Fans flocking to see the world's tennis champions at the Australian Open 2020 this January can also look forward to close encounters of a culinary kind — with the stars of Australia's cooking scene.
The Australian Open is here and that can only mean one thing: tennis. But there's something else afoot at the southern hemisphere's greatest tennis competition – this year, the food is set to be all-time. From Rockpool and Nobu to world-class pizza and mind-bogglingly delicious stuffed pitas, we've got you prepared – game, set, match – for your big day at the AO 2020.
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