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Who are the top 10 seeds ahead of the Australian Open 2023?

MELBOURNE, Australia — The following are the top seeds for the women and men at the Australian Open 2023 tournament which gets underway on Monday (Sunday night USA time – January 15) and runs through January 29, 2023. Check out the list of top players expected to be the leading contenders for this year’s respective titles.

Who is seeded number 1 in Men’s Australian Open 2023?

In the absence of injured world No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz, Rafael Nadal is the No. 1 men’s Australian Open 2023 seed entering the tournament that will feature one American player in the top 10 seeds.

Nadal Australian Open will aim to defend the title he won down under last year but this year is expected to be alot more difficult with his arch rival Novak Djokovic now available to play after he was barred from competiting last year due to COVID regulations in Australia.

Djokovic comes in as a the No. 4 seed this year with Casper Ruud of Norway and Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece seeded second and third for the Australian Open 2023 tournament.

Completing the top 10 men’s Australian Open 2023 seeded players are No. 5 Andrey Rublev (Russia), Felix Auger-Aliassime (Canada), Daniil Medvedev (Russia), Taylor Fritz (United States), Holger Rune (Denmark) and Hubert Hurkacz (Poland).

Who is seeded number 1 in Women’s Australian Open 2023?

Meanwhile, No.1-ranked Iga Swiatek is the women’s top seed and 21-year-old Poland star will look to add the Australian Open title to the French and US Open honors she already holds. Three American players, Jessica Pegula, Coco Gauff and Madison Keys are listed in the top 10.

No. 2 is Ons Jabeur (Tunisia), followed by Jessica Pegula (United States), Caroline Garcia (France) and Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus) as the top five seeded players. After that comes the sixth seed Maria Sakkari (Greece), Coco Gauff (United States), Daria Kasatkina (Russia), Veronika Kudermetova (Russia) and Madison Keys (United States).



1 Rafael Nadal (Spain)
2 Casper Ruud (Norway)
3 Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece)
4 Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
5 Andrey Rublev (Russia)
6 Felix Auger-Aliassime (Canada)
7 Daniil Medvedev (Russia)
8 Taylor Fritz (United States)
9 Holger Rune (Denmark)
10 Hubert Hurkacz (Poland)


1 Iga Swiatek (Poland)
2 Ons Jabeur (Tunisia)
3 Jessica Pegula (United States)
4 Caroline Garcia (France)
5 Aryna Sabalenka (Belarus)
6 Maria Sakkari (Greece)
7 Coco Gauff (United States)
8 Daria Kasatkina (Russia)
9 Veronika Kudermetova (Russia)
10 Madison Keys (United States)

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