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Aussie icon Steve Waugh spotted in sparse late-night crowd at Australian Open men’s doubles final

Aussie icon Steve Waugh spotted in sparse late-night crowd at Australian Open men’s doubles final

Rod Laver Arena looked decidedly less full for the Australian Open men’s doubles final late on Saturday night after Aryna Sabalenka claimed the women’s title.

But one famous face remained planted in their seat as local hope Matt Ebden and his history-making partner Rohan Bopanna moved towards victory.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Aussie icon spotted in sparse late-night crowd at Aus Open final.

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None other than Australian cricket icon Steve Waugh was shown on screen during a changeover early in the second set.

“Plays a good game of tennis himself, by the way,” Aussie doubles champion John Fitzgerald said in commentary.

Steve Waugh offers a wave after spotting himself on the big screen during the Australian Open men’s doubles final. Credit: Stan

Waugh was a talented junior in a family as keen on tennis as the sport where he eventually made his name.

And while he remains in and around cricket he has also soaked up the Australian Open in each of the past three years.

The former Australian captain had courtside seats for the 2023 women’s final — also won by Sabalenka.

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In 2022, he inadvertently made headlines when he was captured eating an ice cream during Ash Barty’s semi-final.

Waugh and the Aussie cricket team famously attended the 2001 Wimbledon final featuring countryman Pat Rafter, with most wearing their baggy greens to mark the occasion.

Meanwhile, Ebden’s victory on Saturday night was the third local victory in a row in the Australian Open men’s doubles final — a feat not seen since 1982-84.

But where all-Aussie teams triumphed in 2022 (Thanasi Kokkinakis and Nick Kyrgios) and 2023 (Rinky Hijikata and Jason Kubler), it was India’s Bopanna who also lifted the trophy this year.

Aged 43 — or on ‘level 43’, as he described it — Bopanna is now the oldest man in the Open Era to win a grand slam doubles title.

He lifted the trophy on his 61st appearance in a men’s doubles draw, the most attempts before a victory.

He previously won the mixed doubles at the 2017 French Open and joked that was also the only other time his wife’s parents have attended a major.

“The last time they came I actually won … so I don’t know why they’re not coming more often!” Bopanna said.

Matt Ebden (R) and Rohan Bopanna celebrate their Australian Open men’s doubles triumph. (James Ross/AAP PHOTOS) Credit: AAP

Bopanna thanked his wife Supriya and daughter Tridha for their support, particularly in the years since backtracking on thoughts of retiring from tennis.

“I know a couple years ago I sent her a video message where I said ‘I’m gonna call it a day’ because I was not winning matches at all,” he shared.

“I went five months without winning a match and I thought that was going to be the end of my journey.

“But I think that perseverance inside me just kept me going. I really changed so many things and I found a wonderful partner (Ebden) to get me to all the laurels.”

Ebden paid tribute to Bopanna after their first top-level success together since March last year.

As well as becoming the oldest male grand slam doubles champion, Bopanna will also become the oldest world No.1 when he and Ebden reach the summit on Monday.

“Age truly really is not even a number for this guy,” Ebden said.

“He is young at heart. He is a champion and a warrior and he has fought hard by my side this whole last year.

“It has been such a dream come true to win here in Australia in front of our home fans so thank you so much.”

The victory follows Ebden’s Wimbledon 2022 triumph with Max Purcell and a 2013 Australian Open mixed doubles title with Jarmila Gajdosova.

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