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Kate Ceberano belts out a tune at the Australian Open ahead of Ash Barty’s semi-final match

Kate Ceberano entertains the crowd at the Australian Open ahead of Ash Barty’s semi-final match against American Madison Keys


Ash Barty is currently carrying Australia’s singles tennis hopes on her shoulders at the Australian Open.

And another local icon, Kate Ceberano, was charged with entertaining the crowd ahead of the 25-year-old athlete’s semi-final match on Thursday.

The 55-year-old singer belted out a song for the Melbourne Park crowd before Barty blew past American Madison Keys in a lopsided 6-1, 6-3 victory.  

Hitmaker: Kate Ceberano was charged with entertaining the crowd ahead of 25-year-old tennis star Ash Barty’s semi-final match on Thursday

The Bedroom Eyes hitmaker clad herself in a long-sleeved red dress for her pre-match entertainment.

The garment featured a large, lacy heart in the centre of Kate’s chest.

Her wavy, raven tresses were worn loose and flowing and her face was framed by a heavy fringe. 

Pre-game: The 55-year-old singer belted out a song for the Melbourne Park crowd before Barty blew past American Madison Keys in a lopsided 6-1, 6-3 victory

Pre-game: The 55-year-old singer belted out a song for the Melbourne Park crowd before Barty blew past American Madison Keys in a lopsided 6-1, 6-3 victory

Lady in red: The Bedroom Eyes hitmaker clad herself in a long-sleeved red dress for her pre-match entertainment

Lady in red: The Bedroom Eyes hitmaker clad herself in a long-sleeved red dress for her pre-match entertainment

Superstar:  The Ipswich-born sports superstar has cruised through the Australian Open women's singles so far, not dropping a set en route to the Grand Slam final

Superstar:  The Ipswich-born sports superstar has cruised through the Australian Open women’s singles so far, not dropping a set en route to the Grand Slam final

Barty easily accounted for the 51st ranked Keys on Thursday night, becoming the first Australian woman to make her home Grand Slam final in 42 years.

The Ipswich-born sports superstar has cruised through the Australian Open women’s singles so far, not dropping a set en route to the final.

She is currently the top ranked woman’s player in the world, and is only the second Australian WTA singles No. 1 after fellow First Nations Australian Evonne Goolagong Cawley.

Blown away: Barty easily accounted for the 51st ranked Keys (pictured) on Thursday night

Blown away: Barty easily accounted for the 51st ranked Keys (pictured) on Thursday night

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