Everything that comes into your life you are attracting. Did you know that 🤷🏽♀️
It’s a little thing called the law of attraction and it’s inherent in everything we think, say and do ✨ the only problem 🤷🏽♀️ the universe doesn’t know whether it’s good or the bad, it’s responding to your thoughts - so don’t think limiting thoughts 🙏🏼
You want that promotion? Have a fitness goal? Want to travel the world? Start a company? Whatever it is, if you BELIEVE it, it WILL manifest 🙌🏼
Every morning I read a piece of paper in my journal that has my future written on it 📝 it’s what I tell myself everyday is going to happen - and starting the day reading your future is a powerful thing, I can guarantee you that ✨
In the words of one of my favourite visionaries @michaelbbeckwith “Creation is always happening. Every time an individual has a thought, or a prolonged chronic way of thinking, they’re in the creation process. Something is going to manifest out of those thoughts”.
So what are you manifesting everyday? 💫 (side note this theory is from @thesecret365, and if you haven’t read it I strongly advise it 🙌🏼)
When you finally get the call up on the big stage 💪 💯
Being a @vegemite ballkid is an exciting gig and we’re looking for our next crop of talent for #ausopen 2020. Is that you? Apply today at ballkids.tennis.com.au.
AO Rewind: @djokernole
Novak Djokovic cemented his place in #ausopen history at AO2019, becoming the first man to win the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup on seven occasions.
Djokovic's love affair with Melbourne shone through once again as he prevailed over all-comers before a resounding win over Rafael Nadal in the final.
AO Rewind: @naomiosakatennis
A star is born 🌟
Japan’s Naomi Osaka rose to world No. 1 as she captured her second straight Grand Slam title at AO2019.
Osaka powered her way to victory across two weeks of spellbinding play, culminating in a big-hitting, high-quality three-set win over Petra Kvitova as she became the first Japanese player to win an #ausopen singles title.
AO Rewind: @rafaelnadal
A decade on from his first #ausopen title, Rafael #nadal entered AO2019 looking to become just the second male in the Open era to have won all four Grand Slam singles titles at least twice. The Spaniard raced through to his fifth #ausopen final without dropping a single set and, although a fairytale ending wasn’t to be in 2019, the 17-time Grand Slam champion proved once again that he remains a force to be reckoned with.
AO Rewind: @petra.kvitova
In 2016, two-time Grand Slam champion Petra #kvitova wasn’t sure if she’d ever play professional tennis again after a knife attack left her with an injured hand. Just over two years later, Kvitova made it all the way to the #ausopen final through a combination of grit, determination and dazzling winners. The Czech would eventually fall to Naomi Osaka in an unforgettable clash, but while the Daphne Akhurst Trophy may have eluded her in 2019, Kvitova’s long road back to the top sees her fighting it out for major trophies once again.
AO Rewind: @stefanostsitsipas98
Greek 20-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas had a tournament to remember at AO2019, reaching his first ever Grand Slam semifinal in just his second main draw appearance at Melbourne Park.
In the match of his young career, Tsitsipas handed 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer his first #ausopen defeat since 2016 in a classic fourth round contest.
AO Rewind: @rogerfederer
In 2019, Roger #federer made R4 at the #ausopen for an eye-watering 17th time (the all-time men’s record). Victories over Istomin, Evans and Fritz also meant he extended his unbeaten run in Melbourne to 17 matches. Federer eventually fell to Tsitsipas in an epic encounter, but not before he produced one of the shots of the tournament.
This girl is officially on holidays! It has been a busy emotional rollercoaster of a last few months, but I am so happy that I finally achieved a career goal I’ve been working super hard for. Time for a much needed break before the new adventure begins! ❤️ Now somebody hand me an aperol spritz! Noosa here we come🍹 • @aperolspritzau
AO Rewind: @andymurray “Obviously tonight was the most special match that I played, even though it was the first round of the tournament and I lost… I'd be okay with that being my last match.” – An emotional #murray concedes his first round match to Robert Bautista Agut in what may have been his final match in Melbourne.
