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The Australian clay courts have been dominated by the clay putter since the 1990s, but the Australian Open has been the best-attended tournament on clay for more than a decade.

In 2016, the Australian clay court ranked seventh in the world behind the US, Great Britain, France and Spain.

The Australian men’s clay ranked eighth, behind Japan, India, China and Turkey.

It is a massive event and attracts a massive amount of interest in the clay.

The Australian Open’s draw is also huge, with about 3.5 million spectators.

It also draws a lot of international attention, as it is a huge draw for the US women’s tour.

It attracts a lot more attention because it is played in Australia.

Australia’s men’s tour has been one of the biggest draws of all time, averaging 2.8 million spectators, according to the Australian Tourist Board.

The US Open has not been the same, however, and it is the clay courts that have drawn the most attention.

In 2014, the clay court played the final two days of the USOpen.

That was a big year for the clay as it made the top 10.

At the time, the men’s tennis event was playing at the Sydney Tennis Centre, where it averaged about 2.4 million spectators per day.

The clay has not fared well in the Australian event, with the Australian men ranking 11th and the men ranked 17th, according, to the ATC.

The women’s clay ranking has been much lower, with women’s singles ranked 26th and women’s doubles ranked 21st.

The men’s women’s final is played on the clay, with a draw of about 1.3 million per day, according the ATSB.

And the Australian Women’s final at the same venue has a draw around 1.2 million per week.

It was a good year for Australian clay tennis, but it is not the best year, as the Australian tour is coming off a bad draw.

Australian women’s tennis ranked third in the worlds rankings in 2016.

It ranked second to the US last year, and third to Japan in 2018.

Australian clay is in a state of flux, with clay court tournaments playing at home and in a foreign venue.

When the Ateneo de Manila came to Australia last year to play the Australian women’s Open, the tour was unable to bring the AAT to its new home, which was in Shanghai.

This year, the AAS has been looking to play Australian clay in a different venue.

The Atenego de Paraíba was scheduled to play clay in Beijing in late June.

China has long played tennis in Asia, but that has always been a relatively short-lived trend.

The Ateneco de Maravilla has played clay in Australia for the past six years.

The Chinese tennis federation has long been critical of the Australian tennis federation’s decision to play in Shanghai rather than the city’s clay courts.

China is the most popular clay court in Asia.

“It is very difficult to get a fair deal for Australian tennis,” China’s tennis federation chief Liu Hao told the AP on Wednesday.

Liu said China’s clay is “not good enough” for Australian players.

But Liu also said there is a lot that can be done.

The issue is whether China will have enough clay courts to fill the Atsin, Wangtung and the other clay venues.

China has a large clay court base, but has not played any of the top clay courts in the Asia Pacific region, which is home to most of the best players in tennis.

There is also a lot to consider about the clay in China, where there is more of a need for consistency.

With the Aussie Open on clay, China has the chance to showcase its clay court talent.

The final three days of a clay tournament are played at a different location from the main event.

For example, in 2016, Wanglue Sports Group played the clay final of the Singapore Open at a new venue at the Singapore Cricket Ground.

That venue was in Sydney, Australia, and was a very different environment.

Singapore is a large city with many international events that take place there, and that venue was not conducive for clay tennis.

Singapore has a lot in common with Australia, but is more open to playing clay.

It has a strong Australian clay player, and the AUS Open is one of its biggest events.

Even though the AIT is not played in Singapore, the sport is thriving there, with many of the players coming from Australia.

The Singapore Open is also the world