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As the state of Victoria enters a five-day lockdown, Television audiences for the Australian Open are continuing to build on Nine.
The eyes of the world will be on Melbourne from Monday when the world’s best tennis players battle it out in the Australian Open 2021.
Alex de Minaur has once again been named to lead Team Australia. He will be joined by John Millman, John Peers and Luke Saville.
Australia’s own, world No.1 Ash Barty, will play in A Day at the Drive, the official curtain-raiser to the long-awaited 2021 Summer of Tennis featuring the Australian Open.
Australian Open 2021 will feature singles, doubles and wheelchair competitions. AO qualifying will be held offshore, with the women’s event taking place in Dubai, and men’s qualifying in Doha from 10-13 January. The AO Junior Championships has been postponed until later in the year.
Nine and Stan have today announced a new broadcast deal to secure broadcast rights for Grand Slam tennis tournaments, Wimbledon and Roland-Garros.
Originally scheduled for May/June, Roland-Garros 2020 is now the year’s second major tournament for the year directly following the 2020 US Open.
The daily ESPN hosted coverage commences Saturday at 2am with the Women’s Doubles final, leading into the Men’s Semi-finals coverage commencing at 6am.
Alex de Minaur highlights a blockbuster day of tennis as the Australian hopes to book a place in the final four at Flushing Meadows with his first appearance in a grand slam Quarter Final against Dominic Thiem.
The 2020 US Open Tennis Championships continue tonight in New York City
The 2020 US Open Tennis Championships continue tonight in New York City – with ESPN and Kayo’s multi-court coverage heading into day 8. Aussie Alert: Alex De Minaur takes on Vasek Pospisil at...
Jordan Thompson is in action against Mikhail Kukushkin, with this match shown on ESPN’s coverage. This will commence after 3.30am.
Broadcast Guide | Aussie players Alex de Minaur & Christopher O’Connell on show at Day 4 of US OPEN TENNIS
The daily ESPN coverage commences at 1am on Day 4 with Alex de Minaur in action against Richard Gasquet.
The daily ESPN hosted coverage commences at 2am, including expert commentary from John McEnroe & Chris Evert.
Alex de Minaur is in action against Andrej Martin, and will be featured on the DAY 2: Night coverage, play not commencing before 9am AEST.
Channel 10 has today confirmed an Australian launch date for its new subscription streaming service Paramount+
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