Australian Open: Tips to enjoy your day at Melbourne Park

The entrance to Rod Laver Arena at Australian OpenOnCourt Advantage is guest posting over at Tennis and Tourism today, where I share tips and tricks to help you enjoy your trip to this or future Australian Open Grand Slams. You can read more here -> Tennis & Tourism.

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The “AUSTRALIAN OPEN FUN: Tips and Tricks for attending the first Grand Slam of the Year” how-to guide covers a range of topics including ticketing, entertainment and how to get the most value for your tennis dollar.

In order to make it easy for YOU to find all the 2012 Australian Open information posted by OnCourt Advantage in one quick and easy place click this link-> Australian Open 2012 Tennis.

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