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Schedule of 2019 Australian Open: 11 women and 3 women from China enter the competition

The 2019 Australian Open opened on January 14th in Melbourne, Australia's second largest city, as scheduled. The competition lasted from January 14th to January 27th for a total of 14 days. In these 14 days, there will be five competitions of men's singles, men's doubles, women's singles, women's doubles and mixed doubles. Among them, 11 women, including Peng Shuai, Zheng Saisai and Wang Qiang, will enter the competition!

The first four rounds of group matches will be held from the 14th to the 21st, one of which will be held every two days. The quarter finals will be held on the 22nd-23rd, and the semi-finals will be held on the 24th-25th, among which the women's singles finals will be held on the 25th. I don't know whether the Chinese women will have the hope of winning the championship, but whether the Chinese women will be able to enter the finals or not, this competition is worth our expectation. The remaining four events will be held from January 26 to 27

Schedule of Australian Open 2019

What is the overall strength of Chinese players in the 2019 Australian Open?

In the 2019 Australian Open, 14 Chinese entered the competition, including 3 men's teams and 11 women's teams. Only one man from the men's team has entered the competition, which is the first time in Li's career to enter the Australian Open Men's singles competition. The other two men, Gong Maoxin and Zhang Xuan, will compete in the men's doubles. In the latest world ranking, Li Jiji scored 173 points, ranking 261st in the world and second in China.

In the first place is Zhang Ze, who has 231 points and ranks 217 in the world.

Compared with the men's team, the number of women players in the 2019 Australian Open is nearly four times that of men. The women's team has 11 players including Peng Shuai, Zheng Saisai, Wang Qiang, Zhu Lin, Zhang Shuai, Xu Yiyi, Duan Yingying, Jiang Xinyu, Yang Zhaoxuan, Wang Yafan and Han Xinyun. Among them, Peng Shuai, Zheng Saisai, Wang Qiang, Zhu Lin and Zhang Shuai took part in the women's singles competition. Except Zhu Lin and Xu Yiyi, all the other players took part in the women's doubles competition. Only Zhang Shuai took part in the mixed doubles.

In the latest WTA world ranking of women's network, Wang Qiang ranked 22nd in the world championship with 2155 points, ranking first in the middle; Zhang Shuai, ranking second in China, ranked 35th in the world with 1370 points.

In addition to Wang Qiang and Zhang Shuai, Zheng Saisai and Wang Yafang ranked in the top 100 respectively, while Peng Shuai ranked 291 in the world and 16th in China.

In general, the women's team has greatly surpassed the men's team in terms of comprehensive ranking and number of players in the 2019 Australian Open. In terms of data, the probability of women's team achieving excellent results in the competition is far higher than that of men's team. However, the men's team also has something to look forward to. We hope that they can create good results and what the final result will be. Let's wait and see.