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Australian Open 2021

Every year Australian Open will be a lead event for all the grand slam tournaments, followed by French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open. Last year’s Wimbledon was aborted due to the COVID 19 Pandemic. Then, this Year is hosting its first grand slam title from February 8th to 21st, 2021, also it is beginning 3 weeks later due to the Pandemic. The 109th edition of the Australian Open holds the venue of Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia. As the dates are nearing, it is time to encounter the Australian Open 2021 schedule and TV Coverage. This blog also gives Australian Open dates, Results, and News.

When is the Australian Open?

The dates of the upcoming Australian Open Grand Slam tournament are February 8 to 21, 2021.

Australian Open 2021 Schedule

The Schedule of the forthcoming Australian Open is detailed below.

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Date

Day

Time

Matches

1

08-02-2021

Monday

11:00 AM

Men’s and Women’s 1st Round

2

08-02-2021

Monday

7:00 PM

Men’s and Women’s 1st Round

3

09-02-2021

Tuesday

11:00 AM

Men’s and Women’s 1st Round

4

09-02-2021

Tuesday

7:00 PM

Men’s and Women’s 1st Round

5

10-02-2021

Wednesday

11:00 AM

Men’s and Women’s 2nd Round

6

10-02-2021

Wednesday

7:00 PM

Men’s and Women’s 2nd Round

7

11-02-2021

Thursday

11:00 AM

Men’s and Women’s 2nd Round

8

11-02-2021

Thursday

7:00 PM

Men’s and Women’s 2nd Round

9

12-02-2021

Friday

11:00 AM

Men’s and Women’s 3rd Round

10

12-02-2021

Friday

7:00 PM

Men’s and Women’s 3rd Round

11

13-02-2021

Saturday

11:00 AM

Men’s and Women’s 3rd Round

12

13-02-2021

Saturday

7:00 PM

Men’s and Women’s 3rd Round

13

14-02-2021

Sunday

11:00 AM

Men’s and Women’s 4th Round

14

14-02-2021

Sunday

7:00 PM

Men’s and Women’s 4th Round

15

15-02-2021

Monday

11:00 AM

Men’s and Women’s 4th Round

16

15-02-2021

Monday

7:00 PM

Men’s and Women’s 4th Round

17

16-02-2021

Tuesday

11:00 AM

Men’s and Women’s Quarterfinals

18

16-02-2021

Tuesday

7:00 PM

Men’s and Women’s Quarterfinals

19

17-02-2021

Wednesday

11:00 AM

Men’s and Women’s Quarterfinals

20

17-02-2021

Wednesday

7:30 PM

Men’s and Women’s Quarterfinals

21

18-02-2021

Thursday

11:00 AM

Women’s Semifinals

22

18-02-2021

Thursday

7:30 PM

Men’s Semifinal

23

19-02-2021

Friday

3:00 PM

Mixed Doubles Semi

Women’s Doubles Final

Men’s Singles Semifinal

24

20-02-2021

Saturday

4:00 PM

Women’s Singles Final

Men’s Doubles Final

25

21-02-2021

Sunday

4:00 PM

Mixed Doubles Final

Men’s Singles Final

 Australian open 2021 Schedule

How to watch the Australian Open live stream? – TV Coverage

Here is the list of broadcasters of the Australian Open 2021. The Australian Open TV Coverage is given as the Channels that are telecasting the tournament worldwide. Once the Australian Open Schedule is released, people will be urged to know the live stream details and TV Coverage of the same.

