American tennis ace Serena Williams who had won the Australian Open title in 2017 when she was eight weeks pregnant, has confirmed her participation in the 2019 edition of the prestigious tournament. The move by Tennis Australia would leave just the French Open as the only grand slam that does not have tie-breakers. Her final match previous season was at Flushing Meadows, where her loss to Naomi Osaka was outshined by her controversial rant with umpire Carlos Ramos.
The organisers of the event have claimed that as many as 102 top women tennis players and 101 top men tennis players have confirmed that they will participate in the 2019 Australian Open.
The Australian Open could get deciding-set tie-breakers as soon as 2019.
Officials on Wednesday couldn't recall the last time both the men's and women's top 100 players would take part in the season-opening slam. The tournament's leading sponsor is Kia, who is the main sponsor of the tournament from previous years too.
The 37-year-old tennis star, who is now ranked No. 16 among women, was named one of the top 102 in her sport and has since committed to competing in January's Melbourne event, the first of four annual Grand Slam tourneys.
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The 31-year-old Scot has also entered the tournament with his ranking of No.2.
Caroline Wozniacki will defend her women's singles champion title from 2018.
A quarter-finalist in Melbourne earlier that year, Kyrgios has been seeded in his past 11 grand slam appearances.
Andy Murray will be included in the men's draw alongside Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.