Australian Open: Fans with flair!
With the 2013 edition of the Australian Open into its second week here is a look at how the fans turned up to watch their favourite stars in action.
With the 2013 edition of the Australian Open into its second week here is a look at how the fans turned up to watch their favourite stars in action. (AP & AFP Photos)
Fans relax on a lazy day in the afternoon as they take a break from watching a game.
Japanese fans not shy to display their national flag as they look on.
Some tennis lovers were eager to try the more exotic style as they turned up at the court.
Fans display more flags as they cheer on while a match progresses.
Flags used as a shade in the sweltering heat for some fans.
A young fan is seen having a good time in the backdrop of a match.
Fans of Roger Federer vent out their support for him as he takes on his opponent.
A fan warms up before a big game at the Australian Open.
Tsonga's fans get behind him as he plays in a quest for his first Grand Slam.
Some fans take the game as an excuse to get a tan.
The local fans step up the tempo on their home turf.
A fan soaks it in on a hot day.
Supporters involving themselves in full flow as they get into their groove.
Face painting is another trend followed by the fans at the Australian Open.
Some fans simply make up the numbers on a dragging day.
David Ferrer fans chant in unison for their hero.
An Aussie fan displays her colours.
A fan gets innovative with his flags on his head.
These two fans are carrying enlarged tennis balls as a sign of their enthusiasm.
Some take an opportunity to get some body lotioning done in between sets.