The Sydney International is a combined event on the men’s and women’s tennis circuits. Get all information on how to watch Sydney International Live Streaming for the 2022 edition here.
The men’s event in the Sydney International competition is a part of the ATP World Tour 250 series. On the WTA Tour, the event is a part of the WTA 500 series, making it a Premier event. The tournament was not held in 2020 owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Held in the month of January before the start of the Australian Open, there aren’t too many big-ticket players as a result of that – at least in the men’s half. On the women’s side, many big names have signed up for the 2022 Sydney International.
2022 Sydney International Tennis Schedule & Dates
The 2022 ATP and WTA Sydney International Tennis competition will be played from January 10-15, with the qualifying rounds to be held a couple of days before that. Men’s and women’s matches will be conducted simultaneously.
Since the Australian Open will commence the following Monday, the tournament will be concluded on a Saturday.
The exact order of play for the competition will be revealed closer to the start date.
Player List for 2022 Sydney International Tennis
There are plenty of exciting matches to look forward to in Sydney, right before the Australian Open. The women’s bracket is far more glittering owing to the 470 ranking points up for grabs. That said, the men’s bracket is just as thrilling with several emerging players to watch out for.
The women’s field will be led by the local favourite, World No. 1 Ashleigh Barty. Placed in the opposite bracket is World No. 3, Garbine Muguruza.
Defending champion Petra Kvitova is also set to feature alongside several heavy hitters like Barbora Krejcikova, Maria Sakkari, Anett Kontaveit, Paula Badosa, Iga Swiatek, Ons Jabeur, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, Jessica Pegula, Simona Halep, Emma Raducanu, Angelique Kerber, Elise Mertens, Belinda Bencic, and Sofia Kenin.
In the men’s singles, the top seed has been awarded to the #17 ranked Christian Garin. With him are the likes of Aslan Karatsev, Roberto Bautista Agut, Nikoloz Basilashvili, Taylor Fritz, Daniel Evans, Reilly Opelka, Lorenzo Sonego, and of course, Nick Kyrgios. It is still unclear if we will see the defending champion Alex de Minaur in action.
What Happened at the 2019 Sydney International Tennis?
The 2019 ATP Sydney featured the likes of Stefanos Tsitsipas and Daniil Medvedev as the top two seeds. However, the Greek could only make it as far as the quarterfinal while Medvedev withdrew due to injury.
Ultimately, it was the 22-year-old Aussie Alex de Minaur who won the title – his first one of the career – after defeating the veteran Italian Andreas Seppi in the final with 7-6(3), 6-4.
De Minaur won the tournament without dropping a single set, moving past the likes of Dusan Lajovic, Opelka, Jordan Thompson, and Gilles Simon. Seppi was just as impressive as he knocked out the Greek prodigy Tsitsipas in three sets.
The women’s edition was far more exciting, courtesy of the big guns. In the 2019 WTA Sydney, the field showcased Halep, Kerber, Naomi Osaka, Karolina Pliskova, Kvitova, Ashleigh Barty (started as an unseeded player), among others.
Osaka and Pliskova were the first casualties as they withdrew early on. Halep and Sloane Stephens succumbed in the second round – thus paving the way for the likes of Barty, Kiki Bertens, Mertens, and Kvitova. The Czech knocked out the No. 2 seed Angelique Kerber after which, it was essentially smooth sailing for her.
Barty used the opportunity of playing at her home tournament to make a name for herself. She reached the final after upsetting some big names like Halep, Mertens, and Bertens.
n the final, it was Kvitova whose experience proved to be the deciding factor. She trumped Barty with 1-6, 7-5, 7-6(3) to win the title.
What Happened at the 2018 Sydney International Tennis?
The men’s singles title was won by Daniil Medvedev who overcame Australia’s Alex de Minaur in the final, 1–6, 6–4, 7–5 to bag his first-ever ATP title. He had earlier sent fourth-seeded and Italy’s Fabio Fognini packing in the semi-final, defeating him in three sets while de Minaur overcame the loss of the first set against Benoit Paire to romp into the final.
Interestingly, only three of the top eight seeds, Fognini, Adrian Mannarino and Gilles Muller managed to make it to the quarter-final round.
In the women’s section of the draw, Angelique Kerber won the title by beating Ashleigh Barty in straight sets in the final. Curiously, none of the seeded players made it to the women’s singles semi-finals, what with Daria Gavrilova and Camila Giorgi being the other, unseeded semi-finalists.
Only one of those eight seeds even made it to the quarter-final in the form of Garbine Muguruza and even the Spaniard failed to take to court because of an injury.
Previous Sydney International Tennis Title Winners
2019: Alex de Minaur
2018: Daniil Medvedev
2017: Gilles Muller
2016: Viktor Troicki
2015: Viktor Troicki
2014: Juan Martin del Potro
2013: Bernard Tomic
2012: Jarkko Nieminen
2011: Gilles Simon
2010: Marcos Baghdatis
2009: David Nalbandian
2019: Petra Kvitova
2018: Angelique Kerber
2017: Johanna Konta
2016: Svetlana Kuznetsova
2015: Petra Kvitova
2014: Tsvetana Pironkova
2013: Agnieszka Radwanska
2012: Victoria Azarenka
2011: Li Na
2010: Elena Dementieva
2009: Elena Dementieva
Watch the 2022 Sydney International Live Streaming Online
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2022 Sydney International Live on TV
The Sydney International tennis tournament will be live on TV on Channel Nine in Australia.
We will update the TV channel details for Sydney International for the other countries once the tournament start date draws closer.