2005 Australian Open
- Australian Open
- French Open
- Wimbledon Championships
- U.S. Open
The 93rd Australian Open was held from January 17 to 30, 2005 in Melbourne instead.
Titelverteider in individual were Roger Federer in the men's and Justine Henin- Hardenne in the women. In the men's doubles were Michaël Llodra and Fabrice Santoro in women's doubles Virginia Ruano Pascual and Paola Suárez, as well as in mixed and Nenad Zimonjic Jelena Bowina the defending champions.
- 2.1 seedings
- 2.2 German at the Australian Open 2.2.1 Marlene Weingartner
- 2.2.2 Anna -Lena Grönefeld
- 2.2.3 Julia Schruff
- 2.2.4 Anca Barna
- 3.1 seedings
- 4.1 seedings
- 5.1 seedings
German at the Australian Open
- Rainer Schuettler: The Korbacher met in round one on the main Frenchman Olivier Patience, who made it as a qualifier into the main draw. Shaker won with 7:6, 6:3, 6:2. In the second round a very tough draw in the form of waiting by the American Andre Agassi, who was placed at position eight. After compatriot Kindlmann already lost to Agassi, also shaker subject very clearly with 3:6, 1:6, 0:6.
- Dieter Kindl man: The Sonthofener Dieter Kindl man came on the qualifications in the first round. There he met the former tournament winner and number eight set American Andre Agassi, against the chance he lost 4:6, 3:6, 0:6.
- Björn Phau: The Darmstadt Bjorn Phau, who came only through the Lucky- Loser- regulation in the main draw, ended up with a win over the Spaniard Albert Costa a big surprise. Phau won with 6:3, 7:6, 6:3.
- Nicolas Kiefer: The Holzmindenener jaw was set at rank 21. He met in the first round of the Belgian Olivier Rochus, he lost to the complete surprise and after a hard fight with 5:7, 6:2, 6:3, 2:6, 3:6.
- Tommy Haas: The Hamburg Haas was as Sixteenth bestgesetzter players in the German ranks. How jaw he also met a Belgian, Xavier Malisse namely. Haas won easily 6-3, 6-2, 6-3. In round two Haas met the Slovak Karol Beck, against whom he surprisingly defeated in five sets 7-5, 6-2, 2:6, 6:7, 3:6, after he had already led 2-0 sets.
- Lars Burgsmüller: The Mülheim Burgsmüller met in the first round to Russian Igor Andreev, against whom he clearly lost with 6:7, 1:6, 2:6.
- Florian Mayer: The Bayreuth Mayer met with the American James Blake on a task almost impossible. It proved to be true and Mayer lost chance with 1:6, 2:6, 0:6.
- Philipp Kohlschreiber: The Augsburg Kohlschreiber should advance to become the most successful German tournament players. He first met in round one on the Dane Kenneth Carlsen, against whom he surprisingly clear won with 7:6, 6:2, 6:1. In the second round, he had to collect a single opponent's win, but he benefited from the task of the Chilean Nicolas Massu. He won so 6-0, 2-0. In round three he won against Frenchman Jean -René Lisnard 7:5, 6:3, 6:2 again surprisingly clear. As the only German player in the second round he met on the set at position two American Andy Roddick. Despite the good performances before, he had no chance against Roddick and lost 3:6, 6:7, 1:6.
German at the Australian Open
- The Heidelbergerin tenants met in the first round of the Italian Tathiana Garbin, but against which they narrowly lost in two sets 5:7 6:7.
Anna -Lena Grönefeld
- The Nordhornerin Grönefeld won her first round match against the French Severine Beltrame clearly with 6:1 6:3.
- As the only German tennis player in round two they defeated the seeded Colombian Fabiola Zuluaga Rank 17 surprisingly clear 6:2 7:6
- With the Russian Vera Dushevina they had in round three big problems and was defeated in two sets 5:7 4:6
- The Augsburgerin Schruff had in round one against the same player ran a set: the number 15 -seeded Italian Silvia Farina Elia was the. Schruff defeated with 3:6 4:6
- The Barna from Nuremberg had with the Japanese Shinobu Asagoe a set player ( rank 28) as Erstrundengegnerin. Barna subject befitting 4:6 2:6