2007 Australian Open

The 95th Australian Open took place until January 28, 2007 in Melbourne, Australia on 15.

Defender of the single were Roger Federer in the men's and Amélie Mauresmo in the women. It was the first time in the history of the tournament that the Hawk-Eye is applied. Players have thus the opportunity to check per set a limited number of line decisions.

The total prize money amounted to 20 million Australian dollars; the winners in the individual finals each received $ 1,281,000.

In the Men's Singles Roger Federer successfully defended his title without dropping a set. In the women's singles won the unseeded Serena Williams. The men's doubles won the Bryan brothers, Bob and Mike, and the women's doubles won Cara Black and Liezel Huber. In mixed Daniel Nestor and Elena Lichowzewa have won.

  • 2.1 Single Junior
  • 2.2 Individual Junior Women


Men's Singles


Women's Singles


Men's doubles


Women Doubles





Single Junior

The title in the juniors won the Australian Brydan Klein, who was able to prevail in the final in three sets against the number two -seeded Jonathan Eysseric (France). Klein had been in the third round, the top seeded Slovakian Martin Klizan conquered.

Single junior

In the juniors, the top-seeded Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova prevailed. In the final she won in straight sets, she could decide in each case in the tiebreak for himself, against the US-American Madison Brengle.