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The 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
was a tennis tournament that took place at Melbourne
Melbourne
Park between 16–29 January 2017.[1] It was the 105th edition of the Australian Open, and the first Grand Slam tournament of the year. The tournament consisted of events for professional players in singles, doubles and mixed doubles play. Junior and wheelchair players competed in singles and doubles tournaments. As in previous years, the tournament's title sponsor was Kia. Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic
and Angelique Kerber
Angelique Kerber
were the defending champions and both were unsuccessful in their title defence; they lost to Denis Istomin and Coco Vandeweghe
Coco Vandeweghe
in the second and fourth rounds, respectively. For the first time since the 2004 French Open, both No. 1 seeds lost before the quarterfinals, with both Andy Murray
Andy Murray
and Kerber defeated in the fourth round. Roger Federer
Roger Federer
won his eighteenth men's singles Grand Slam title by defeating Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
in a five-set final. It was his first major title since 2012 Wimbledon and a rematch of the 2009 Australian Open final, which Nadal won in five sets. Serena Williams
Serena Williams
overcame her sister Venus in the women's singles final, surpassing Steffi Graf
Steffi Graf
to become the player with the most major wins in the women's game in the Open Era.

Contents

1 Tournament 2 Broadcast 3 Point and prize money distribution

3.1 Point distribution

3.1.1 Senior points 3.1.2 Wheelchair points 3.1.3 Junior points

3.2 Prize money

4 Singles players 5 Day-by-day summaries

5.1 Day 2 5.2 Day 4 5.3 Day 6 5.4 Day 7 5.5 Day 8 5.6 Day 9 5.7 Day 10 5.8 Day 11 5.9 Day 12 5.10 Day 13 5.11 Day 14

6 Champions

6.1 Seniors

6.1.1 Men's Singles 6.1.2 Women's Singles 6.1.3 Men's Doubles 6.1.4 Women's Doubles 6.1.5 Mixed Doubles

6.2 Juniors

6.2.1 Boys' Singles 6.2.2 Girls' Singles 6.2.3 Boys' Doubles 6.2.4 Girls' Doubles

6.3 Wheelchair events

6.3.1 Wheelchair Men's Singles 6.3.2 Wheelchair Women's Singles 6.3.3 Wheelchair Quad Singles 6.3.4 Wheelchair Men's Doubles 6.3.5 Wheelchair Women's Doubles 6.3.6 Wheelchair Quad Doubles

7 Singles seeds

7.1 Men's singles 7.2 Women's singles

7.2.1 Withdrawn players

8 Doubles seeds

8.1 Men's doubles 8.2 Women's doubles 8.3 Mixed doubles

9 Main draw wildcard entries

9.1 Men's Singles 9.2 Women's Singles 9.3 Men's Doubles 9.4 Women's Doubles 9.5 Mixed Doubles

10 Main draw qualifier entries

10.1 Men's Singles 10.2 Women's Singles

11 Withdrawals 12 Retirements 13 References 14 External links

Tournament[edit]

Rod Laver Arena
Rod Laver Arena
where the Finals of the Australian Open
Australian Open
took place

The 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
was the 105th edition of the tournament and was held at Melbourne
Melbourne
Park in Melbourne, Australia. The tournament was run by the International Tennis Federation
International Tennis Federation
(ITF) and is part of the 2017 ATP World Tour
2017 ATP World Tour
and the 2017 WTA Tour
2017 WTA Tour
calendars under the Grand Slam category. The tournament consisted of both men's and women's singles and doubles draws as well as a mixed doubles event. There were singles and doubles events for both boys and girls (players under 18), which are part of the Grade A category of tournaments, and also singles, doubles and quad events for men's and women's wheelchair tennis players as part of the NEC tour under the Grand Slam category. The tournament was played on hard courts and took place over a series of 25 courts, including the three main show courts: Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena and Margaret Court
Margaret Court
Arena.[2] Broadcast[edit] In Australia, selected key matches were broadcast live by the Seven Network. The majority of matches was shown on the network's primary channel Channel Seven; however, during news programming nationwide and most night matches in Perth, coverage shifted to either 7Two
7Two
or 7mate. Additionally, every match was also available to be streamed live through a free 7Tennis mobile app.[3] Internationally, Eurosport
Eurosport
held the rights for Europe, broadcasting matches on Eurosport
Eurosport
1, Eurosport
Eurosport
2 and the Eurosport
Eurosport
Player. Point and prize money distribution[edit] Point distribution[edit] Below is a series of tables for each of the competitions showing the ranking points offered for each event. Senior points[edit]

Event W F SF QF Round of 16 Round of 32 Round of 64 Round of 128 Q Q3 Q2 Q1

Men's Singles 2000 1200 720 360 180 90 45 10 25 16 8 0

Men's Doubles 0 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Women's Singles 1300 780 430 240 130 70 10 40 30 20 2

Women's Doubles 10 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Wheelchair points[edit]

Event W F SF/3rd QF/4th

Singles 800 500 375 100

Doubles 800 500 100 N/A

Quad Singles 800 500 100 N/A

Quad Doubles 800 100 N/A N/A

Junior points[edit]

Event W F SF QF Round of 16 Round of 32 Q Q3

Boys' Singles 375 270 180 120 75 30 25 20

Girls' Singles

Boys' Doubles 270 180 120 75 45 N/A N/A N/A

Girls' Doubles N/A N/A N/A

Prize money[edit] The Australian Open
Australian Open
total prize money for 2017 was increased by 14% to a tournament record A$50,000,000.

