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Australian Open 2023 Official Program launches


The story starts … with the Australian Open 2023 Official Program.

A must-read for tennis fans, the 152-page glossy publication celebrates AO 2022 champions Rafael Nadal and Ash Barty. It also previews the stars and storylines to watch throughout the season-opening Grand Slam. 

“The Official Program for the Australian Open is always a highly anticipated feature of the Australian summer of tennis, and the 2023 edition promises not to disappoint,” said Managing Editor Vivienne Christie. 

“While we look forward to the narratives that could shape Australian Open 2023, we also look back on how the Australian Open stories began for many of the world’s top-ranked players.”

The Australian Open 2023 Official Program cover.

Alongside feature stories on Australia’s top-ranked players Nick Kyrgios and Ajla Tomljanovic, the Official Program includes comprehensive player profiles on each of the world’s top 50-ranked men and women.

Maintaining a tradition to ensure that the Official Program remains a collectible for tennis lovers the world over, the publication also includes extensive pictorial content and a record of more than 100 years of tournament champions. 

“We hope the Australian Open 2023 Official Program is an absorbing read for fans, as well as a wonderful keepsake to mark what is shaping to be our biggest tournament yet,” Christie said. 

The Australian Open 2023 Official Program can be purchased at Australian newsagencies or the Australian Open online shop.

It will also be sold onsite, for $20, at Melbourne Park between 16-29 January.

A digital copy of the program will soon be made available on