Twitter has announced it has partnered with the Australian Open for another year, bringing a new daily behind the scenes live show to give users a unique look at what goes on away from centre court.
#AOLive will be available free to logged-in and logged-out users on Twitter globally via live.twitter.com/AustralianOpen and on connected devices globally through @AustralianOpen.
Tennis fans can also dive into the conversation using the official hashtag, #AusOpen, with Twitter also creating a special emoji just for the tennis.
Finally, as anticipation builds for the start of 2018’s first tennis Grand Slam, here are the players that have been tweeted about most frequently in relation to the Australian Open this year.
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