lost to Nuria Parrizas Dias (ESP) 6/3 6/2.
Varvara Gracheva also sees off Lucrezia Stefani 6/3 6/1 in good time.
The day ends with another surprise, Ons Jabeur, the defeat of TDS 2 and largely dominated by Czech comeback Marketa Vondrousova. With a perfect left-handed forehand and a very high rebound, he extinguished all odds, score: 6/1 6/7 6/1.
Friday 20 January
Barbora Krejcikova beat Anhelina Kalinina (BKR) 6/2 6/3 to advance to the round of 16. Coco Gauff calm compatriot Bernarda Pera 6/3 6/2.
Jessica Pegula dynamits fellow Ukrainian Marta Kostyuk, 6/0 6/2. Iga Swiatek does the same with Cristina Bucsa (ESP) 6/0 6/1.
A very good performance for 2021 edition finalist Danielle Collins (USA) 6/2 5/7 6/2 over Elena Rybakina. Jelena Ostapenko beat Katerina Baindli (BKR) 6/3 6/0.
Victoria Azarenka, who was mistreated by Madison Keys in the first set, lost 6/1, then turned things around and crushed the American 6/2 6/1.
We finish with the big surprise of the day, Maria Sakkari (TDS 6), a 7/6 1/6 6/4 loss against Lin Zhu, WTA 87. Of course, the Greek wasn’t really brilliant this week, but he was there to beat. Against the Chinese…
Saturday, January 21
Karolina Pliskova, who no one expected, continues her way with a win over Varvara Gracheva (RUS) 6/4 6/2. The ever impressive Belinda Bencic plays Camilla Giorgi 6/2 7/5.
Croatia’s Donna Vekic, who has been very impressive in this first week, punishes Nuria Parrizas Diaz 6/2 6/2, as does the excellent Aryna Sabalenka, 6/2 6/3 against Elise Mertens.
Shuhai Zhang logically eliminates American Katie Volynets 6/3 6/2. Exciting nugget Linda Fruhvirtova, 17, defeated compatriot Marketa Vondrousova 7/5 2/6 6/3 in three rounds.
Caroline Garcia, who was very nervous with her tennis in the first round, will find the calmness and serenity to get out of the trap set by the experienced German Laura Siegemund.
The French woman, who is the big favorite in this match, will save the first serve balls and the dazzling forehand again. He’ll eventually get enough 1/6 6/3 6/3 to move up to 1/8.
At the end of the session, Garcia’s future opponent, Magda Linette, dismisses Ekaterina Alexandrova without trembling, TDS 19, 6/3 6/4/
1/8 final stage
Iga Swiatek 🇵🇱 vs. Elena Rybakina 🇰🇿: 4/6 4/6
A great performance for the impressive Wimbledon 2022 Grand Slam winner, world No. 1 with multiple winners and a very well-functioning serve.
Kazakh completely opens the table for him, as well as for others.
Jelena Ostapenko 🇱🇻 vs. Coco Gauff 🇺🇸: 7/5 6/3
Impressive from the start of the tournament, the Latvian took over the American, who was a favorite of many with his rarely seen composure.
Jessica Pegula 🇺🇸 vs Barbora Krejcikova 🇨🇿: 7/5 6/2
The American rejects the stunning, increasingly robust, talented Czech as a boss.
Victoria Azarenka 🇧🇾 vs Lin Zhu 🇨🇳
Karolina Pliskova 🇨🇿 vs Shuhai Zhang 🇨🇳
Caroline Garcia 🇫🇷 vs Magda Linette 🇵🇱
Aryna Sabalenka 🇧🇾 vs Belinda Bencic 🇨🇭
Donna Vekic 🇭🇷 vs Linda Fruhvirtova 🇨🇿
Elena Rybakina 🇰🇿 vs Jelena Ostapenko 🇱🇻
Jessica Pegula 🇺🇸 vs.