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Ashberty breaks TV reputation with Australian Open victory

Tennis champion Ashberty broke the television reputation record, with the Australian Open championship becoming the hottest women’s final since 1999.


Tennis champion Ashberty broke her incredible television rating record Australian Open The final will win.

According to the report of Sydney Morning Herald On Sunday, the 25-year-old match saw a peak audience of 42.61 million viewers.

The average number of viewers was 3,577,000.

Historical: Tennis champion Ashberty, 25 (pictured), broke television ratings with her incredible historic Australian Open victory, according to a report from the Sydney Morning Herald on Sunday.

According to Nine, it was the hottest female final since 1999 when Oz Tam began to hold records.

Australians seem to have an appetite for local champions, and Nine has also recorded a record rating for the men’s doubles final.

Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis enjoyed the victory in the match, with a peak audience of 3,154 million.

Winner: According to this week's Sydney Morning Herald report, athletes had a peak audience of 42.61 million. In the finals, the average number of viewers was 3,577,000.Here after her victory

Winner: According to this week’s Sydney Morning Herald report, athletes had a peak audience of 42.61 million. In the finals, the average number of viewers was 3,577,000.Here after her victory

The national average number of viewers was 2,297 million. These numbers are also record-breaking for men’s doubles.

Ash became an Australian who won the Australian Open singles title for the first time in 44 years and eventually abandoned the challenge of American Danielle Collins.

The final Saturday was an almost perfect finish as the Wimbledon champion and world number one won 6-3 7-6.

Champions: Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis have won the title for the first time in Australia since Todd Woodbridge and Mark Wood in 1997.

Champions: Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis have won the title for the first time in Australia since Todd Woodbridge and Mark Wood in 1997.

“This is a dream come true for me and I am very proud to be an Australian,” Bertie said after being awarded the trophy by Ebonne Goo Lagoon.

When idol Evonne Goolagong made a surprise appearance in the final, Ash sent a sweet message to the fans after she shed tears.

“I’m very proud to be an Australian,” she posted on Twitter on Sunday morning, sharing a photo of her kissing the trophy.

The drought is over!Ash erupted at a celebration on Saturday night after becoming an Australian who won the Australian Open for the first time in 44 years.

The drought is over!Ash erupted at a celebration on Saturday night after becoming an Australian who won the Australian Open for the first time in 44 years.

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Ashberty breaks TV reputation with Australian Open victory

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