The Australian Open 2015 is set for an action-packed and riveting finish during this weekend. While the Women’s Singles Final and the Men’s Doubles Final will be played on Saturday, the Men’s Singles Final will take place on Sunday. Also, the Mixed Doubles Final will be played on Sunday. Although the likes of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will surely be missed at the final showdown, other key rivalries will ensure wholesome entertainment for tennis aficionados.
The weather forecast for Melbourne during this weekend points towards chances of showers on Saturday and a light drizzle on Sunday. Maximum temperature on Saturday will remain around 21°C while the minimum will settle around 13°C. On Sunday, the maximum temperature is expected to stay around 21°C while the minimum temperature will remain around 15°C.
Big names will lock horns as the curtain falls at the Australian Open this weekend. First up, in the Women’s Singles Final, the deadly serves and all-ground excellence of Sharapova will clash against the aggressiveness and sheer power of Serena Williams. Interestingly, Sharapova has recorded 15 losses in a row against Serena since getting the better of her to win the Wimbledon back in 2004. Another crucial battle will take place between Stan Wawrinka and Novak Djokovic on Friday in the Men’s Singles semi-finals. The winner will advance into the finals to face a pounding Andy Murray on Sunday.
Indian fans will have something to cheer for after the duo of Martina Hingis and Leander Paes qualified for the Mixed Doubles Final set to be played on Sunday. While Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza failed to advance into the Mixed Doubles Finals, India’s hopes will hang on Paes who’ll be looking to lift his career’s 15th Grand Slam title. Thus the stage is set and the serves will pour down this weekend to decide who aces the Australian Open in 2015.