Draws & OOPs

Links to printable draws and orders of play for imminent, current, and recent tournaments:

Weeks of January 19 and 26:

Australian Open

(Draw sheets homemade due to useless tournament website)
Women’s Singles Draw
Men’s Singles Draw
Women’s Doubles Draw
Men’s Doubles Draw
Mixed Doubles Draw
Women’s Qualifying Draw
Men’s Qualifying Draw
Tournament Schedule
Daily Match Schedule

Week of January 12:

Adelaide (WTA Premier, ATP 250)

Women’s Singles Draw
Men’s Singles Draw
Women’s Doubles Draw
Men’s Doubles Draw
Women’s Qualifying Draw
Men’s Qualifying Draw
Order of Play

Hobart (WTA International)

Singles Draw
Doubles Draw
Qualifying Draw
Order of Play

Auckland (ATP 250)

Singles Draw
Doubles Draw
Qualifying Draw
Order of Play

Weeks of December 30 and January 5:

ATP Cup

Draw
Order of Play

Brisbane (WTA Premier)

Singles Draw
Doubles Draw
Qualifying Draw
Order of Play

Auckland (WTA International)

Singles Draw
Doubles Draw
Qualifying Draw
Order of Play

Shenzhen (WTA International)

Singles Draw
Doubles Draw
Qualifying Draw
Order of Play

Doha (ATP 250)

Singles Draw
Doubles Draw
Qualifying Draw
Order of Play

12 Responses to Draws & OOPs

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  2. Phil Sonnet says:

    Thank you for the printable draws. Other sites are not very helpful for those who want to follow with TV coverage. Thanks again.

  3. roger mccarthy says:

    Thank you for the printable draws. Other sites are not very helpful for those who want to follow with TV coverage. Thanks again. I wrote a complaint to tennis australia and they replied they would pass it on to ” the relevent authority ” i.e. the bin
    My wifes hobby as she can no longer attend the events is to manually fill in the results every day while watching 12 hrs of tennis ! Its the same for all the grand slams.
    So yes thanks very much

    Roger

  4. Margaret James says:

    Nice to see the draw – the official one is un readable. Could you put in the results each day. It is very hard to keep track of them via T V or newspapers etc

    Margaret James

    • fogmount says:

      Here’s the deal. I provided the drawsheets for free. I tweet the results, in real time, for free, as I cover the tournament (which is my job). Writing the results on the drawsheets is left as an exercise for the reader.

  5. Vic Chandler says:

    Thank you so much for a proper printable draw. Essential for real fans to follow tournament. Have asked AO to rectify their terrible product.

  6. Lee Bradford says:

    Many thanks for providing the printable draws – agree official AO app seems pretty useless. Currently spending cold Jan afternoons filling in detail, Could I ask if there is one available for mixed doubles comp as this has now started?

  7. Max Kelly says:

    Mr. Fogmount ( IS there an actual Fog Mt??): You, sir, are a freaking ninja lifesaver!! I am forever indebted to you for the printable draws, as my OCD has compelled me to print and fill in tournament draws for 15 yrs. now. It is unfathomable to me how AO IT peeps could have screwed this up so badly! It seems I am not alone in that my sole reason for visiting the official site is to print the damn draws, NOT to shop or learn AO’s history or its past champs…this gesture you’ve been compassionate enough to do for fellow tennis fans has such resonant repercussions…God bless you, and pls stop to enjoy the next two weeks yourself. Cheers, mate!

  8. Martin says:

    Absolutely thank you for these sheets – they are readable and practical, you are gorgeous 🙂

  9. Pam says:

    What an utter joy to discover this site. I’ve been reduced to typing the wretched things out myself in the past. Thank you thank you good people of Fog Mountain!

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