Australian Open Winners List (1969-2022)

By : Neha Dhyani

Updated : Nov 14, 2022, 11:10

Australian Open Winners: In January 2022, Rafael Nadal became the first male tennis player to win 21 Grand Slam titles and his 9th Australian Open title. Ashleigh Barty of Australia, who holds the number 1 position in the world tennis ranking, won the Women's title. Rafael Nadal beat Daniil Medvedev (Russia) with 2-6,6-7,6-4,6-4,7-5 to win the title, whereas Ashleigh Barty defeated Danielle Collins of the US with 6-3, 7-6 to win her spot in the Australian Open Winners List.

The Men's Australian Open title has been rotating between Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal since 2004, except in 2005 and 2014 when Marat Safin (Russia) and Stan Wawrinka (Switzerland) won the tournament. Find the complete list of Australian Open winners here.

Australian Open 2023 Schedule

Australian Open 2023 is scheduled to begin on Monday, 16th January 2023 (tentatively). Australian Open is the first Grand Slam of the year and features Men’s Singles, Women’s Singles, Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles, and Mixed Doubles matches. Check out the tentative Australian Open 2023 Schedule here:

Session #

Date

Match

Time

1

Mon, 16th January 2023

Men's and Women's 1st Round

11:00 am

2

Mon, 16th January 2023

Men's and Women's 1st Round

7:00 pm

3

Tue, 17th January 2023

Men's and Women's 1st Round

11:00 am

4

Tue, 17th January 2023

Men's and Women's 1st Round

7:00 pm

5

Wed, 18tth January 2023

Men's and Women's 2nd Round

11:00 am

6

Wed, 18th January 2023

Men's and Women's 2nd Round

7:00 pm

7

Thu, 19th January 2023

Men's and Women's 2nd Round

11:00 am

8

Thu, 19th January 2023

Men's and Women's 2nd Round

7:00 pm

9

Fri, 20th January 2023

Men's and Women's 3rd Round

11:00 am

10

Fri, 20th January 2023

Men's and Women's 3rd Round

7:00 pm

11

Sat, 21st January 2023

Men's and Women's 3rd Round

11:00 am

12

Sat, 21st January 2023

Men's and Women's 3rd Round

7:00 pm

13

Sun, 22nd January 2023

Men's and Women's 4th Round

11:00 am

14

Sun, 22nd January 2023

Men's and Women's 4th Round

7:00 pm

15

Mon, 23rd January 2023

Men's and Women's 4th Round

11:00 am

16

Mon, 23rd January 2023

Men's and Women's 4th Round

7:00 pm

17

Tue, 24th January 2023

Men's and Women's Quarterfinals

11:00 am

18

Tue, 24th January 2023

Men's and Women's Quarterfinals

7:00 pm

19

Wed, 25th January 2023

Men's and Women's Quarterfinals

11:00 am

20

Wed, 25th January 2023

Men's and Women's Quarterfinals

7:30 pm

21

Thu, 26th January 2023

Women's Semifinals

11:00 am

22

Thu, 26th January 2023

Men's Semifinal

7:30 pm

23

Fri, 27th January 2023

Mixed Doubles Semi /

Women's Doubles Final /

Men's Singles Semifinal

3:00 pm

24

Sat, 28th January 2023

Women's Singles Final /

Men's Doubles Final

4:00 pm

25

Sun, 29th January 2023

Mixed Doubles Final /

Men's Singles Final

4:00 pm

Note that the final Australian Open 2023 Schedule will be released the evening before the respective matches.

Australian Open Winners 2022

Held at Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Australian Open 2022 was the 109th edition of the title and the first of the grand slam tournament of the year. Australian Open 2022 also marked the beginning of the Grand Slam tournaments, which ended with the US Open in August-September 2022.

