• Men’s top seeds: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Dominic Thiem, Daniil Medvedev
  • Women’s top seeds: Ashleigh Barty, Simona Halep, Naomi Osaka, Sofia Kenin
  • Defending champions: Novak Djokovic, Sofia Kenin
  • Main draw British Interest: Johanna Konta, Dan Evans, Cameron Norrie, Heather Watson, Katie Boulter, Francesca Jones
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – Everything you need to know about the Australian Open 2021, from seeds, prediction polls, plus the daily order of play, full results and more.

 

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When does Australian Open 2021 take place?

The Australian Open takes place this year between 8-21 February in Melbourne, Australia. The Women’s final will be on Saturday 20 February and the Men’s Final on Sunday 21 February.

 

What is the provisional schedule of the Australian Open 2021

8 February Men’s R1

Women’s R1

9 February Men’s R1

Women’s R1

10 February Men’s R2

Women’s R2

11 February Men’s R2

Women’s R2

12 February Men’s R3

Women’s R3

13 February Men’s R3

Women’s R3

14 February Men’s R4

Women’s R4

15 February Men’s R4

Women’s R4

16 February Men’s Quarter-finals

Women’s Quarter-finals

17 February Men’s Quarter-finals

Women’s Quarter-finals

18 February Women’s Semi-finals

Men’s Semi-final

19 February Women’s Doubles Final

Men’s Semi-finals

20 February Women’s Final

Mixed Double’s Final

21 February Men’s Doubles Final

Men’s Singles Final

 

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Australian Open Daily Schedule, Draws & Results

AUSTRALIAN OPEN

Order of Play 15 Feb

MEN WOMEN
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Qualifying Qualifying
Mixed Doubles
Juniors
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Wheelchair Tennis
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Quad Singles Quad Doubles
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How to Watch Australian Open 2021

In the UK, Eurosport have the rights to broadcast all the action from the Australian Open. You will need a satellite subscription to Eurosport to watch it on TV, and all courts will be available on Eurosport Player (which also requires a subscription).

You can add Eurosport to your Amazon Prime Video package – if you do not already have Amazon Prime.

TV Eurosport & highlights on BBC
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Who are the Australian Open defending champions?

Novak Djokovic now holds a record eight Australian Open titles but could not quite repeat the success of Team Serbia in the ATP Cup as a precursor to the main event, but is most definitely the favourite to add to his tally of Slams.

Sofia Kenin will mount her first defence of a major title, but the pressure might have already been telling on her, as she was quite emotional as she lost in the quarter-final of the Yarra Valley Classic in the lead-in to this year’s Australian Open.

 

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Polls

Who will be the Australian Open 2020 Men’s Singles Champion?

 

Who will be the Australian Open 2020 Women’s Singles Champion?

 


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