Event W F SF QF Round of 16 Round of 32 Round of 64 Round of 1281 Q3 Q2 Q1

Singles A$3,700,000 A$1,900,000 A$900,000 A$440,000 A$220,000 A$130,000 A$80,000 A$50,000 A$25,000 A$12,500 A$6,250

Doubles * A$650,000 A$325,000 A$160,500 A$80,000 A$40,000 A$23,000 A$14,800 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Mixed Doubles * A$150,500 A$75,500 A$37,500 A$18,750 A$9,000 A$4,500 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

1Qualifiers prize money was also the Round of 128 prize money. *per team Singles players[edit]

2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Men's Singles

Champion Runner-up

Roger Federer
Roger Federer
[17] Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
[9]

Semi-finals out

Stan Wawrinka
Stan Wawrinka
[4] Grigor Dimitrov
Grigor Dimitrov
[15]

Quarter-finals out

Mischa Zverev Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
[12] Milos Raonic
Milos Raonic
[3] David Goffin
David Goffin
[11]

4th round out

Andy Murray
Andy Murray
[1] Kei Nishikori
Kei Nishikori
[5] Andreas Seppi Daniel Evans

Gaël Monfils
Gaël Monfils
[6] Roberto Bautista Agut
Roberto Bautista Agut
[13] Dominic Thiem
Dominic Thiem
[8] Denis Istomin
Denis Istomin
(WC)

3rd round out

Sam Querrey
Sam Querrey
[31] Malek Jaziri Tomáš Berdych
Tomáš Berdych
[10] Lukáš Lacko
Lukáš Lacko
(Q)

Viktor Troicki
Viktor Troicki
[29] Steve Darcis Jack Sock
Jack Sock
[23] Bernard Tomic
Bernard Tomic
[27]

Philipp Kohlschreiber
Philipp Kohlschreiber
[32] Alexander Zverev [24] David Ferrer
David Ferrer
[21] Gilles Simon
Gilles Simon
[25]

Benoît Paire Ivo Karlović
Ivo Karlović
[20] Richard Gasquet
Richard Gasquet
[18] Pablo Carreño Busta
Pablo Carreño Busta
[30]

2nd round out

Andrey Rublev (Q) Alex De Minaur
Alex De Minaur
(WC) John Isner
John Isner
[19] Alexander Bublik
Alexander Bublik
(Q)

Ryan Harrison Noah Rubin (Q) Dudi Sela Jérémy Chardy

Steve Johnson Paolo Lorenzi Diego Schwartzman Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios
[14]

Dušan Lajović Karen Khachanov Víctor Estrella Burgos Marin Čilić
Marin Čilić
[7]

Alexandr Dolgopolov Donald Young Frances Tiafoe
Frances Tiafoe
(Q) Marcos Baghdatis

Yoshihito Nishioka Ernesto Escobedo
Ernesto Escobedo
(Q) Rogério Dutra Silva Gilles Müller

Jordan Thompson Fabio Fognini Andrew Whittington (WC) Radek Štěpánek
Radek Štěpánek
(Q)

Chung Hyeon Carlos Berlocq Kyle Edmund Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic
[2]

1st round out

Illya Marchenko Lu Yen-hsun Gerald Melzer Quentin Halys
Quentin Halys
(WC)

Konstantin Kravchuk Guillermo García-López Go Soeda
Go Soeda
(Q) Lucas Pouille
Lucas Pouille
[16]

Luca Vanni
Luca Vanni
(Q) Nicolas Mahut Bjorn Fratangelo
Bjorn Fratangelo
(Q) Jürgen Melzer
Jürgen Melzer
(Q)

Albert Ramos Viñolas
Albert Ramos Viñolas
[26] Marcel Granollers Nicolás Almagro Andrey Kuznetsov

Martin Kližan Federico Delbonis James Duckworth Damir Džumhur

Pablo Cuevas
Pablo Cuevas
[22] Sam Groth
Sam Groth
(WC) Paul-Henri Mathieu Gastão Elias

Thiago Monteiro Stéphane Robert Adrian Mannarino Pierre-Hugues Herbert

Thomaz Bellucci Aljaž Bedene Facundo Bagnis Jerzy Janowicz
Jerzy Janowicz
(PR)

Jiří Veselý Borna Ćorić Thomas Fabbiano
Thomas Fabbiano
(Q) Nikoloz Basilashvili

Robin Haase Mikhail Kukushkin Mikhail Youzhny Florian Mayer

Guido Pella Alex Bolt
Alex Bolt
(Q) Daniil Medvedev Omar Jasika (WC)

Michael Mmoh
Michael Mmoh
(WC) Jared Donaldson Taylor Fritz Dustin Brown

Jan-Lennard Struff João Sousa Tommy Haas
Tommy Haas
(PR) Feliciano López
Feliciano López
[28]

Horacio Zeballos Adam Pavlásek Dmitry Tursunov
Dmitry Tursunov
(PR) Reilly Opelka
Reilly Opelka
(Q)

