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A quiz for all you tennis fans

To know whether you are a tennis buff or a bluff, just click on the options. Enjoy!

1. When did the Australian Open move to its current home at Melbourne Park?
a) 1980
b) 1985
c) 1988

2. Which player won the most Australian Open championships, singles and doubles?
a) Martina Navratilova
b) Margaret Court
c) Roy Emerson

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong!
The correct answer is Margaret Court.
Court won 11 singles, 8 doubles and 3 mixed doubles for a total of 21.
Correct!
Court won 11 singles, 8 doubles and 3 mixed doubles for a total of 21.

3. Which year was the Australian Open first played?
a) 1901
b) 1904
c) 1905

Wrong! Try again..
Wrong!
The correct answer is 1905.
The first Grand Slam of the year became an Open Championship in 1969.
Correct!
The first Grand Slam of the year became an Open Championship in 1969.

4. When was the Australian Open held twice in the same year?
a) 1969
b) 1974
c) 1977

Wrong! Try again.
Wrong!
The correct answer is 1977.
Two tournaments were held in 1977; the first in January, the second in December.
Correct!
Two tournaments were held in 1977; the first in January, the second in December.

5. Which of these players have never won an Australian Open men's singles championship?
a) Johan Kriek
b) John McEnroe
c) Stefan Edberg

Wrong! Try again.
Wrong!
The correct answer is John McEnroe.
The fiery American was never successful at the French or Australian Open.
Correct!
The fiery American was never successful at the French or Australian Open.

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