Sl. No Countries TV Coverage
1 Australia Nine Network
2 United States ESPN, Tennis Channel
3 Canada TSN (English), RDS (French)
4 United Kingdom Eurosport
5 Latin America, Caribean ESPN International
6 India and its Boundaries Sony Six
7 China CCTV, iQIYI, Guangdong TV, Great Sports Channel, Fox Sports
8 Hong kong Fox Sports
9 Indonesia Fox Sports
10 Malaysia Fox Sports
11 Japan NHK, WOWOW
12 Philippines Fox Sports
13 South Korea Fox Sports
14 Africa beIN Sports, SuperSport, Eurosport
15 Vietnam Fox Sports
16 Azerbaijan Eurosport
17 Pakistan Sony Six
18 Austria Eurosport, ServusTV
19 Belgium Eurosport
20 Finland Eurosport
21 France Eurosport
22 Germany Eurosport
23 Iceland Eurosport
24 Ireland Eurosport
25 Italy Eurosport
26 Israel Eurosport
27 Norway Eurosport
28 Poland Eurosport
29 Portugal Eurosport
30 Spain Eurosport
31 Sweden Eurosport
32 Switzerland Eurosport
33 Turkey Eurosport
34 Chile ESPN International
35 Mexico ESPN International
36 Paraguay ESPN International
37 Peru ESPN International
38 Venezuela ESPN International
39 Iran beIN Sports
40 Iraq beIN Sports
41 Qatar beIN Sports

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Australian Open 2020 results

The Australian Open 2020 results are

Men singles – Novak Djokovic

Women Singles – Sofia Kenin

Men Doubles – Rajeev Ram / Joe Salisbury

Women Doubles – Timea Babos / Kristina Mladenovic

Mixed Doubles – Barbora Krejcikova / Nikola Mektic

Australian Open News and quick facts about Quarantine

There are some important Australian Open latest news and facts, they are listed below.

  • As COVID 19 is still haunting the world, rising Spanish tennis player Paula Badosa was tested positive for Corona Virus. so, she was Kept quarantined and takes little time to be ready for the Australian Open.
  • The Australian Open’s six-time Champion Roger Federer announced his withdrawal from the tournament. Last year, after losing to Novak Djokovic in the 2020 Australian Open finals, he has undergone 2 Knee Surgeries and not able to make it now.
  • Recently, the Corona Virus outbreak occurred again in Melbourne City. So, the Players visiting there will undergo 14 days of Quarantine with 5 hours of training and treatment  – as per the officials.
  • Last year Australian Open women Champion Sofia Kenin expressed that the rules were little harsh.
  • Also, Ukrainian Elina Svitolina engaged a mental coach to cope with the stress as she wished to maintain her mental health.
  • As Melbourne’s Quarantine accommodation is reached, top players from the world are moved to Adelaide for the 14 days Quarantine. Following, the list includes Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, and Naomi Osaka.
  • The relaxation of 5 hours of training was restricted and hard Quarantine followed for 72 players who traveled in 3 charter flights as some other passengers were tested positive for Corona Virus. The Players who traveled by other 14 Charter flights can spend 5 hours for preparation.
  • Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut criticized the quarantine methods by comparing the Jail with Wifi, on Social Media. Later, he apologized for his words.
  • The World Number one Novak Djokovic wrote to Australian Open Chief Craig Tiley about easing the rules. But Tiley assumed them as suggestions and not the demands. So, Djokovic recites that his good intentions were misconstrued as Selfish.

Men’s singles Seeded players

The Top 5 seeded players of Men’s Singles are,

  • Novak Djokovic
  • Rafael Nadal
  • Dominic Thiem
  • Daniil Medvedev
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas

Women’s Singles Seeded players

The Top 5 women’s seeded players are

  • Ashleigh Barty
  • Simona Halep
  • Naomi Osaka
  • Sofia Kenin
  • Elina Svitolina

Men’s Doubles Seeded teams

The upper 5 Men’s Doubles seeded teams are

  • Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah
  • Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic
  • Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos
  • Wesley Koolhof and Łukasz Kubot
  • Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury

Women’s Doubles Seeded teams

The major 5 seeded teams of Women’s Doubles are

  • Hsieh Su-Wei and Barbora Strycova
  • Timea Babos and Kristina Mladenovic
  • Elise Mertens and Aryna Sabalenka
  • Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova
  • Nicole Melichar and Demi Schuurs

 

 

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