Christopher O'Connell (WC) Renzo Olivo Radu Albot Blake Mott (Q)

Peter Polansky
Peter Polansky
(LL) Santiago Giraldo Ivan Dodig
Ivan Dodig
(Q) Fernando Verdasco

2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Women's Singles

Champion Runner-up

Serena Williams
Serena Williams
[2] Venus Williams
Venus Williams
[13]

Semi-finals out

Coco Vandeweghe Mirjana Lučić-Baroni

Quarter-finals out

Garbiñe Muguruza
Garbiñe Muguruza
[7] Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
[24] Karolína Plíšková
Karolína Plíšková
[5] Johanna Konta
Johanna Konta
[9]

4th round out

Angelique Kerber
Angelique Kerber
[1] Sorana Cîrstea Mona Barthel
Mona Barthel
(Q) Svetlana Kuznetsova
Svetlana Kuznetsova
[8]

Daria Gavrilova
Daria Gavrilova
[22] Jennifer Brady (Q) Ekaterina Makarova
Ekaterina Makarova
[30] Barbora Strýcová
Barbora Strýcová
[16]

3rd round out

Kristýna Plíšková Eugenie Bouchard Alison Riske Anastasija Sevastova
Anastasija Sevastova
[32]

Ashleigh Barty
Ashleigh Barty
(WC) Duan Yingying Elina Svitolina
Elina Svitolina
[11] Jelena Janković

Jeļena Ostapenko Timea Bacsinszky
Timea Bacsinszky
[12] Elena Vesnina
Elena Vesnina
[14] Maria Sakkari

Dominika Cibulková
Dominika Cibulková
[6] Caroline Wozniacki
Caroline Wozniacki
[17] Caroline Garcia
Caroline Garcia
[21] Nicole Gibbs

2nd round out

Carina Witthöft Irina-Camelia Begu
Irina-Camelia Begu
[27] Peng Shuai Pauline Parmentier

Carla Suárez Navarro
Carla Suárez Navarro
[10] Zhang Shuai [20] Kristína Kučová Samantha Crawford

Shelby Rogers Monica Puig
Monica Puig
[29] Varvara Lepchenko Stefanie Vögele
Stefanie Vögele
(Q)

Julia Boserup
Julia Boserup
(Q) Natalia Vikhlyantseva (Q) Julia Görges Jaimee Fourlis (WC)

Anna Blinkova
Anna Blinkova
(Q) Yulia Putintseva
Yulia Putintseva
[31] Ana Konjuh Danka Kovinić

Mandy Minella Heather Watson Alizé Cornet
Alizé Cornet
[28] Agnieszka Radwańska
Agnieszka Radwańska
[3]

Hsieh Su-wei Sara Errani Donna Vekić Naomi Osaka

Andrea Petkovic Océane Dodin Irina Falconi Lucie Šafářová

1st round out

Lesia Tsurenko Eri Hozumi
Eri Hozumi
(Q) Viktorija Golubic Yaroslava Shvedova

Daria Kasatkina
Daria Kasatkina
[23] Louisa Chirico Misaki Doi Roberta Vinci
Roberta Vinci
[15]

Jana Čepelová Irina Khromacheva Madison Brengle Aliaksandra Sasnovich
Aliaksandra Sasnovich
(Q)

Nao Hibino Christina McHale Lauren Davis Marina Erakovic

Simona Halep
Simona Halep
[4] Annika Beck Destanee Aiava (WC) Patricia Maria Țig

Kiki Bertens
Kiki Bertens
[19] Rebecca Šramková
Rebecca Šramková
(Q) Kurumi Nara Kateryna Kozlova

Galina Voskoboeva
Galina Voskoboeva
(PR) Francesca Schiavone Vania King Evgeniya Rodina

Laura Siegemund
Laura Siegemund
[26] Kateřina Siniaková Anna Tatishvili
Anna Tatishvili
(PR) Mariana Duque Mariño

Sara Sorribes Tormo Monica Niculescu Zhu Lin (Q) Lara Arruabarrena

Naomi Broady Kristina Mladenovic Zheng Saisai Camila Giorgi

Ana Bogdan
Ana Bogdan
(Q) Magda Linette Maryna Zanevska
Maryna Zanevska
(LL) Samantha Stosur
Samantha Stosur
[18]

Myrtille Georges
Myrtille Georges
(WC) Anett Kontaveit Wang Qiang Tsvetana Pironkova

Denisa Allertová Karin Knapp
Karin Knapp
(PR) Risa Ozaki Ekaterina Alexandrova

Arina Rodionova
Arina Rodionova
(WC) Lizette Cabrera (WC) Luksika Kumkhum
Luksika Kumkhum
(WC) Kirsten Flipkens

Elizaveta Kulichkova
Elizaveta Kulichkova
(Q) Kayla Day
Kayla Day
(WC) Çağla Büyükakçay Kateryna Bondarenko

Tímea Babos
Tímea Babos
[25] Han Xinyun Yanina Wickmayer Belinda Bencic

Day-by-day summaries[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Day-by-day summaries Day 2[edit]