What a fuckin weekend, tend not to post stuff about gaming but it’s one of the bigger parts of my life - got to meet the coolest guy in gaming & played in the Fortnite PROAM (and actually didn’t take any fall damage for once 👀) shoutout to the TM boys for being so hospitable you’re all legends ❤️
Great experience playing my first slam here in Australia 🇦🇺❤ Unreal atmosphere and people 🤗 Had an unforgettable feelings😍 I'm really happy to be playing in the semis 😻🙏🏻💪🏻 Big thanks to my team and family ( especially my mom) for the support and hard work💪🏻 And of course to the people who came and supported me🙏🏻 It means a lot ❤
Hope to be back soon ✌🏻😻❤
Melbourne u will be missed 🇦🇺❤#ao2019 •
photos credit by : @natlanyon & @sergevishnevsky
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“I know that the season is long. My first priority at all, more than winning titles or not, is be happy. To be happy, I need to be healthy. I going to do the things that give me better chance to be healthy more than anything. That’s the priority. If I am healthy, I am competitive, I am happy, I have the chance to win tournaments. If not, things change 100%.” - RAFAEL NADAL
Gustavo ¡qué orgullo enorme da verte consagrado una vez más! Sos un ejemplo de perseverancia y de trabajo comprometido. Felicitaciones por el título obtenido en el Abierto de Australia, y gracias por dejar siempre a Córdoba en lo más alto. 🎾🏆
On to the next one!
Not our day yesterday, too good @nicomahut@pierrehuguesherbert.
Nevertheless, it's been a great fortnight and good to be back in a Slam final.
Thanks to all the fans who supported us over the last month and for adopting @henrikontinen
as an Aussie!
Finally, a big thanks and congratulations to the @australianopen and the whole @tennisaustralia team for continually improving the tournament, both for the players and spectators and putting on a world class event.
Always wonderful memories made in Melbourne even if not wonderful results... never ever stop doing something you love 💕 📷:@annafromathens
Thank you to all those that continue to support me to play this sport. Forever grateful 🙏🏼
And just like that the AUS Open comes to an end. @kiamotorsworldwide@kiamotorsusa really knows how to treat its owners and friends. The experiences we had this week were amazing. The cars we got to check out like the Cerato that we don’t have in the states was rad! The food provided and overall Australian experience was priceless. Thank you so much to Kia and congrats on your win Novak! #kiatennis#ausopen#kiasurpriseweek#powertosurprise#ad
Feliz y agradecida. LO LOGRÉ 👩🏼🍳💚Mis manos, mi carrera, Dios y la vida me han llevado a lugares que jamás imaginé. Mirar atrás y recordar el lugar donde comencé, después, darme cuenta que acabo de finalizar mi primer evento internacional, el mejor torneo de tennis del 🌏. Me siento muy orgullosa de lo que he logrado hasta ahora pero lo mejor es que es solo el comienzo. #ausopen2019#chef#cheflife
🏆 DJOKOVIC OUTCLASSES NADAL! 🏆
The World No.1 has played a perfect final to dominate Rafael #nadal 6-3 6-2 6-3 and claim his 7th @australianopen ! 🏆 DJOKOVIC AU 7ÈME CIEL ! 🏆
Stratosphérique Novak #djokovic qui assomme un Rafael Nadal impuissant 6-3 6-2 6-3 pour décrocher son 7ème Open d’Australie !
So incredibly grateful to be here! Thank you so much @emirates for the tickets to the finals! I’ve been so busy I haven’t been able to make any of the other matches, but so glad I could make this one! Who are you going for!? #emiratesplay 🎾
Grand Slam: ✅
Nicolas #mahut and Pierre-Hugues #herbert have claimed their last Major title missing at @australianopen beating Kontinen / Peers 6-4 7-6! #ausopen
Grand Chelem : ✅
Nicolas Mahut et Pierre-Hugues Herbert ont remporté le dernier majeur qui leur manquait à l'Open d'Australie en battant Kontinen / Peers 6-4 7-6 !
If you know then you know ... What an absolute legend, Rod Laver. In my opinion, the greatest tennis player of all time. A pleasure & an honour to have met you sir. A true inspiration of mine that constantly reminds me to keep striving for success, no matter what obstacles may be put in front of you, you can always come out on top and become the best at what you do, believe in yourself and put in the necessary work and the rest will follow.
Thank you @kiamotorsuk & @kiamotorsworldwide for this incredible opportunity.
Merely the beginning of an entirely advantageous day. ❤️ An honour to attend @australianopen as a guest of the Victorian Government today.
Being in the presence of Dame Anna Wintour and so many exemplary humans was something far beyond ‘inspiring’. Thank you #vicgov and @gonulserbest, such a pleasure x
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