- Location: Sydney, Australia
- Schedule: Monday, January 6 - Saturday, January 11
- Begins on: Men's --Monday, January 6 Women's -- Sunday, January 5
- Draw Size: S-28 D-16
- Surface: Hard
- Prize Money: Men's -- $452,670 Women's -- $710,000
- Tournament Director: WTA Tournament Director: Craig Watson
- Official Website: www.apiainternational.com.au/
- TV Schedule / Sydney Live Streaming
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|Former Men's Sydney Tennis Champions:
2009 David Nalbandian
2008 Dmitry Tursunov
2007 James Blake
2006 James Blake
2005 Lleyton Hewitt
2004 Lleyton Hewitt
2003 Hyung-Taik Lee
2002 Roger Federer
2001 Lleyton Hewitt
2000 Lleyton Hewitt
1999 Todd Martin
1998 Karol Kucera
1997 Tim Henman
1996 Todd Martin
1995 Patrick McEnroe
1994 Pete Sampras
1993 Pete Sampras
1992 Emilio Sanchez
1991 Guy Forget
1990 Yannick Noah
1989 Aaron Krickstein
1988 John Fitzgerald
1987 Miloslav Mecir (Sr.)
1985 Henri Leconte
1984 John Fitzgerald
1983 Joakim Nystrom
1982 John Alexander
1981 Tim Wilkison
1980 Fritz Buehning
1979 Phil Dent
1978 Tim Wilkison
1977 Roscoe Tanner
1976 Tony Roche
1975 Ross Case
1971 Phil Dent
The latest Sydney tournament news:
- ATP Weekend Wrap: No Grigor, No Problem for Sofia Debut
"He was playing better -- more offensive, more aggressive, took more risks," said Troicki, who won the Sydney title in January. "He also didn't miss many balls. I felt like the better I played, the better he played. I h...
- Azarenka Out, Konta Kruises, Tennis-X Notes
- "Check out the sexiest woman [sic] at the Australian Open." No sexy for you, web perverts...According to the Sydney Morning Herald: "Former Betfair executive Scott Ferguson believes Pinnacle Sports suspended betting on a mixe...
- Roger Federer: Grigor Dimitrov's On A High Right Now, He's Got The Game To Be Really Dangerous
- as never beaten Federer including a loss to him in Brisbane, but Federer is wary of the challenge against the Sydney finalist.
"He's, on a high right now," Federer said. "I think it's a tough draw, to be honest. He's got th...
- Australian Open Women's Day 3 Carnage: Slam Winners Kvitova, Kuznetsova Out
- down 5-3 and you're trying to stay in the match.' And obviously that helped."
Also shocked was last week's Sydney winner and No. 23 seed Svetlana Kuznetsova, who was upended 6-1, 7-5 by the Ukraine's Kateryna Bondarenko.
- Djokovic Still Darling; Paire Rips Rubin After Loss at Australian Open; X-Notes
- urnalists are still trying to figure out Bernard "The Tank Engine" Tomic's withdrawal in the quarterfinals at Sydney after trailing Teymuraz Gabashvili 6-3, 3-0. In the post-match conference Tomic seemingly gave every excuse h...
- From Match Point Down, Troicki Turns Trick for ATP Sydney Title
- Saving a match point in the third set tiebreak, Viktor Troicki won his second straight Apia International Sydney title on Saturday, coming from a set down to defeat Grigor Dimitrov 2-6, 6-1, 7-6(7).
"It's great to win agai...
- Kuznetsova Rolls Back Clock, Wins 2 Matches Friday for Sydney Title
- seline-bashing self, crushing Puerto Rican qualifier Monica Puig 6-0, 6-2 on Friday to raise the title at the Sydney International.
The 30-year-old won her 16th career title, and her first since her one win in 2015 at Mosc...
- Halep, 4 Top 10 Women in WTA Sydney; Men's Field Left Wanting
- APIA INTERNATIONAL SYDNEY
Sydney, Australia; Surface: hard
Men's Seeds: Bernard Tomic, Dominic Thiem, Viktor Troicki, Grigor Dimitrov, Andreas Seppi, Jeremy Chardy, Leonardo Mayer, Alexandr Dolgopolov
Men's Floaters: Ma...