The draw is officially confirmed for the 2023 Australian Open on the WTA side of the draw which will take place between 16 and 29 January.
Emma Raducanu could face Coco Gauff in the second round in Melbourne if she can get past Tamara Korpatsch in one of the main eye catching draws.
World Number One, Iga Swiatek who reached the semi-finals last year and will look to add the latest Grand Slam to her collection faces Jule Niemeier.
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While in one of the main first round clashes, Victoria Azarenka facees Sofia Kenin as former champions collide.
Other top ten seeds include Ons Jabeur facing Tamara Zidansek, Jessica Pegula will face Jaqueline Cristian and Gauff before potentially playing Raducanu starts against Katerina Siniakova.
Other notable first round ties include Bianca Andreescu facing Marie Bouzkova, Marta Kostyuk takes on Amanda Anisimova, Leylah Fernandez faces giant killer Alize Cornet and Paula Badosa first has Caty McNally.
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