Tennis Grand Slam
The Tennis Grand Slam comprises of Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open. However, the four Tennis Grand Slams 2010 has been scheduled. Always greatly coveted and fiercely contested tournaments, all these four grand slams are guaranteed to produce tennis of the highest quality. Australian Open is scheduled to be held on 18 January to 31 January, 2010. It will be held in Melbourne Park, Melbourne. The Australian Open is often played in conditions of extreme heat and can be a test of player fitness as much as technique. January temperatures regularly hit 30c and tournament organizers have compelled an extreme heat policy to protect players from the arduous effects of the weather. Read on to know more about Tennis Grand Slam.
The French Open is also one of the upcoming events in Tennis Grand Slam 2010. This tournament will be held between 26 May and 6 June. The match will be played in Roland Garros, Paris Holder. Its deliberate surface suiting the touchstone specialist with the ability and patience to endure the long rallies common to the event.2009 saw Roger Federer lift his first ever French crown with a straight sets victory over Swede Roger Soderling. Svetlana Kuznetsova defeated number one seed Darina Safina in the Ladies final, who again failed to overcome grand slam final nerves. Moreover, the Tennis Grand Slam 2010 also includes Wimbledon Championship. This tournament will be held starting from 21 June to 4 July in All England Tennis Club, London.
The only grass tournament in the grand slam calendar, Wimbledon remains unique in atmosphere and tradition. Know more about the Tennis Grand Slam. The US Open 2010 will be held between 30 August and 12 September. The match will be played in Flushing Meadows in New York. US Open is the final Tennis Grand Slam of the year 2010. With its high energy, high octane profile, the tournament provides a fitting climax to the grand slam year and will be played in front of exuberant, extrovert crowds. However, the competition for Slam titles will be as fierce as ever in 2010. The bookmakers will have a hard year as well when they takes bets for tennis betting