Players from 55 different countries are competing at the 2013 Australian Open. These are the countries with the most tennis players competing at the Australian Open in 2013. All countries with at least 10 players competing are listed below.
All players for each country are counted, including singles, doubles, mixed doubles, and qualifying players. As you can see from the list below, tennis is really an international sport with players from all over the world.
Countries with the most tennis players at 2013 Australian Open
1. United States - 44
The United States of America leads the way at the 2013 Australian Open with 44 tennis players competing. Leading the way for the Americans is Serena Williams, who has already won five singles titles and four doubles titles at the Australian Open.
T-2. France - 39
France has the second most players at this year's Australian Open with 39. Leading the way for the French are Jo-Wilfried Tsonga for the men, and Marion Bartoli for the women.
T-2. Australia - 37
The home country of Australia is tied with France for the second most players in 2013 with 39. Leading the way for Australia are Bernard Tomic for the men, and Sam Stosur for the women.
4. Spain - 29
Spain has the fourth most players with 29. Leading the way for Spain is Anabel Medina Garrigues, who has won two Grand Slam doubles titles in her career.
5. Germany - 26
There are 26 German tennis players competing at the Australian Open in 2013. Leading the way are Tommy Haas for the men, and Angelique Kerber, Sabine Lisicki, and Julia Goerges for the women.
6. Russia - 25
Twenty-five Russians are competing at the 2013 Australian Open. Leading the way are Maria Sharapova and Maria Kirilenko.
7. Italy - 20
Italy has 20 players at this year's open down under. Leading the way for the Italians is Sara Errani.
8. Czech Republic - 16
The Czech Republic has 16 participants at this year's Aussie Open. Leading the way are Tomas Berdych for the men and Petra Kvitova for the women.
9. Japan - 13
Leading the way for Japan are the Sema sisters, Yurika and Erika.
T-10. Canada - 11
T-10. Romania - 11
T-10. Ukraine - 11
T-10. - Slovakia - 11
T-14. - Argentina - 10
T-14. China - 10
T-14. - Serbia - 10