AUSTRALIA’S ANTIOXIDE TRIBUTE TO SINGERS’S HAVEN, Australia’s stanleys luxury hotel and the hotel that became its home, will host a live broadcast of the women’s draw on Sunday.
The Sydney Opera Theatre is the biggest venue in Australia and host to a number of international sporting events, including the Women’s Ashes series in 2019.
Sydney has a long history in the music industry with the Sydney Palladium in Australia’s capital.
The Palladium has hosted the opening and closing of major sporting events including the Sydney Olympics, the Sydney World Cup, the World Cup Final, the Rugby World Cup and the Ashes series.
The venue has also hosted the Sydney Marathon in 2020 and the Sydney Grand Prix.
A number of other major sporting venues around Australia have hosted the Women of Australia singles event, including Melbourne’s Commonwealth Games stadium and Perth’s Commonwealth Stadium.
The Melbourne women’s singles final at the Perth International Stadium on July 29, 2018 was streamed live from the venue on the ABC.
The first time the women of Australia faced off at a women’s tennis match in Australia was in 2005, when Victoria’s Serena Williams defeated Germany’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in a tiebreak in the womens final.
Serena’s win came during Australia’s maiden women’s Tennis World Cup title in 2010.
Williams was later awarded a lifetime achievement award from the Tennis Hall of Fame.
The Victoria venue also hosted Australia’s first-ever Women’s Tennis Grand Slam in 2007, when the likes of Serena and Venus Williams competed in the final against the likes on the men’s tour.