Australian Open Winners List – Male / Female Singles Champions

Australian Open winners list with year, country, names of men's / women's single champions of lawn tennis, check Australian open male & female winning players since start of tournament

Australian Open Winners List

Australian Open winners list (both male & female) with year, champion name, country, check men’s and women’s single champions of this lawn tennis tournament. The Australian Open is one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments and is held annually in Melbourne, Australia. It is typically played over a two-week period in January, making it the first Grand Slam tournament of the year.

The Australian Open features both men’s and women’s singles competitions, as well as doubles and mixed doubles events. It is played on hard courts at Melbourne Park, specifically on three main courts: Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena, and Melbourne Arena. The tournament attracts top tennis players from around the world and is known for its high-quality matches and competitive atmosphere.

Australian Open Winners List (Men’s Singles)

In men’s category, Australasian Championships was held from 1905 to 1926 and then Australian Championships was held from 1927 to 1968. From 1969, the name of Australian Championships was changed to Australian Open. All the male winners of Australian Open who are men’s single champions since 1905 in lawn tennis are given here.

Year Champion Country
1905 Rodney Heath AUS
1906 Anthony Wilding NZL
1907 Horace Rice AUS
1908 Fred Alexander USA
1909 Anthony Wilding NZL
1910 Rodney Heath AUS
1911 Norman Brookes AUS
1912 James Cecil Parke BRI
1913 Ernie Parker AUS
1914 Arthur O’Hara Wood AUS
1915 Francis Lowe BRI
1916 World War 1 No Competition
1917 World War 1 No Competition
1918 World War 1 No Competition
1919 Algernon Kingscote BRI
1920 Pat O’Hara Wood AUS
1921 Rhys Gemmell AUS
1922 James Anderson AUS
1923 Pat O’Hara Wood AUS
1924 James Anderson AUS
1925 James Anderson AUS
1926 John Hawkes AUS
1927 Gerald Patterson AUS
1928 Jean Borotra FRA
1929 John Gregory GBR
1930 Edgar Moon AUS
1931 Jack Crawford AUS
1932 Jack Crawford AUS
1933 Jack Crawford AUS
1934 Fred Perry GBR
1935 Jack Crawford AUS
1936 Adrian Quist AUS
1937 Vivian McGrath AUS
1938 Don Budge USA
1939 John Bromwich AUS
1940 Adrian Quist AUS
1941 World War 2 No Competition
1942 World War 2 No Competition
1943 World War 2 No Competition
1944 World War 2 No Competition
1945 World War 2 No Competition
1946 John Bromwich AUS
1947 Dinny Pails AUS
1948 Adrian Quist AUS
1949 Frank Sedgman AUS
1950 Frank Sedgman AUS
1951 Richard Savitt USA
1952 Ken McGregor AUS
1953 Ken Rosewall AUS
1954 Mervyn Rose AUS
1955 Ken Rosewall AUS
1956 Lew Hoad AUS
1957 Ashley Cooper AUS
1958 Ashley Cooper AUS
1959 Alex Olmedo USA
1960 Rod Laver AUS
1961 Roy Emerson AUS
1962 Rod Laver AUS
1963 Roy Emerson AUS
1964 Roy Emerson AUS
1965 Roy Emerson AUS
1966 Roy Emerson AUS
1967 Roy Emerson AUS
1968 Bill Bowrey AUS
1969 Rod Laver AUS
1970 Arthur Ashe USA
1971 Ken Rosewall AUS
1972 Ken Rosewall AUS
1973 John Newcombe AUS
1974 Jimmy Connors USA
1975 John Newcombe AUS
1976 Mark Edmondson AUS
1977 Roscoe Tanner (Jan) & Vitas Gerulaitis (Dec) USA (Jan), USA (Dec)
1978 Guillermo Vilas ARG
1979 Guillermo Vilas ARG
1980 Brian Teacher USA
1981 Johan Kriek RSA
1982 Johan Kriek USA
1983 Mats Wilander SWE
1984 Mats Wilander SWE
1985 Stefan Edberg SWE
1986 Tournament date changed No Competition
1987 Stefan Edberg SWE
1988 Mats Wilander SWE
1989 Ivan Lendl TCH
1990 Ivan Lendl TCH
1991 Boris Becker GER
1992 Jim Courier USA
1993 Jim Courier USA
1994 Pete Sampras USA
1995 Andre Agassi USA
1996 Boris Becker GER
1997 Pete Sampras USA
1998 Petr Korda CZE
1999 Yevgeny Kafelnikov RUS
2000 Andre Agassi USA
2001 Andre Agassi USA
2002 Thomas Johansson SWE
2003 Andre Agassi USA
2004 Roger Federer SUI
2005 Marat Safin RUS
2006 Roger Federer SUI
2007 Roger Federer SUI
2008 Novak Djokovic SRB
2009 Rafael Nadal ESP
2010 Roger Federer SUI
2011 Novak Djokovic SRB
2012 Novak Djokovic SRB
2013 Novak Djokovic SRB
2014 Stan Wawrinka SUI
2015 Novak Djokovic SRB
2016 Novak Djokovic SRB
2017 Roger Federer SUI
2018 Roger Federer SUI
2019 Novak Djokovic SRB
2020  Novak Djokovic SRB
2021  Novak Djokovic SRB
2022  Rafael Nadal ESP
2023 Novak Djokovic SRB

Australian Open Winners List (Women’s Singles)

In women’s category, Australasian Championships was held from 1922 to 1926 and then Australian Championships was held from 1927 to 1968. From 1969, the name of Australian Championships was changed to Australian Open. All the female winners of Australian Open who are women’s single champions since 1922 in lawn tennis are given here.

