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Apia International, Sydney

Sydney

One of the oldest tennis tournaments in the world was found in 1885, 132 years ago, and in its first edition was known as New South Wales Open. The Sydney Cricket ground was the first venue for the event, followed by a location at Double Bay and then White City, which hosted the championships for an amazing 76 years up to and including 1999. In 2000, the tournament moved to its fourth home, the state-of-the-art Sydney Olympic Park Tennis centre where it is played to this day.

Venue: NSW Tennis Centre
Surface: Hard

tournament categories

1971 - 1985
Grand Prix Circuit
1987 - 1989
Grand Prix Circuit
1990 - 1999
World Series ( now - ATP World 250 series )
2000 - 2008
International Series ( now - ATP World 250 series )
2009 - 2017
ATP World 250 series

tournament names in previous years

1971 - 1975
New South Wales Open, Sydney
1976 - 1977
Marlboro New South Wales Open, Sydney
1978
New South Wales Open, Sydney
1979 - 1980
Nabisco New South Wales Open, Sydney
1981 - 1983
Robinson’s New South Wales Open, Sydney
1984
ANZ Bank New South Wales Open, Sydney
1985
New South Wales Open, Sydney
1987 - 1989
New South Wales Open, Sydney
1990 - 1991
Holden New South Wales Open, Sydney
1992
New South Wales Open, Sydney
1993 - 1995
Peters New South Wales Open, Sydney
1996
Peters International, Sydney
1997 - 1998
Sydney International, Sydney
1999 - 2004
Adidas International, Sydney
2005 - 2011
Medibank International, Sydney
2012 - 2017
Apia International, Sydney

Apia International, Sydney - Current Champions

Men's Singles
Men's Doubles

ATP Sydney - Past Champions