Grand Slam Winners

Written by Editor on May 14, 2018 in category Uncategorized | 86012 Views
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There are primarily four Grand Slam tournament in a year. These are:

  1. Australian Open
  2. Roland Garros (popularly known as French Open)
  3. Wimbledon
  4. US Open

These are played during the different time of the year and on a different form of grounds. These are given in the below table.

Tournament Period Playing Ground
Australian Open Mid-January Hard Courts
French Open May-June Hard Courts
Wimbledon June-July Clay
US Open August-September Grass

2018 Grand Slam Winners: 2018 Australian Open

australian open 2018 roger federer

  1. The 2018 Australian Open is the 106th edition of the tournament.
  2. The tournament is run by the International Tennis Federation (ITF).
  3. Roger Federer was the defending champion and successfully defended his title, defeating Marin Cilic in the final. It was Federer’s 20th Grand Slam title.
  4. In women’s’ single, Caroline Wozniacki became the first Danish player to win a Grand Slam singles title, defeating Simona Halep in the final.
SN Title Winner Runner up
1 Men’s Singles Roger Federer
Marin Cilic
2 Women’s Singles Caroline Wozniacki
Simona Halep
3 Men’s Doubles Oliver Marach (Austria)
Mate Pavic(Croatia)
Robert Farah (Colombia)
J. Cabal (Colombia)
4 Women’s Doubles Kristina Mladenovic (France)
Tímea Babos (Hungary)
Elena Vesnina (Russia)
Ekaterina Makarova (Russia)
5 Mixed Doubles Gabriela Dabrowski (Canada)
Mate Pavic (Croatia)
Timea Babos (Hungary)
Rohan Bopanna (India)
Title Australian Open Roland Garros Wimbledon US Open
Men’s singles Roger Federer (Switzerland) beat Rafael Nadal (Spain) Rafael Nadal (Spain) beat Stan Wawrinka (Switzerland) Roger Federer (Switzerland) beat Marin Cilic (Croatia) Rafael Nadal (Spain) beat Kevin Anderson (South Africa)
Women’s singles Serena Williams (US) beat Venus Williams (US) Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia) beat Simona Halep (Romania) Garbine Muguruza (Spain) beat Venus Williams (US) Sloane Stephens (US) beat Madison Keys (US)
Men’s doubles John Peers (Australia) & Henri Kontinen (Finland) beat Bob Bryan (US) & Mike Bryan (US) Ryan Harrison (US) & Michael Venus (New Zealand) beat Donald Young (US) & Santiago Gonzalez (Mexico) Lukasz Kubot (Poland) & Marcelo Melo (Brazil) beat Oliver Marach (Austria) & Mate Pavic (Croatia) Jean-Julien Rojer (Netherlands) & Horia Tecau (Romania) beat Feliciano Lopez (Spain) & Marc Lopez (Spain)
Women’s doubles Bethanie Mattek-Sands (US) & Lucie Safarova (Czech Republic) beat Andrea Hlavackova (Czech Republic) & Peng Shuai (China) Bethanie Mattek-Sands (US) & Lucie Safarova (Czech Republic) beat Ashleigh Barty (Australia) & Casey Dellacqua (Australia) Ekaterina Makarova (Russia) & Elena Vesnina (Russia) beat Monica Niculescu (Romania) & Chan Hao-ching (Chinese Taipei) Chan Yung-jan (Chinese Taipei) & Martina Hingis (Switzerland) beat Lucie Hradecka (Czech Republic) & Katerina Siniakova (Czech Republic)
Mixed doubles Juan Cabal (Colombia) & Abigail Spears (US) beat Ivan Dodig (Croatia) & Sania Mirza (India) Gabriela Dabrowski (Canada) & Rohan Bopanna (India) beat Anna-Lena Grönefeld (Germany) & Robert Farah (Colombia) Jamie Murray (UK) & Martina Hingis (Switzerland) beat Heather Watson (UK) & Henri Kontinen (Finland) Martina Hingis (Switzerland) & Jamie Murray (UK) beat Chan Hao-ching (Chinese Taipei) & Michael Venus (New Zealand)

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