Ivo Karlović
Ivo Karlović
came from two sets to love down to defeat Horacio Zeballos 6–7, 3–6, 7–5, 6–2, 22–20. The 84 games which were played is the longest Australian Open
Australian Open
match (by number of games played) since the introduction of tiebreaks in 1971. Time-wise, the match was the second-longest in Australian Open
Australian Open
history, only behind the five-hour and 53-minute 2012 final between Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic
and Rafael Nadal. Karlovic also set a new Australian Open
Australian Open
record, hitting 75 aces in the match.[4]

Day 4[edit]

Denis Istomin
Denis Istomin
defeated 6-time champion Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic
in five sets. It was Djokovic's earliest exit from a grand slam since his second round loss at the 2008 Wimbledon Championships.[5] Mirjana Lučić-Baroni
Mirjana Lučić-Baroni
defeated Agnieszka Radwańska
Agnieszka Radwańska
in two sets. It was Radwańska's earliest exit in the tournament since her first round loss at the 2009 Australian Open. As a result, Lučić-Baroni advanced to the third round of the Australian Open
Australian Open
for the first time since the 1998 Australian Open.[6]

Day 6[edit]

Grigor Dimitrov
Grigor Dimitrov
defeated Richard Gasquet
Richard Gasquet
in three sets. The 122-minute match began at 11:58 pm which is the latest start to a match in Australian Open
Australian Open
history.[7] This late start occurred as a result of the Alexander Zverev– Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
match, which lasted 245 minutes and delayed the beginning of the night session. The first night session match, between Daria Gavrilova
Daria Gavrilova
and Timea Bacsinszky, began at 9:00 pm, and did not conclude until shortly before midnight.[8]

Day 7[edit]

50th ranked Mischa Zverev
Mischa Zverev
defeated men's No. 1 seed Andy Murray
Andy Murray
in four sets. The last time Murray fell to an opponent ranked outside the top 50 at a Grand Slam was to 51st-ranked Juan Ignacio Chela
Juan Ignacio Chela
at the 2006 Australian Open. Murray is the first top seed to exit the Australian Open
Australian Open
this early in the competition since Lleyton Hewitt lost at the same stage in 2003.[9] It marks the first time since 2002 that neither the Men's No. 1 nor the No. 2 seed has reached the Australian Open
Australian Open
quarterfinals.[10] Coco Vandeweghe
Coco Vandeweghe
defeated defending champion and women's No. 1 seed Angelique Kerber. The loss marked the first time in the Open era that both men's and women's No. 1 seeds have been knocked out of the Australian Open
Australian Open
before the quarterfinals.[11]

Day 8[edit]

David Goffin
David Goffin
became the first Belgian man to reach the quarter-finals of the Australian Open.[12] Mirjana Lučić-Baroni
Mirjana Lučić-Baroni
reached her first Grand Slam quarter-final in 18 years. Her previous Grand Slam quarter-final came at the 1999 Wimbledon Championships, where she reached the semi-finals.[12]

Day 9[edit]

Venus Williams
Venus Williams
defeated Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
in the quarter final. This was her 50th singles victory at the Australian Open. She also became the oldest woman to make a grand slam semi-final since Martina Navratilova at 1994 Wimbledon Championships.[13]

Day 10[edit]

Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
defeated Milos Raonic
Milos Raonic
in the quarter final. This was his 50th singles victory at the Australian Open.[14]

Day 11[edit]

Venus Williams
Venus Williams
defeated Coco Vandeweghe
Coco Vandeweghe
to reach her second Australian Open final, last appearing in 2003 where she lost to her sister Serena. Venus, at 36 years old, became the oldest Australian Open singles finalist of the Open Era. This was her first Grand Slam singles final since she lost the 2009 Wimbledon final to Serena.[15] Serena also made the final, making it the ninth time the Williams sisters would meet in a grand slam final.[16] Roger Federer
Roger Federer
defeated the 2014 champion Stan Wawrinka
Stan Wawrinka
and became the second man in open Era to reach six Australian Open
Australian Open
Finals, after Novak Djokovic.

Day 12[edit]

Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
also made the final, making it the ninth time he would meet Roger Federer
Roger Federer
in a grand slam final. For the first time in the Open era, all four singles finalists were older than 30.[17] All four singles finalists were former world No.1 and multiple Grand Slam champions.

Day 13[edit]

After Serena Williams
Serena Williams
defeated her sister Venus Williams
Venus Williams
in straight sets, she set a new record by winning the tournament for the 7th time. Serena also reclaimed the No. 1 ranking and claimed her 23rd Grand Slam, surpassing Steffi Graf's Open Era
Open Era
record of 22 Grand Slams.[18]

Day 14[edit]

Roger Federer
Roger Federer
defeated Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
in a five-set match, 6–4, 3–6, 6–1, 3–6, 6–3 extending his record for the most Grand Slams won in men's singles to 18 and becoming the first man ever to win at least 5 times in 3 different Grand Slam tournaments each. Nadal was leading the fifth set after breaking Federer's service in the first game, but Federer mounted a comeback, breaking back and then going up another service break. The Swiss held on to win the set and match for his first Major victory over Nadal since the 2007 Wimbledon Championships. Federer, brought to tears when Nadal's challenge to a forehand winner on championship point was ruled unsuccessful, admitted after the match that he would have been "happy to lose" and said, "Tennis is a tough sport, there are no draws but if there was going to be one I would have been very happy to accept a draw tonight and share it with Rafa."[19] The 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
men singles final between Federer and Nadal was the most highly anticipated tennis match in not only the tournament's history but also all of Grand Slam and tennis history.[20][21]

