2018 Australian Open: Men’s and Women’s Singles Brackets
Tracking the draws from 128 to 1.
The 2018 Australian Open kicks off in Melbourne, Victoria on January 15. Professional tennis wastes no time getting to the first Grand Slam event of the new year, and you obviously want to know where the biggest names stand.
Join us as we track the singles draws from the first round to the title match. Please note that this is a brackets website, and we have brackets for the draws. These have 128 competitors each, so they are visually massive. If your brain explodes from overstimulation, The Bracket Yard and/or its parent company are not responsible for your ailment or its cleanup. Have your furniture Scotchgarded for splatter.
Follow along as we learn who gets the trophy Down Under. Americans, go ahead: stay up all night and watch. I did in my college years; perhaps someday, I can again.
All brackets can be enlarged by clicking on them.
2018 Australian Open: Final Bracket
The second seeds in each draw were victorious in 2018. Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark took home the women’s singles title by defeating Simona Halep for her first Slam title. Meanwhile, the venerable Roger Federer won his 20th. Federer won his sixth Australian Open by defeating Marin Cilic.