Australian Open 2023: Check Full Schedule, Live Streaming Details & More
Tennis fans around the world cannot be more excited as the 2023 Australian Open is all set to begin in just over a week’s time from January 16 to 29.
Tennis fans cannot be more excited as the 2023 Australian Open is all set to begin in just over a week’s time. Spain’s Rafael Nadal will enter the tournament as the defending men’s singles champion, while on the women’s side, the title will not be defended as reigning champion Ashleigh Barty announced her shock retirement last year. Ahead of what promises to be an exciting tournament in Melbourne Park, here is a look at the full Australian Open schedule and live streaming details.
|Date||Mon, Jan 16, 2023 – Sun, Jan 29, 2023|
|Evant Time||11:00 am|
|Live Stream Free||Watch Here|
|Last Winner||Rafael Nadal|
Australian Open 2023: Date, UK start times, schedule, seeds, live stream and how to watch – Novak Djokovic returns to challenge Rafael Nadal but Emma Raducanu a doubt with ankle injury
The first Grand Slam of 2023 is fast approaching with the Australian Open set to get under way this month.
Djokovic will be bidding to win back his Australian Open crown from Rafael Nadal, who is aiming for a record-extending 23rd Grand Slam.
There will at least be one definite new champion, with Ashleigh Barty retiring from the sport just two months after her triumph last year.
But that might not be Emma Raducanu, who is facing a race against time to be fit after suffering a fresh injury that left her in tears in what was just her second outing of 2023.
Australian Open 2023: Draw and start time
The Grand Slam is being held at Melbourne Park and play will run from Monday, January 16 before finishing on Sunday, January 29.
The draw will take place four days before the tournament starts, on Thursday, January 12.
The Australian Open total prize pool in 2023 has been slightly increased from last year and now stands at $76.5million [£44m].
Main day sessions each day begin at midnight UK time, until the semi-finals (Melbourne is 11 hours ahead of GMT).
The night sessions will then get under way at 8am UK time.
Complete 2023 Australian Open schedule
|January 12||Draws to be revealed|
|January 16-17||Men’s & Women’s Round 1|
|January 18-19||Men’s & Women’s Round 2|
|January 20-21||Men’s & Women’s Round 3|
|January 22-23||Men’s & Women’s Round 4|
|January 24-25||Men’s & Women’s Quarter-finals|
|January 26||Women’s Semi-finals|
|January 27||Men’s Semi-finals|
|January 28||Women’s Finals|
|January 29||Men’s Finals|
How to watch Australian Open 2023 live in India?
Tennis fans wondering how to watch the 2023 Australian Open live in India can tune in to the Sony Sports Network, which has the official broadcasting rights in the country. The matches will be broadcast live on Sony Six SD/HD, among other channels. Those fans who are unable to watch the matches live can also track the live scores and updates on the official social media handles of the Australian Open, ATP, and WTA.
Australian Open live streaming details
As for the Australian Open live streaming, fans can tune in to the SonyLIV app or website.
Where to watch Australian Open 2023 live in UK?
Fans in the United Kingdom wanting to watch the Australian Open live can tune in to the Eurosport network.
How to watch Australian Open 2023 live in US?
US fans wanting to watch the 2023 Australian Open live can tune in to the ESPN network.
Top seeds to take part from men’s & women’s singles
|1||Carlos Alcaraz (Spain)||Iga Swiatek (Poland)|
|2||Rafael Nadal (Spain)||Ons Jabeur (Tunisia)|
|3||Casper Ruud (Norway)||Jessica Pegula (United States)|
|4||Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece)||Caroline Garcia (France)|
|5||Novak Djokovic (Serbia)||Sofia Kenin (United States)|