That is the opinion of Eurosport tennis expert and seven-time Grand Slam victor Mats Wilander.
Stars including Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, Caroline Wozniacki, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev also played Fast Four doubles at the event that helped raise an incredible $4,826,014.
On the other hand, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal pledged A$250,000 ($172,000) towards the Australian bushfire relief efforts at a charity event on Wednesday in the leadup to the Australian Open.
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"Twenty years this has been my home and I've had so many great matches on this court and in this country", said Williams, whose young daughter Alexis Olympia was thrilled to meet some firefighters this week.
Also, the Swiss mentioned Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal who have accomplished so much and have been playing under pressure for the entire career, year after year.
'What I wanted to do was raise awareness, raise money and tell people to still come and travel to Australia because people probably think around the world that you can't right now, ' Federer said.
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Kyrgios said the last couple of weeks have been 'emotional'. "I think it was a hard-fought victory today and I hope to get more of these", Bencic said.More news: Visa acquires fintech player Plaid for $5.3 billion
The ongoing fires in Australia have killed 28 people and destroyed several thousand homes, majority in New South Wales and Victoria states.
"I could easily just stay home and I was like, "no, no, I'm really happy to go to Melbourne and kick off the season there".
'The awareness has grown and I think we're doing everything we possibly can to overcome this'.
While smoke from the Australian wildfires has engulfed Melbourne and the Australian Open this month, several of tennis' biggest stars came together on Wednesday night to raise almost $3.5 million dollars to help those impacted across the region.
Australian Nick Kyrgios has pledged 200 Australian dollars for every ace he hits this month.More news: Kapil Sharma’s daughter’s first pictures?