Champions[edit] Seniors[edit] Men's Singles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Men's Singles

Roger Federer
Roger Federer
defeated Rafael Nadal, 6–4, 3–6, 6–1, 3–6, 6–3

This was a rematch of the 2009 Australian Open
Australian Open
final, which Rafael Nadal won to become the first (and to date, only) Spaniard to win the Australian Open
Australian Open
title; as of 2017 it remains his only title at the tournament. The final saw the two holding service for six games of the first set, whilst during the seventh game was the pivotal break of serve giving Federer the opening set. Nadal quickly broke Federer's serve in the second set racing out to a lead that Federer could not overcome, giving him the second set and levelling the match at one set apiece. The third set was a rather lopsided affair seeing Nadal secure his service game only in the fourth game of the set. The fourth set started off competitively with the two holding serve, until Nadal broke in the fourth game of the set, a lead he would never surrender, evening the match at two sets apiece. The decisive fifth set commenced with a break of Federer's serve by Nadal, giving him a lead in the early going; however, Nadal's serve got broken during the sixth game of the set, levelling the match at two sets and three games apiece. Federer won the next three games breaking Nadal's service in the eighth game of the set to allow him to successfully serve out the match in the final ninth game. This was Roger Federer's 18th Grand Slam singles title, the most ever by a man in the history of tennis, and it was his fifth Australian Open
Australian Open
title, just one shy of the record co-held by Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic
and Roy Emerson. [22]Federer would go on to equal this record by defending his title successfully the next year. Women's Singles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Women's Singles

Serena Williams
Serena Williams
defeated Venus Williams, 6–4, 6–4

This was a rematch of the 2003 Australian Open
Australian Open
final, where Serena Williams completed the first "Serena Slam" and her career Grand Slam, whilst Serena won five more Australian Open
Australian Open
titles in the interim and her sister Venus had no other final appearances at the event. They each broke the others' serve twice to start the match with Venus finally holding serve in the fifth service game and her sister Serena holding her own serve in the subsequent game. The seventh game was the pivotal break of service that Serena Williams
Serena Williams
got on her sister Venus' serve, costing her the set just a mere three games later. During the second set, the two traded held service games for the first six games to start the set, whilst Venus started serving first. She would get broken again during the seventh game of the set, which eventually surrendered the match to sister Serena. This was Serena Williams' 23 Grand Slam singles title and seventh Australian Open
Australian Open
title for her career, both being Open era records, whilst being one shy of Margaret Court's record of 24 in the history of tennis.[23] Men's Doubles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Men's Doubles

Henri Kontinen
Henri Kontinen
/ John Peers
John Peers
defeated. Bob Bryan
Bob Bryan
/ Mike Bryan, 7–5, 7–5

Women's Doubles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Women's Doubles

Bethanie Mattek-Sands
Bethanie Mattek-Sands
/ Lucie Šafářová
Lucie Šafářová
defeated Andrea Hlaváčková / Peng Shuai, 6–7(4–7), 6–3, 6–3

Mixed Doubles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Mixed Doubles

Abigail Spears
Abigail Spears
/ Juan Sebastián Cabal
Juan Sebastián Cabal
defeated Sania Mirza
Sania Mirza
/ Ivan Dodig, 6–2, 6–4

Juniors[edit] Boys' Singles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Boys' Singles

Zsombor Piros defeated Yshai Oliel, 4–6, 6–4, 6–3

Girls' Singles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Girls' Singles

Marta Kostyuk defeated Rebeka Masarova, 7–5, 1–6, 6–4

Boys' Doubles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Boys' Doubles

Hsu Yu-hsiou / Zhao Lingxi defeated Finn Reynolds / Duarte Vale, 6–7(8–10), 6–4, [10–5]

Girls' Doubles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Girls' Doubles

Bianca Andreescu
Bianca Andreescu
/ Carson Branstine defeated Maja Chwalińska / Iga Świątek, 6–1, 7–6(7–4)

Wheelchair events[edit] Wheelchair Men's Singles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Wheelchair Men's Singles

Gustavo Fernández defeated Nicolas Peifer, 3–6, 6–2, 6–0

Wheelchair Women's Singles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Wheelchair Women's Singles

Yui Kamiji
Yui Kamiji
defeated Jiske Griffioen, 6–7(2–7), 6–3, 6–3

Wheelchair Quad Singles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Wheelchair Quad Singles

Dylan Alcott
Dylan Alcott
defeated Andrew Lapthorne, 6–2, 6–2

Wheelchair Men's Doubles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Wheelchair Men's Doubles

Joachim Gérard / Gordon Reid defeated Gustavo Fernández / Alfie Hewett, 6–3, 3–6, [10–3]

Wheelchair Women's Doubles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Wheelchair Women's Doubles

Jiske Griffioen
Jiske Griffioen
/ Aniek van Koot
Aniek van Koot
defeated Diede de Groot / Yui Kamiji, 6–3, 6–2

Wheelchair Quad Doubles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Wheelchair Quad Doubles

