IF GRAFTON'S Georgia Allen was in charge of Australian Open scheduling, she would ensure the round one clash between Belarusian Victoria Azarenka and Swede Johanna Larsen was on centre court tonight.
That's because the 14-year-old will join her family in the stands for the night session which will also feature Bernard Tomic up against No.1 seed Rafael Nadal.
Georgia and her sisters Emily and Lily got to see the professionals hit out at the Sydney International a year ago.
On that occasion Azarenka singled out Georgia and gave her a signed towel after winning the tournament.
The family flies to Melbourne today and will attend as many as five days of the tournament.
"I'm hoping to see Azarenka and Roger Federer," Georgia said yesterday.
"I also can't wait to see Tomic and Nadal."
Georgia is coached by Phil Beckman, along with Beckman's 16-year-old niece Taylah Beckman.
Both players enjoyed success at the Ballina New Year Australian Money Tournament.
Taylah won the open women's singles and doubles titles while Georgia was runner-up in the under-18 girls singles, and a semi-finalist against older opposition in the open women's singles.
"The AMT was hard," Georgia said.Taylah said her success came on the back of some serious hard work over the past month.
"Having Brit (Huxley) home over the holidays was great," Taylah said.
"We were having a hit nearly every day."
Taylah is preparing to step up for the Sunshine Coast Open Championships at Kawana which starts later this week.