The fall of Australian tennis

Australia was a dominant figure in tennis but participation figures have declined and tennis courts disappeared.

    Australia was once a dominant figure in global tennis. But it has been 39 years since a local has lifted the Australian Open trophy.

    With declining participation figures, and tennis courts disapearing, there are some fears the glory days will remain in the past.

    Rahul Pathak reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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