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2018 Australian Open

Wild Card Challenge

November 20, 2017
<h2>2018 Australian Open</h2>
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The USTA will award a singles main-draw wild card into the 2018 Australian Open to the American man and American woman who win the Australian Open Wild Card Challenge.

 

MEN

The USTA will award one men’s singles main-draw wild card into the 2018 Australian Open based on performance in any professional indoor and outdoor hard-court Challenger Tour-level events and above in the world. The wild card will be awarded to the American player with the highest total of cumulative ATP singles ranking points (including points earned in qualifying and main draw) from their best two out of three results during the following weeks:

 

Week of Oct. 30 – Paris ATP Masters 1000/ $75K Canberra 2, Australia/ $75K Charlottesville, NC/ $75K+H Shenzhen 2
Week of Nov. 6 – €106K+H Bratislava, Slovakia/ €85K+H Mouilleron Le Captif/ $50K+H Kobe, Japan/ $75K Knoxville, TN
Week of Nov. ADVERTISEMENT 13 – $75K Champaign, IL/ $50K+H Pune, India

 

WOMEN

The USTA will be awarding one women’s singles main-draw wild card into the 2018 Australian Open based on performance in specific outdoor hard-court professional events taking place in the United States. The wild card will be awarded to the American player with the highest total of cumulative WTA singles ranking points (points earned in main draw only from select $80K USTA Pro Circuit events) from their best two results during the following weeks:

Week of Oct. 23
– $80K Macon, GA (main-draw points only)
Week of Oct. 30 – $80K Tyler, TX (main-draw points only)
Week of Nov. 6 – $80K Waco, TX (main-draw points only)


See the men's fact sheet and women's fact sheet for more information.

 

As of Nov. 20, 2017:

Tim Smyczek and Taylor Townsend will compete in the 2018 Australian Open main draws after winning the Australian Open Wild Card Challenge. See below for the final standings:

 

Women's standings
Men's standings

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