The next edition of the Australian Open will be held from January 16-29, 2023. Other tournaments in the Grand Slam episode viz French Open, also known as Roland Garros and Wimbledon, will be played in May-June and June-July, respectively. The Australian Open Winners List for the Year 2022 is as follows:

Australian Open Winners 2022

Winners

Runners up

Men's Singles

Rafael Nadal (Spain)

Daniil Medvedev (Russia)

Women's Singles

Ashleigh Barty (Australia)

Danielle Collins (USA)

Men's Doubles

Nick Kyrgios (Australia), Thanasi Kokkinakis (Australia)

Matthew Ebden (Australia), Max Purcell (Australia)

Women's Doubles

Barbora Krejcikova (Czech), Katerina Siniakova (Czech)

Anna Danilina (Kazakhstan), Beatriz Haddad Maia (Brazil)

Mixed Doubles

Jaimee Fourlis (Australia), Jason Kubler (Australia)

Kristina Mladenovic (France), Ivan Dodig (Croatia)

What is the Australian Open?

The Australian Open tournament was started by the Lawn Tennis Association of Australasia (Australia) in the year 1905. It started as a Men's tournament, but the women's title was added from 1922 Until 1988. The recent Australian Open winners were Rafael Nadal (Men's Singles) and Ashleigh Barty (Women's Singles).

The tournaments were held in different parts of the country, such as Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Adelaide, after which it was played in Melbourne Park Melbourne every year. Australian Open Tennis tournament, along with other tournaments of the Grand Slam, is played in the following five categories:

  1. Men's Singles
  2. Women's Singles
  3. Men's Doubles
  4. Women's Doubles
  5. Mixed Doubles

Australian Open Winners: List of Winners from 1969-2022

Here, we have shared a comprehensive list of all Australian Open Winners from 1969-2022:


Year

Men’s Singles

Women’s Singles

Winner

Runners up

Winner

Runners up

1969

Rod Laver

Andrés Gimeno

Margaret Court

Billie Jean King

1970

Arthur Ashe

Dick Crealy

Margaret Court

Kerry Melville

1971

No tournament

Margaret Court

Evonne Goolagong

1972

Ken Rosewall

Malcolm Anderson

Virginia Wade

Evonne Goolagong

1973

John Newcombe

Onny Parun

Margaret Court

Evonne Goolagong

1974

Jimmy Connors

Phil Dent

Evonne Goolagong

Chris Evert

1975

John Newcombe

Jimmy Connors

Evonne Goolagong

Martina Navratilova[h]

1976

Mark Edmondson

John Newcombe

Evonne Goolagong

Renáta Tomanová

1977 (1)

Roscoe Tanner[h]

Guillermo Vilas

Kerry Melville Reid

Dianne Fromholtz

1977 (2)

Vitas Gerulaitis[h]

John Lloyd

Evonne Goolagong

Helen Gourlay

1978

Guillermo Vilas

John Marks

Chris O'Neil

Betsy Nagelsen

1979

Guillermo Vilas

John Sadri

Barbara Jordan

Sharon Walsh

1980

Brian Teacher

Kim Warwick

Hana Mandlíková

Wendy Turnbull

1981

Johan Kriek

Steve Denton

Martina Navratilova[h]

