The 2019 Auckland Open was a joint ATP and WTA tennis tournament, played on outdoor hard courts. It was the 34th edition of the women's event, and the 43rd edition of the men's event. It took place at the ASB Tennis Centre in Auckland, New Zealand, from 31 December 2018 to 6 January 2019 for the women, and from 7 to 12 January 2019 for the men.
2019 - AUCKLAND - NEW ZEALAND January 5, 2019 Auckland 2019: Final countdown Defending champion Julia Goerges squares off against teenage sensation Bianca Andreescu in the final of the ASB Classic.
Tennis – Auckland ASB Classic – 2019 – Detailed results Choice of a season. Played in the week prior to the Australian Open the ATP 250 event is a crucial stop in preparation for the years first Grand Slam tournament.
The WTA Auckland Open (currently sponsored by ASB Bank and called the ASB Classic) is a professional women's tennis tournament in Auckland, New Zealand.The tournament is played annually, in the first week of January, at the ASB Tennis Centre in the suburb of Parnell, just east of the Central Business District.
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The ATP Auckland Open, commonly known by its sponsored name ASB Classic, is a professional men's tennis tournament in Auckland, New Zealand. The tournament is played annually at the ASB Tennis Centre, in Parnell. It is part of the ATP World Tour 250 series of the Association of Tennis Professionals World Tour. The tournament is held annually in January a week before the first Grand Slam tournament of the season, the Australian Open.
The ASB Classic could have a homegrown champion. Cameron Norrie, who grew up in Auckland but now represents Great Britain, reached his first ATP Tour final on Friday, beating German Jan-Lennard Struff 7-5, 4-6, 6-3.
The ASB Classic is the biggest men’s professional sporting event in New Zealand and has been held in Auckland since 1956. Played in the week prior to the Australian Open, the ATP 250 event is a crucial stop in preparation for the year's first Grand Slam tournament. David Ferrer went on to reach the Melbourne semi-finals in 2011 and '13 after ...