Next month's Australian Open will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Rod Laver's Grand Slam achievement when the Australian tennis great will be reunited with the four players he beat in the Grand Slam finals of 1969.
Laver's achievement of twice winning the Grand Slam of the French, Wimbledon, US and Australian crowns in one calendar year in 1962 and 1969 remains unmatched in men's tennis.
The "Rockhampton Rocket" will be reunited with the four players he beat in the four Slam finals - Andreas Gimeno (Australian Open), Ken Rosewall (French Open), John Newcombe (Wimbledon) and Tony Roche (US Open).
Rosewall, Roche and Newcombe are all legends of Australian tennis with 60 Grand Slam titles between them, 16 of them in singles.
The Australian Open will take place in Melbourne from the 19th of January to the first of February.