Chris Evert

1982

Johan Kriek

Steve Denton

Chris Evert

Martina Navratilova

1983

Mats Wilander

Ivan Lendl

Martina Navratilova

Kathy Jordan

1984

Mats Wilander

Kevin Curren

Chris Evert

Helena Suková

1985

Stefan Edberg

Mats Wilander

Martina Navratilova

Chris Evert

1986

No Tournament

1987

Stefan Edberg

Pat Cash

Hana Mandlíková

Martina Navratilova

1988

Mats Wilander

Pat Cash

Steffi Graf

Chris Evert

1989

Ivan Lendl

Miloslav Mečíř

Steffi Graf

Helena Suková

1990

Ivan Lendl

Stefan Edberg

Steffi Graf

Mary Joe Fernández

1991

Boris Becker

Ivan Lendl

Monica Seles

Jana Novotná

1992

Jim Courier

Stefan Edberg

Monica Seles

Mary Joe Fernández

1993

Jim Courier

Stefan Edberg

Monica Seles

Steffi Graf

1994

Pete Sampras

Todd Martin

Steffi Graf

Arantxa Sánchez Vicario

1995

Andre Agassi

Pete Sampras

Mary Pierce

Arantxa Sánchez Vicario

1996

Boris Becker

Michael Chang

Monica Seles

Anke Huber

1997

Pete Sampras

Carlos Moyá

Martina Hingis

Mary Pierce

1998

Petr Korda

Marcelo Ríos

Martina Hingis

Conchita Martínez

1999

Yevgeny Kafelnikov

Thomas Enqvist

Martina Hingis

Amélie Mauresmo

2000

Andre Agassi

Yevgeny Kafelnikov

Lindsay Davenport

Martina Hingis

2001

Andre Agassi

Arnaud Clément

Jennifer Capriati

Martina Hingis

2002

Thomas Johansson

Marat Safin

Jennifer Capriati

Martina Hingis

2003

Andre Agassi

Rainer Schüttler

Serena Williams

Venus Williams

2004

Roger Federer

Marat Safin

Justine Henin

Kim Clijsters

2005

Marat Safin

Lleyton Hewitt

Serena Williams

Lindsay Davenport

2006

Roger Federer

Marcos Baghdatis

Amélie Mauresmo

Justine Henin

2007

Roger Federer

Fernando González

Serena Williams

Maria Sharapova

2008

Novak Djokovic

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

Maria Sharapova

Ana Ivanovic

2009

Rafael Nadal

Roger Federer

Serena Williams

Dinara Safina

2010

Roger Federer

Andy Murray

Serena Williams

Justine Henin

2011

Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray

Kim Clijsters

Li Na

2012

Novak Djokovic

Rafael Nadal

Victoria Azarenka

Maria Sharapova

2013

Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray

Victoria Azarenka

Li Na

2014

Stan Wawrinka

Rafael Nadal

Li Na

Dominika Cibulková

2015

Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray

Serena Williams

Maria Sharapova

2016

Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray

Angelique Kerber

Serena Williams

2017

Roger Federer

Rafael Nadal

Serena Williams

Venus Williams

2018

Roger Federer

Marin Čilić

Caroline Wozniacki

Simona Halep

2019

Novak Djokovic

Rafael Nadal

Naomi Osaka

Petra Kvitová

2020

Novak Djokovic

Dominic Thiem

Sofia Kenin

Garbiñe Muguruza

2021

Novak Djokovic

Daniil Medvedev

Naomi Osaka

Jennifer Brady

2022

Rafael Nadal

Daniil Medvedev

Ashleigh Barty

Danielle Collins

 

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FAQs on Australian Open Winners List

Q1. Who were the Australian Open winners in 2022?

The Australian Open winners in 2022 were Rafael Nadal (Australia) for Men's singles and Ashleigh Barty (Britain) for the Women's singles categories. Before them, the Australian Open winners in 2021 were Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka in the men's and women's categories, respectively.

Q2. Where is the Australian Open Tennis tournament held?

The Australian Open Tennis tournament is held in Melbourne (Australia) every year in mid-January. In 2022, the Australian Open winners in the men's and women's categories were Rafael Nadal and Ashleigh Barty, respectively.

Q3. Who holds the highest number of Grand Slam Titles?

Rafael Nadal became the first male tennis player to hold 21 Grand Slam titles after he won the Australian Open in 2022, leaving behind Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, who holds 20 Grand Slam titles. In the women's category, Margaret Court (Australia) has a record of 24 Grand Slams.

Q4. What was the prize money for the Australian Open winners of the 2022 tournament?

The Australian Open winners 2022 went home with prize money of AUD 2,875,000, while the runner-ups received AUD 1,575,000. The total prize money for the tournament was AUD 75 million.