Andrew Lapthorne
Andrew Lapthorne
/ David Wagner defeated Dylan Alcott
Dylan Alcott
/ Heath Davidson, 6–3, 6–3

Singles seeds[edit] The following are the seeded players and notable players who withdrew from the event. Seeding are arranged according to ATP and WTA rankings on 9 January 2017,[24][25] while ranking and points before are as of 16 January 2017.[26][27] The rankings afterwards comes from 30 January 2017.[28][29] Men's singles[edit]

Seed Rank Player Points before Points defending Points won Points after Status

1 1 Andy Murray 12,560 1,200 180 11,540 Fourth round lost to Mischa Zverev

2 2 Novak Djokovic 11,780 2,000 45 9,825 Second round lost to Denis Istomin
Denis Istomin
[WC]

3 3 Milos Raonic 5,290 720 360 4,930 Quarter-finals lost to Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
[9]

4 4 Stan Wawrinka 5,155 180 720 5,695 Semi-finals lost to Roger Federer
Roger Federer
[17]

5 5 Kei Nishikori 5,010 360 180 4,830 Fourth round lost to Roger Federer
Roger Federer
[17]

6 6 Gaël Monfils 3,625 360 180 3,445 Fourth round lost to Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
[9]

7 7 Marin Čilić 3,605 90 45 3,560 Second round lost to Daniel Evans

8 8 Dominic Thiem 3,415 90 180 3,505 Fourth round lost to David Goffin
David Goffin
[11]

9 9 Rafael Nadal 3,195 10 1,200 4,385 Runner-up lost to Roger Federer
Roger Federer
[17]

10 10 Tomáš Berdych 3,060 360 90 2,790 Third round lost to Roger Federer
Roger Federer
[17]

11 11 David Goffin 2,750 180 360 2,930 Quarter-finals lost to Grigor Dimitrov
Grigor Dimitrov
[15]

12 12 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 2,505 180 360 2,685 Quarter-finals lost to Stan Wawrinka
Stan Wawrinka
[4]

13 14 Roberto Bautista Agut 2,350 180 180 2,350 Fourth round lost to Milos Raonic
Milos Raonic
[3]

14 13 Nick Kyrgios 2,460 90 45 2,415 Second round lost to Andreas Seppi

15 15 Grigor Dimitrov 2,135 90 720 2,765 Semi-finals lost to Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
[9]

16 16 Lucas Pouille 2,131 10 10 2,131 First round lost to Alexander Bublik
Alexander Bublik
[Q]

17 17 Roger Federer 1,980 720 2,000 3,260 Champion won against Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
[9]

18 18 Richard Gasquet 1,885 0 90 1,975 Third round lost to Grigor Dimitrov
Grigor Dimitrov
[15]

19 19 John Isner 1,850 180 45 1,715 Second round lost to Mischa Zverev

20 21 Ivo Karlović 1,795 10 90 1,875 Third round lost to David Goffin
David Goffin
[11]

21 23 David Ferrer 1,740 360 90 1,470 Third round lost to Roberto Bautista Agut
Roberto Bautista Agut
[13]

22 22 Pablo Cuevas 1,780 45 10 1,745 First round lost to Diego Schwartzman

23 20 Jack Sock 1,810 45 90 1,855 Third round lost to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
[12]

24 24 Alexander Zverev 1,655 10 90 1,735 Third round lost to Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal
[9]

25 25 Gilles Simon 1,585 180 90 1,495 Third round lost to Milos Raonic
Milos Raonic
[3]

26 26 Albert Ramos Viñolas 1,435 45 10 1,400 First round lost to Lukáš Lacko
Lukáš Lacko
[Q]

27 27 Bernard Tomic 1,420 180 90 1,330 Third round lost to Daniel Evans

28 29 Feliciano López 1,410 90 10 1,330 First round lost to Fabio Fognini

29 35 Viktor Troicki 1,225 90 90 1,225 Third round lost to Stan Wawrinka
Stan Wawrinka
[4]

30 31 Pablo Carreño Busta 1,370 10 90 1,450 Third round lost to Denis Istomin
Denis Istomin
[WC]

31 32 Sam Querrey 1,355 10 90 1,435 Third round lost to Andy Murray
Andy Murray
[1]

32 33 Philipp Kohlschreiber 1,325 10 90 1,405 Third round lost to Gaël Monfils
Gaël Monfils
[6]

Women's singles[edit]

Seed Rank Player Points before Points defending Points won Points after Status

1 1 Angelique Kerber 8,875 2,000 240 7,115 Fourth round lost to Coco Vandeweghe

2 2 Serena Williams 7,080 1,300 2,000 7,780 Champion won against Venus Williams
Venus Williams
[13]

3 3 Agnieszka Radwańska 5,625 780 70 4,915 Second round lost to Mirjana Lučić-Baroni

4 4 Simona Halep 5,073 10 10 5,073 First round lost to Shelby Rogers

5 5 Karolína Plíšková 4,970 130 430 5,270 Quarter-finals lost to Mirjana Lučić-Baroni

6 6 Dominika Cibulková 4,865 10 130 4,985 Third round lost to Ekaterina Makarova
Ekaterina Makarova
[30]

7 7 Garbiñe Muguruza 4,420 130 430 4,720 Quarter-finals lost to Coco Vandeweghe

8 10 Svetlana Kuznetsova 3,745 70 240 3,915 Fourth round lost to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
[24]

