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This article displays the qualifying draw for women's singles at the 2021 Australian Open. For the first time in Grand Slam history, the qualifying tournament will take place at Aviation Club Tennis Centre in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, due to Australia's quarantine restrictions resulting from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Only qualified players and players eligible for a 'Lucky Loser' spot will then be able to travel to Melbourne for the main draw of the 2021 Australian Open.
Tennis Australia would now like to go other ways. The idea of holding the qualifying tournament outside of the fifth continent is gaining more and more momentum. The ubitennis portal reports on a document that describes that the open places for the 128 grid for women and men should be played before January 15, 2021. Possibly in the Arab region, such as Dubai or Doha would be an option.
Main Draw and Qualifying. Athlete eligibility: Must have entered tournament (with the exception of an unexpected schedule change due to Davis Cup or Fed Cup) Preferably athlete expresses interest in being awarded a Wild Card via TA website. Decision criteria:
AUSTRALIAN OPEN ROUND THREE QUALIFYING AUSTRALIAN RESULTS. Tallon Griekspoor def Rinky Hijikata 7-5 7-5. Max Purcell def Jozef Kovalik 6-4 6-2. Daniel Galan def Aleksandar Vukic 6-3 6-2
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First round qualifiers will earn $25k AUD which is up 25% on 2020. The total Australian Open prize purse for 2021 is $71.15 million, up 0.70% percent on 2020. First-round main draw singles take home $100k, up 11% on 2020. Prize money has nearly tripled (185% increase) from $25 million in 2011.