• Novak Djokovic: A three-times winner in Melbourne, including the last two years
  • Champion's joy: Djokovic celebrates winning the Australian Open in 2012
  • Roger Federer: A four-times winner of the Australian Open, his last success coming in 2010 when defeating Andy Murray in straight sets
  • Rafael Nadal: Last year's runner-up enjoyed his sole success so far back in 2009 when he beat great rival Roger Federer in a five-set thriller
  • Marat Safin: The Russian ace was twice a runner-up before he finally tasted success, beating home favourite Lleyton Hewitt to win in 2005
  • Andre Agassi: Pictured on his way to winning the Australian Open in 2003, the last of his four successes in Melbourne
  • Mark Edmondson: The last Australian to win the men's singles title in Melbourne, back in 1976
  • Roy Emerson: Holds the record for most titles in the Australian Championships with six (1961, 1963-1967)
  • Mats Wilander: Won the last of his three Australian Open titles in 1988
  • Ivan Lendl: Andy Murray's coach won back-to-back titles in 1989 and 1990
  • Boris Becker: Won in Melbourne in 1991 and 1996
  • Jim Courier: American ace won back-to-back Australian Open titles in 1992 and 1993
  • Pete Sampras: Pictured on his way to winning the 1997 Australian Open. He also won in 1994
  • Petr Korda: Claimed his sole success in 1998
  • Yevgeny Kafelnikov: The Russian player kisses the trophy after winning the Australian Open in 1999
  • Thomas Johansson: Celebrates his 2002 win with Swedish supporters
  • Stefan Edberg: Won in 1985 and 1987 and was a runner-up three times in the early 1990s

Melbourne kings

Novak Djokovic: A three-times winner in Melbourne, including the last two years