9 9 Johanna Konta 4,055 780 430 3,705 Quarter-finals lost to Serena Williams
Serena Williams
[2]

10 12 Carla Suárez Navarro 2,985 430 70 2,625 Second round lost to Sorana Cîrstea

11 13 Elina Svitolina 2,895 70 130 2,955 Third round lost to Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova
[24]

12 15 Timea Bacsinszky 2,347 70 130 2,407 Third round lost to Daria Gavrilova
Daria Gavrilova
[22]

13 17 Venus Williams 2,240 10 1,300 3,530 Runner-up lost to Serena Williams
Serena Williams
[2]

14 18 Elena Vesnina 2,229 2[30] 130 2,357 Third round lost to Jennifer Brady [Q]

15 19 Roberta Vinci 2,210 130 10 2,090 First round lost to Coco Vandeweghe

16 16 Barbora Strýcová 2,295 240 240 2,295 Fourth round lost to Serena Williams
Serena Williams
[2]

17 20 Caroline Wozniacki 2,175 10 130 2,295 Third round lost to Johanna Konta
Johanna Konta
[9]

18 21 Samantha Stosur 2,016 10 10 2,016 First round lost to Heather Watson

19 22 Kiki Bertens 1,956 10 10 1,956 First round lost to Varvara Lepchenko

20 23 Zhang Shuai 1,885 470 70 1,485 Second round lost to Alison Riske

21 24 Caroline Garcia 1,765 10 130 1,885 Third round lost to Barbora Strýcová
Barbora Strýcová
[16]

22 26 Daria Gavrilova 1,665 240 240 1,665 Fourth round lost to Karolína Plíšková
Karolína Plíšková
[5]

23 25 Daria Kasatkina 1,700 130 10 1,580 First round lost to Peng Shuai

24 27 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 1,620 10 430 2,040 Quarter-finals lost to Venus Williams
Venus Williams
[13]

25 28 Tímea Babos 1,545 70 10 1,485 First round lost to Nicole Gibbs

26 30 Laura Siegemund 1,502 130 10 1,382 First round lost to Jelena Janković

27 29 Irina-Camelia Begu 1,502 10 70 1,562 Second round lost to Kristýna Plíšková

28 43 Alizé Cornet 1,242 70 70 1,242 Second round lost to Maria Sakkari

29 46 Monica Puig 1,215 130 70 1,155 Second round lost to Mona Barthel
Mona Barthel
[Q]

30 34 Ekaterina Makarova 1,377 240 240 1,377 Fourth round lost to Johanna Konta
Johanna Konta
[9]

31 31 Yulia Putintseva 1,450 130 70 1,390 Second round lost to Jeļena Ostapenko

32 33 Anastasija Sevastova 1,425 110 130 1,445 Third round lost to Garbiñe Muguruza
Garbiñe Muguruza
[7]

Withdrawn players[edit]

Rank Player Points Before Points defending Points won Points After Withdrawal reason

8 Madison Keys 4,137 240 0 3,897 Wrist injury[31]

11 Petra Kvitová 3,485 70 0 3,415 Off-court injury[32]

14 Victoria Azarenka 2,591 430 0 2,161 Maternity[33]

Doubles seeds[edit]

Men's doubles[edit]

Team Rank1 Seed

Pierre-Hugues Herbert Nicolas Mahut 3 1

Jamie Murray Bruno Soares 7 2

Bob Bryan Mike Bryan 10 3

Henri Kontinen John Peers 16 4

Feliciano López Marc López 23 5

Raven Klaasen Rajeev Ram 23 6

Łukasz Kubot Marcelo Melo 31 7

Daniel Nestor Édouard Roger-Vasselin 32 8

Ivan Dodig Marcel Granollers 34 9

Treat Huey Max Mirnyi 43 10

Jean-Julien Rojer Horia Tecău 46 11

Vasek Pospisil Radek Štěpánek 54 12

Mate Pavić Alexander Peya 55 13

Juan Sebastián Cabal Robert Farah 60 14

Rohan Bopanna Pablo Cuevas 61 15

Dominic Inglot Florin Mergea 68 16

1 Rankings are as of 9 January 2017.

Women's doubles[edit]

Team Rank1 Seed

Caroline Garcia Kristina Mladenovic 6 1

Bethanie Mattek-Sands Lucie Šafářová 9 2

Ekaterina Makarova Elena Vesnina 13 3

Sania Mirza Barbora Strýcová 19 4

Martina Hingis Coco Vandeweghe 23 5

Chan Hao-ching Chan Yung-jan 24 6

Julia Görges Karolína Plíšková 27 7

Vania King Yaroslava Shvedova 39 8

Monica Niculescu Abigail Spears 39 9

Lucie Hradecká Kateřina Siniaková 43 10

Raquel Atawo Xu Yifan 43 11

Andrea Hlaváčková Peng Shuai 50 12

Katarina Srebotnik Zheng Saisai 50 13

Kiki Bertens Johanna Larsson 52 14

Serena Williams Venus Williams[clarification needed] 60 15

Darija Jurak Anastasia Rodionova 72 16

1 Rankings are as of 9 January 2017.

Mixed doubles[edit]

