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Australian Open 2023 main-draw entry lists revealed

The Australian Open has recently revealed the main-draw entry lists, with 100 men and women looking to the first Grand Slam of the 2023 calendar.

Led by Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz and Poland’s Iga Swiatek, Melbourne will be littered with the world’s best tennis players in what is one of the most highly anticipated fortnights of the tennis year.

Here is the Australian Open main-entry draw list for 2023:

(Last updated 22 Dec)

Women

RANKING NAME COUNTRY
1 Iga Swiatek POL
2 Ons Jabeur TUN
3 Jessica Pegula USA
4 Caroline Garcia FRA
4SR Sofia Kenin USA
5 Aryna Sabalenka  
6 Maria Sakkari GRE
7 Coco Gauff USA
8 Daria Kasatkina  
9 Veronika Kudermetova  
11 Madison Keys USA
12 Belinda Bencic SUI
13 Paula Badosa ESP
14 Danielle Collins USA
15 Beatriz Haddad Maia BRA
16 Petra Kvitova CZE
17 Anett Kontaveit EST
18 Jelena Ostapenko LAT
19 Ekaterina Alexandrova  
20 Liudmila Samsonova  
21 Barbora Krejcikova CZE
21SR Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova  
22 Elena Rybakina KAZ
22SR Karolina Muchova CZE
23 Amanda Anisimova USA
24 Shuai Zhang CHN
25 Marie Bouzkova CZE
26 Victoria Azarenka  
27 Qinwen Zheng CHN
28 Martina Trevisan ITA
29 Elise Mertens BEL
30 Aliaksandra Sasnovich  
31 Karolina Pliskova CZE
32 Kaia Kanepi EST
32SR Marketa Vondrousova CZE
33 Ajla Tomljanovic AUS
34 Irina-Camelia Begu ROU
35 Jil Teichmann SUI
36 Alize Cornet FRA
37 Sloane Stephens USA
38 Sorana Cirstea ROU
39 Petra Martic CRO
39SR Nadia Podoroska ARG
40 Leylah Fernandez CAN
41 Alison Riske-Amritraj USA
42 Naomi Osaka JPN
43 Anastasia Potapove  
44 Bernada Pera USA
45 Bianca Andreescu CAN
46 Shelby Rogers USA
47 Katerina Siniakova CZE
48 Ana Bogdan ROU
49 Magda Linette POL
50 Xiyu Wang CHN
51 Yulia Putintseva KAZ
52 Maya Sherif EGY
53 Anhelina Kalinina UKR
55 Alison Van Uytvanck BEL
56 Garbine Muguruza ESP
57 Danka Kovinic MNE
57SR Laura Siegemund GER
58 Lucia Bronzetti ITA
59 Madison Brengle USA
60 Anna Kalinskaya  
61 Claire Liu USA
62 Sara Sorribes Tormo ESP
63 Jasmine Paolini ITA
64 Lin Zhu CHN
65 Rebecca Marino CAN
65SR Jacqueline Cristian ROU
65SR Patricia Maria Tig ROU
66 Elisabetta Cocciaretto ITA
67 Julie Niemeier GER
68 Camila Giorgi ITA
69 Donna Vekic CRO
70 Tatjana Maria GER
71 Marta Kostyuk UKR
72 Nuria Parrizas Diaz ESP
73 Tereza Martincova CZE
73SR Evgeniya Rodina  
74 Tamara Korpatsch GER
75 Emma Raducanu GBR
76 Viktorija Golubic SUI
77 Linda Fruhvirtova CZE
78 Yue Yuan CHN
79 Anna Bondar HUN
80 Anna Blinkova  
81 Camila Osorio COL
82 Maryna Zanevska BEL
83 Julia Graber AUT
84 Dalma Galfi HUN
85 Tamara Zidansek SLO
86 Xinyu Wang CHN
87 Lauren Davis USA
88 Panna Udvardy HUN
89 Kaja Juvan SLO
89SR Saisai Zheng CHN
90 Viktoriya Tomova BUL
90SR Kristina Kucova SVK
91 Qiang Wang  CHN
92 Kamilla Rakhimova  
93 Catherine McNally USA
94 Varvara Gracheva  
95 Ysaline Bonaventure BEL

