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Australian Open schedule 2023: Full draws, TV coverage, channels & more to watch every tennis match

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Australian Open 2023 – the first tennis Grand Slam of the year – will be played at Melbourne Park through the second half of January.

Will Novak Djokovic claim a 10th men’s title? Or can teenage world No.1 Carlos Alcaraz spoil the party?

Is Iga Swiatek going to canter her way to the women’s crown? Or will the likes of Caroline Garcia and Ons Jabeur provide resistance?

Here’s everything you need to know about Australian Open 2023, including a full TV schedule, the full draw and betting odds.

MORE: Australian Open 2023 main-draw entry lists revealed

Australian Open 2023 schedule

As in previous years, Australian Open 2023 will be telecast on free-to-air in Australia via the Nine Network – which will show feature matches and contests with Aussie players.

To have the ability to watch ALL Australian Open matches, using the 9NOW app on Smart TV or your device allows the viewer to select any match they want to watch on any court.

Stan Sport subscribers also have the option to watch any Australian Open match on any court via its app across Smart TV and various devices.

Date Round Time (AEDT) TV Channel (AUS)
Monday, Jan. 16 1st Round 10 a.m – Finish Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Tuesday, Jan. 17 1st Round 10 a.m – Finish Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Wednesday, Jan. 18 2nd Round 10 a.m – Finish Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Thursday, Jan. 19 2nd Round 10 a.m – Finish Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Friday, Jan. 20 3rd Round 10 a.m – Finish Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Saturday, Jan. 21 3rd Round 10 a.m – Finish Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Sunday, Jan. 22 Round of 16 10 a.m – Finish Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Monday, Jan. 23 Round of 16 10 a.m – Finish Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Tuesday, Jan. 24 Quarterfinals TBA Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Wednesday, Jan. 25 Quarterfinals TBA Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Thursday, Jan. 26 Women’s Semifinals TBA Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Friday, Jan. 27 Men’s Semifinals TBA Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Saturday, Jan. 28 Women’s Singles Final TBA Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport
Sunday, Jan. 29 Men’s Singles Final TBA Nine, 9Now, Stan Sport

When is the Australian Open 2023?

The Australian Open 2023 main draw will start on Monday, January 16 with the start of the men’s and women’s singles.

It will conclude on Sunday, January 29 with the men’s singles final, with the women’s singles final played the night before.

Qualifying for the Australian Open main draw will start on Monday, January 9 and wind up on Thursday, January 12 ahead of the draw.

What is the Australian Open men’s singles draw

Australian Open officials have confirmed the 2023 men’s singles draw will take place on Thursday, January 12 (local time) with no time set in stone just yet. 

What is the Australian Open women’s singles draw?

Australian Open officials have confirmed the 2023 women’s singles draw will take place on Thursday, January 12 (local time) with no time set in stone just yet. 

Australian Open 2023 odds

After missing last year’s Australian Open, Novak Djokovic is hot favourite to win his 10th crown at Melbourne Park, while world no.1 Iga Swiatek is rated the top chance in the women’s draw.

Odds courtesy of TAB at December 22.

Men’s singles

Player Odds
Novak Djokovic 2.10
Carlos Alcaraz 5.00
Daniil Medvedev 6.00
Nick Kyrgios 8.00
Rafael Nadal 11.00
Felix Auger-Aliassime 13.00
Stefanos Tsitsipas 15.00
Jannik Sinner 15.00
Holger Rune 15.00
Casper Ruud 16.00

Women’s singles

Player Odds
Iga Swiatek 2.75
Caroline Garcia 11.00
Aryna Sabalenka 13.00
Cori Gauff 13.00
Ons Jabeur 13.00
Naomi Osaka 15.00
Maria Sakkari 21.00
Elena Rybakina 21.00
Barbora Krejcikova 21.00
Jessica Pegula 21.00


Credit: sportingnews.com

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