Djokovic and Osaka lead the most curious figures of the Australian Open

The Australian Open organization has shared the most curious data that the tournament has left, with Djokovic, Osala, Monfils or Serena as protagonists.

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After the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of the 2021 season, it is time to take stock of what the Australian tournament has given of itself and from Tennis Australia they have wanted to share some curious figures about the tournament.

These figures have as protagonists the great rackets of the tournament and their figures highlight the importance at the time of serving since Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka, the two champions, have been the ones who have achieved the most direct aces in the championship. In the case of the Serbian he has achieved 103 aces, while Osaka achieved 50.

In this classification also appear the cannoneers, those who have achieved the most powerful serve during the tournament. In the men's box this honor is shared by the Frenchman Gael Monfils and the American Reilly Opelka, who managed to reach 232 km / h. For her part, in the women's team, this milestone falls on Serena Williams, who during her third round match against Nina Stojanovic served 203 km / h.

The organization has indicated that a total of 233,335 strokes have been registered during the matches in a total of 43,651 points. In addition, 6,948 games and 733 sets have been played in all matches of the tournament.



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