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DID YOU KNOW: Alicia had the best winning percentage on grass in 2001 with 86.4%, beating Capriati's 83.3% and Tauziat's 81.8%, Alicia also had the most grass wins in 2001 (19), after winning both Japanese challenger events

A forum has be added to the website now so all you Alicia Molik fans can talk all things tennis.

A little while back, Tim's update below asked if anyone would be interested in taking over the the site from him as he no longer has the time to keep the site up to date like he would like too ... Well I emailed him about it, so now I'm in the position to 'fill his shoes' ... he has done a fantastic job, so that'll be pretty hard, but I'll try!
I'll update everything A.S.A.P, including all the latest on Alicia's fantastic run, which unfortunately came to an end yesterday at the Australian Open where she had to retire from her first round match against Iroda Tulyaganova of Uzbekistan with an foot injury, after taking the first set 6-4 and with the scores at 4-6 in the second. An MRI scan today revealed that Alicia will be out of action for at least 8 weeks, with muscle/tendon damage in her foot, which must be a bitter blow after all the successes she has just had...For the moment, read all about it either at Fox Sports or the Official Australian Open website

Alicia and Lleyton are doing well at the Hopman Cup, but what the update is about is the lack of updates. I haven't had and will not have enought time to keep this site up to the standard that i would be happy with, so what I am saying is that i'm putting this site up for someone else to run. If you want to know more send me an email at, and we can work out all the arrangements. If no body else wants to run the site, i'll simply leave it up as is, and update when i get the time, which will be quite rare. Anyway, all the best to Alicia and Lleyton in Perth.

Alicia won her first round match 6-4 6-0 in just 42 minutes, but she is up against Venus Williams in the second round today. Her match is on the Arthur Ashe staduim which is the second biggest court at the US Open. Hopefully Alicia can cause a big upset and make it through to the 3rd round. Good Luck Alicia!!


Alicia Molik is a young Aussie tennis player who hails from Adelaide South Australia. Alicia is now the highest ranked Aussie female player at number 47. For more info on Alicia go to the "About Alicia" section and make sure you leave a note in the guestbook during your visit.