1970 Australian Open

The 1970 Australian Open was a tennis tournament played on Grass courts at the White City Stadium in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia from 19 to 27 January. It was the 58th edition of the Australian Open, the 16th held in Sydney, and the first Grand Slam of the year. Margaret Smith Court's win in the singles was the first step towards her achieving a Grand Slam.

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