Team Rank1 Seed

Bethanie Mattek-Sands Mike Bryan 6 1

Sania Mirza Ivan Dodig 16 2

Andrea Hlaváčková Édouard Roger-Vasselin 26 3

Chan Hao-ching Max Mirnyi 33 4

Chan Yung-jan Łukasz Kubot 35 5

Kateřina Siniaková Bruno Soares 36 6

Lucie Hradecká Radek Štěpánek 46 7

Barbora Krejčíková Rajeev Ram 49 8

1 Rankings are as of 9 January 2017.

Main draw wildcard entries[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open
Australian Open
– Main Draw Wildcard Entries

Men's Singles[edit]

Alex De Minaur Sam Groth Quentin Halys Denis Istomin Omar Jasika Michael Mmoh Christopher O'Connell Andrew Whittington

Women's Singles[edit]

Destanee Aiava Ashleigh Barty Lizette Cabrera[34] Kayla Day Jaimee Fourlis Myrtille Georges Luksika Kumkhum Arina Rodionova

Men's Doubles[edit]

Matthew Barton / Matthew Ebden Alex Bolt
Alex Bolt
/ Bradley Mousley Alex De Minaur
Alex De Minaur
/ Max Purcell Hsieh Cheng-peng / Yang Tsung-hua Marc Polmans
Marc Polmans
/ Andrew Whittington Matt Reid / John-Patrick Smith Luke Saville
Luke Saville
/ Jordan Thompson

Women's Doubles[edit]

Destanee Aiava / Alicia Smith Alison Bai / Lizette Cabrera Ashleigh Barty
Ashleigh Barty
/ Casey Dellacqua Kimberly Birrell
Kimberly Birrell
/ Priscilla Hon Chan Chin-wei
Chan Chin-wei
/ Junri Namigata Jessica Moore / Storm Sanders Ellen Perez
Ellen Perez
/ Olivia Tjandramulia

Mixed Doubles[edit]

Destanee Aiava / Marc Polmans Casey Dellacqua
Casey Dellacqua
/ Matt Reid Daria Gavrilova
Daria Gavrilova
/ Luke Saville Martina Hingis
Martina Hingis
/ Leander Paes Pauline Parmentier
Pauline Parmentier
/ Nicolas Mahut Sally Peers
Sally Peers
/ John Peers Arina Rodionova
Arina Rodionova
/ John-Patrick Smith Samantha Stosur
Samantha Stosur
/ Sam Groth

Main draw qualifier entries[edit] The qualifying competition took place in Melbourne
Melbourne
Park on 11 – 14 January 2017.

Men's Singles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open – Men's Singles Qualifying

Radek Štěpánek Frances Tiafoe Go Soeda Andrey Rublev Alexander Bublik Bjorn Fratangelo Ernesto Escobedo Ivan Dodig Thomas Fabbiano Lukáš Lacko Noah Rubin Luca Vanni Jürgen Melzer Blake Mott Alex Bolt Reilly Opelka

Lucky Loser

Peter Polansky

Women's Singles[edit] Main article: 2017 Australian Open – Women's Singles Qualifying

Stefanie Vögele Anna Blinkova Natalia Vikhlyantseva Jennifer Brady Aliaksandra Sasnovich Julia Boserup Rebecca Šramková Mona Barthel Eri Hozumi Elizaveta Kulichkova Ana Bogdan Zhu Lin

Lucky Loser

Maryna Zanevska

Withdrawals[edit] The following players were accepted directly into the main tournament, but withdrew with injuries and other reasons.

Before the tournament

Men's Singles

Kevin Anderson →replaced by Chung Hyeon Ričardas Berankis
Ričardas Berankis
→replaced by Víctor Estrella Burgos Juan Martín del Potro
Juan Martín del Potro
→replaced by Aljaž Bedene Thanasi Kokkinakis
Thanasi Kokkinakis
→replaced by Peter Polansky John Millman
John Millman
→replaced by Jared Donaldson Juan Mónaco
Juan Mónaco
→replaced by Yoshihito Nishioka Tommy Robredo
Tommy Robredo
→replaced by James Duckworth

Women's Singles

Victoria Azarenka
Victoria Azarenka
→replaced by Patricia Maria Țig Catherine Bellis
Catherine Bellis
→replaced by Anett Kontaveit Anna-Lena Friedsam
Anna-Lena Friedsam
→replaced by Anna Tatishvili Margarita Gasparyan
Margarita Gasparyan
→replaced by Karin Knapp Ana Ivanovic→replaced by Mariana Duque Mariño Madison Keys
Madison Keys
→replaced by Ekaterina Alexandrova Petra Kvitová
Petra Kvitová
→replaced by Hsieh Su-wei Johanna Larsson
Johanna Larsson
→replaced by Maryna Zanevska Sabine Lisicki
Sabine Lisicki
→replaced by Han Xinyun Sloane Stephens
Sloane Stephens
→replaced by Samantha Crawford Alison Van Uytvanck
Alison Van Uytvanck
→replaced by Sara Sorribes Tormo

Retirements[edit]

Men's Singles

Nicolás Almagro Tommy Haas Peter Polansky Luca Vanni Mikhail Youzhny

Women's Singles

Sara Errani Nao Hibino Karin Knapp

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