*PR – protected ranking

*SR – special ranking

Men

RANKING NAME COUNTRY
1 Carlos Alcaraz ESP
2 Rafael Nadal ESP
3 Casper Rudd NOR
4 Stefanos Tsitsipas GRE
5 Novak Djokovic SRB
6 Felix Auger-Aliassime CAN
7 Daniil Medvedev  
8 Andrey Rublev  
9 Taylor Fritz USA
10 Hubert Hurkacz POL
11 Holger Rune DEN
12 Alexander Zverev GER
13 Pablo Carreno Busta ESP
14 Cameron Norrie GBR
15 Jannik Sinner ITA
16 Matteo Berrettini ITA
17 Marin Cilic CRO
18 Denis Shapovalov CAN
19 Frances Tiafoe USA
20 Karen Khachanov  
21 Roberto Bautista Agut ESP
22 Nick Kyrgios AUS
22PR Stan Wawrinka SUI
23 Lorenzo Musetti ITA
24 Alex de Minuar AUS
25 Diego Schwartzman ARG
26 Borna Coric CRO
27 Daniel Evans GBR
28 Grigor Dimitrov BUL
29 Miomir Kecmanovic SRB
30 Francisco Cerundolo ARG
31 Alejandro Davidovich Fokina ESP
32 Tommy Paul USA
33 Sebastian Korda USA
34 Maxime Cressy USA
35 Botic van de Zandschulp NED
36 Yoshihito Nishioka  JPN
37 Alexander Bublik KAZ
38 Reilly Opelka USA
39 Albert Ramos-Vinolas ESP
40 Emil Ruusuvori FIN
41 John Isner USA
42 Jack Draper GBR
43 Sebastian Baez ARG
44 Arthur Rinderknech FRA
45 Lorenzo Sonego  ITA
46 Adrian Mannarino FRA
47PR Lloyd Harris  RSA
47 Brandon Nakashima USA
48 Jenson Brooksby USA
48PR Kyle Edmund GBR
49 Andy Murray GBR
50 Alex Molcan SVK
51 Corentin Moutet FRA
53 David Goffin BEL
54 Filip Krajinovic SRB
55 Fabio Fognini ITA
56 Marc-Andrew Huesler SUI
57 Pedro Cauchin ARG
58 Jaume Munar ESP
59 Aslan Karatsev  
60 Benjamin Bonzi FRA
61 Marcos Giron USA
62 Pedro Martinez ESP
63 Mackenzie McDonald USA
64 Quentin Halys FRA
65 Constant Lestienne FRA
66 J.J. Wolf USA
67 Daniel Elahi Galan COL
68 Richard Gasquet FRA
69 Mikael Ymer SWE
70 Laslo Djere SRB
71 Thiago Monteiro BRA
72 Bernabe Zapara Miralles ESP
73PR Hugo Dellien BOL
73 Ilya Ivashka  
74 Roberto Carballes Baena ESP
75 Federico Coria ARG
75PR Guido Pella ARG
76 Oscar Otte GER
77 Kamil Majchrzak POL
78 Christoper O’Connell AUS
79 Tomas Martin Etcheverry ARG
80 Dusan Lajovic SRB
81 Jiri Lehecka CZE
82 Joao Sousa POR
83 Soonwoo Kwon KOR
84 Jordan Thompson AUS
85 Cristian Garin CHI
86 Ugo Humbert FRA
87 Chun-Hsin Tseng  TPE
88PR Jeremy Chardy FRA
88 Marton Fucsovics HUN
89 Roman Safiullin  
90 Facundo Bagnis ARG
91 Gregoire Barrere FRA
92 Nikoloz Basilashvili GEO
93 Taro Daniel JPN
94 Thanasi Kokkinakis AUS
95 Daniel Altmaier GER
96 Tallon Griekspoor NED
97 Ben Shelton USA
98 Tomas Machach CZE
99 Nuno Borges POR
100 Vasek Pospisil CAN

*PR – protected ranking

*SR – special ranking

How many players compete at the Australian Open?

In both the men and women’s singles competition, there are 128 competitors including 16 qualifiers and eight wildcards according to the Australian Open website.

Of the wildcards left to be awarded, there is four men’s spots and three women’s available.

Seven-time Grand Slam winner Venus Williams was awarded with a wildcard while six Australians will also feature in January.

When does the Australian Open start?

The Australian Open 2023 main draw will start on Monday, January 16 with the start of the men’s and women’s singles.

It will conclude on Sunday, January 29 with the men’s singles final, with the women’s singles final played the night before.

When is the Australian Open draw?

Australian Open officials have confirmed the 2023 draw will take place on Thursday, January 12 (local time) with no time set in stone just yet. 


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