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Melbourne, Australia, 19 January 2024 | Leigh Rogers

Sixteen of Australia’s most promising prospects will compete in singles on the Australian Open 2024 Junior Championships.

Emerson Jones and Maya Joint headline the Aussie contenders within the women’ singles occasion.

The 15-year-old Jones is without doubt one of the world’s highest-ranked juniors and lately grew to become the primary Australian in 24 years to win the Traralgon Junior Worldwide.

The sixth-seeded Jones meets qualifier Daria Egorova within the opening spherical.

Joint was a standout performer throughout the Australian Open 2024 girls’s qualifying singles competitors, upsetting two higher-ranked opponents on her march into the ultimate spherical.

The 17-year-old begins her junior singles marketing campaign towards 14th seed Wakana Sonobe, a 16-year-old from Japan.

Australian Open 2024
Ladies’ singles, first spherical
Participant Age Rank Participant Age Rank
[6] Emerson Jones (AUS) 15 9 v [Q] Daria Egorova 16 83
Maya Joint (AUS) 17 25 v [14] Wakana Sonobe (JPN) 16 18
[WC] Kimiko Cooper (AUS) 15 170 v [Q] Lea Nilsson (SWE) 15 136
[WC] Giselle Guillen (AUS) 15 248 v [2] Sara Saito (JPN) 17 5
[WC] Tahlia Kokkinis (AUS) 15 283 v Asylzhan Arystanbekova (KAZ) 17 56
[WC] Koharu Nishikawa (AUS) 14 421 v Mia Slama (USA) 17 51
[WC] Renee Alame (AUS) 14 627 v [10] Ena Koike (JPN) 17 13
[Q] Alana Subasic (AUS) 16 293 v Noemi Basiletti (ITA) 17 43

> VIEW: Australian Open 2024 women’ singles draw

Pavle Marinkov and Hayden Jones lead the Aussie cost within the Australian Open 2024 boys’ singles competitors.

Marinkov was the most effective performing Australian at Melbourne Park final summer season, progressing to the third spherical as a wildcard entry. Aiming to raised that end result, the 17-year-old begins his quest towards Korean Hoyoung Roh.

The 17-year-old Jones, who’s the older brother of Emerson and making his third main-draw look on the Australian Open Junior Championships, meets Italian Daniele Rapagnetta within the opening spherical.

Cruz Hewitt, the 15-year-old son of former world No.1 Lleyton Hewitt, is making his Grand Slam debut. The wildcard faces American Alexander Razeghi, a 17-year-old ranked No.10.

Australian Open 2024
Boys’ singles, first spherical
Participant Age Rank Participant Age Rank
[13] Pavle Marinkov (AUS) 17 20 v Hoyoung Roh (KOR) 17 33
[16] Hayden Jones (AUS) 17 23 v Daniele Rapagnetta (ITA) 17 87
[WC] Hugh Winter (AUS) 17 61 v Mees Rottgering (NED) 16 35
[WC] Ty Host (AUS) 16 188 v [WC] Diego Eduardo Munoz Navia (BOL) 18 179
[WC] Jerome Estephan (AUS) 16 196 v [Q] William Rejchtman Vinciguerra (SWE) 16 70
[WC] Cruz Hewitt (AUS) 15 201 v [6] Alexander Razeghi (USA) 17 10
[WC] Rohan Hazratwala (AUS) 16 202 v [5] Kaylan Bigun (USA) 17 9
[WC] Daniel Jovanovski (AUS) 15 289 v Atakan Karahan (TUR) 17 32

> VIEW: Australian Open 2024 boys’ singles draw

The Australian Open 2024 Junior Championships can be performed at Melbourne Park from 20-27 January.

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