Year Champion Country
1922 Margaret Molesworth AUS
1923 Margaret Molesworth AUS
1924 Sylvia Lance Harper AUS
1925 Daphne Akhurst AUS
1926 Daphne Akhurst AUS
1927 Esna Boyd Robertson AUS
1928 Daphne Akhurst AUS
1929 Daphne Akhurst AUS
1930 Daphne Akhurst AUS
1931 Coral McInnes Buttsworth AUS
1932 Coral McInnes Buttsworth AUS
1933 Joan Hartigan AUS
1934 Joan Hartigan AUS
1935 Dorothy Round GBR
1936 Joan Hartigan AUS
1937 Nancye Wynne AUS
1938 Dorothy Bundy Cheney USA
1939 Emily Hood Westacott AUS
1940 Nancye Wynne Bolton AUS
1941 World War 2 No Competition
1942 World War 2 No Competition
1943 World War 2 No Competition
1944 World War 2 No Competition
1945 World War 2 No Competition
1946 Nancye Wynne Bolton AUS
1947 Nancye Wynne Bolton AUS
1948 Nancye Wynne Bolton AUS
1949 Doris Hart USA
1950 Louise Brough USA
1951 Nancye Wynne Bolton AUS
1952 Thelma Coyne Long AUS
1953 Maureen Connolly USA
1954 Thelma Coyne Long AUS
1955 Beryl Penrose AUS
1956 Mary Carter Reitano AUS
1957 Shirley Fry USA
1958 Angela Mortimer GBR
1959 Mary Carter Reitano AUS
1960 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1961 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1962 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1963 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1964 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1965 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1966 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1967 Nancy Richey USA
1968 Billie Jean Moffitt King USA
1969 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1970 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1971 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1972 Virginia Wade GBR
1973 Margaret Smith Court AUS
1974 Evonne Goolagong Cawley AUS
1975 Evonne Goolagong Cawley AUS
1976 Evonne Goolagong Cawley AUS
1977 Kerry Melville Reid (Jan) & Evonne Goolagong Cawley (Dec) AUS (Jan), AUS (Dec)
1978 Chris O’Neil AUS
1979 Barbara Jordan USA
1980 Hana Mandlíková TCH
1981 Martina Navratilova USA
1982 Chris Evert USA
1983 Martina Navratilova USA
1984 Chris Evert USA
1985 Martina Navratilova USA
1986 Tournament date changed No Competition
1987 Hana Mandlíková TCH
1988 Steffi Graf FRG
1989 Steffi Graf FRG
1990 Steffi Graf FRG
1991 Monica Seles YUG
1992 Monica Seles YUG
1993 Monica Seles  YUG
1994 Steffi Graf GER
1995 Mary Pierce FRA
1996 Monica Seles USA
1997 Martina Hingis SUI
1998 Martina Hingis SUI
1999 Martina Hingis SUI
2000 Lindsay Davenport USA
2001 Jennifer Capriati USA
2002 Jennifer Capriati USA
2003 Serena Williams USA
2004 Justine Henin BEL
2005 Serena Williams USA
2006 Amélie Mauresmo FRA
2007 Serena Williams USA
2008 Maria Sharapova RUS
2009 Serena Williams USA
2010 Serena Williams USA
2011 Kim Clijsters BEL
2012 Victoria Azarenka BLR
2013 Victoria Azarenka BLR
2014 Li Na CHN
2015 Serena Williams USA
2016 Angelique Kerber GER
2017 Serena Williams USA
2018 Caroline Wozniacki DEN
2019 Naomi Osaka JPN
2020 Sofia Kenin USA
2021 Naomi Osaka JPN
2022 Ashleigh Barty AUS
2023 Aryna Sabalenka BLR

About Australian Open

The Australian Open has a rich history dating back to 1905, although it was originally known as the Australasian Championships. It became the Australian Championships in 1927 and then transformed into the Australian Open in 1969 when it officially became an “open” event, allowing both amateurs and professionals to compete. The official website for Australian open is

The tournament has seen numerous legendary players leave their mark on the sport, such as Rod Laver, Margaret Court, Roy Emerson, Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, and many others. The Australian Open is known for its unique blue court surface and extreme weather conditions, including high temperatures that can reach well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit (40 degrees Celsius).

In recent years, the Australian Open has gained popularity worldwide, attracting a large global audience. It offers substantial prize money and is televised internationally, allowing fans from all corners of the globe to follow the matches. The tournament also hosts various entertainment events and activities, creating a festive atmosphere both on and off the court.

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