Order of Play for Day Five at the Australian Open

Ashleigh Barty is in good form ahead of her Australian Open match against Amanda Anisimova. Naomi Osaka is in a similar form with two wins in two matches in 2018. Her opponent will be Russian 28th seed Camila Giorgi. Rafael Nadal is in a crucial match as he faces Russian Karen Khachanov. He will also face Aslan Karatsev in the last 16.

The first round is set, with Naomi Osaka taking on the defending Australian Open champion Ashleigh Barty. The world number one will face Camila Giorgi, while Ashleigh Barty will face Amanda Anisimova. Meanwhile, Rafael Nadal will take on Karen Khachanov and Matteo Berrettini. The finals will be held on Monday, so the defending champion and the world number one will be on a collision course.

Order of Play for Day Five at the Australian Open

The defending champion will face fellow Australian Ashleigh Barty, while the world number one will face Amanda Anisimova. The other four players in the quarter-finals will be Nadal and Karen Khachanov. They will be battling it out to determine who will win the title. It will be a fascinating day. The first match is set at 2 p.m. in Rod Laver and the second at Margaret Court Arena.

The third-seeded Rafael Nadal will be facing the Russian 28th seed Karen Khachanov, a player with the potential to win the upcoming Australian Open. The Australian Open will be a defining event for both players. The Australian Open is one of the most prestigious tennis events and the final is a must-see event for the world No. 1.

Novak Djokovic has made his Australian Open draw and will begin his quest to win his 21st Grand Slam. The top seed has Rafael Nadal in the same section as Barty Osaka. The women’s draw will feature two women’s singles: Ashleigh Osaka and Naomi Osaka. Neither will face each other in the semi-finals.

Despite the unexpected delay, the first-round draws are already set. Rafael Nadal is the top seed and will meet the Russian 28th seed Karen Khachanov. In the other half, Barty Osaka and the defending champion Naomi Osaka will play the Frenchman Benjamin Bonzi in the third round. Afterward, it will be a clash of the two top seeds in the women’s draw.

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Currently, the top seed Ashleigh Barty will look to end Australia’s 44-year wait for a women’s grand slam champion. The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam to feature a homegrown woman since the 1980s. In fact, the first round of the Australian Open featured a homegrown player for the first time in 44 years.

By Nihal Shykh

Nihal Shykh was born in 2002 in Lahore, Pakistan. Growing up, he was fascinated with Cricket, and this interest led to some early exposure to reading since he was drawn to stories related to Cricket. In The Realm of Possibility, Nihal explores the issue of how past events are unchangeable by introducing an ability to manipulate past events.

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