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Australian Open 2023: When To Watch Your Favourite Players

The dates you need to be adding to your diary.

Summer’s here, we’re back to work, and that can only mean one thing: the Australian Open is once again on its way to grace our TV screens. Notably the first tennis Grand Slam of the year, the Australian Open 2023 will take place at Melbourne Park through the second half of January, and offer all the big names from Novak Djokovic to Rafael Nadal.

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.

So when’s it all going down? Check out the full schedule below:

SessionDateTimeFeatured Matches
1Mon, 16 January 202311:00 AMMen’s / Women’s 1st Round
2Mon, 16 January 20237:00 PMMen’s / Women’s 1st Round
3Tue, 17 January 202311:00 AMMen’s / Women’s 1st Round
4Tue, 17 January 20237:00 PMMen’s / Women’s 1st Round
5Wed, 18 January 202311:00 AMMen’s / Women’s 2nd Round
6Wed, 18 January 20237:00 PMMen’s / Women’s 2nd Round
7Thu, 19 January 202311:00 AMMen’s / Women’s 2nd Round
8Thu, 19 January 20237:00 PMMen’s / Women’s 2nd Round
9Fri, 20 January 202311:00 AMMen’s / Women’s 3rd Round
10Fri, 20 January 20237:00 PMMen’s / Women’s 3rd Round
11Sat, 21 January 202311:00 AMMen’s / Women’s 3rd Round
12Sat, 21 January 20237:00 PMMen’s / Women’s 3rd Round
13Sun, 22 January 202311:00 AMMen’s / Women’s 4th Round
14Sun, 22 January 20237:00 PMMen’s / Women’s 4th Round
15Mon, 23 January 202311:00 AMMen’s / Women’s 4th Round
16Mon, 23 January 20237:00 PMMen’s / Women’s 4th Round
17Tue, 24 January 202311:00 AMMen’s / Women’s Quarterfinals
18Tue, 24 January 20237:00 PMMen’s / Women’s Quarterfinals
19Wed, 25 January 202311:00 AMMen’s / Women’s Quarterfinals
20Wed, 25 January 20237:00 PMMen’s / Women’s Quarterfinals
21Thu, 26 January 20234:00 PMWomen’s Semifinals x2
22Fri, 27 January 202311:00 AMMen’s Semifinal 1
23Fri, 27 January 20234:00 PMMen’s Semifinal 2
24Sat, 28 January 20234:00 PMWomen’s Singles Final
25Sun, 29 January 20234:00 PMMen’s Singles Final
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.

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) at 3pm.

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) at 3pm.

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.
Men’s singles
Novak Djokovic: 1.90
Daniil Medvedev: 6.50
Rafael Nadal: 12.00
Nick Kyrgios: 12.00
Stefanos Tsitsipas: 15.00
Jannik Sinner: 18.00
Felix Auger-Aliassime: 21.00
Holger Rune: 21.00
Casper Ruud: 21.00
Women’s singles
Iga Swiatek: 3.00
Aryna Sabalenka: 8.00
Caroline Garcia: 13.00
Cori Gauff: 13.00
Jessica Pegula: 13.00
Ons Jabeur: 15.00
Maria Sakkari: 21.00
Elena Rybakina: 21.00
Barbora Krejcikova: 21.00

By Nikolina Ilic

Nikolina is the former Digital Editor at Men's Health Australia, responsible for all things social media and .com. A lover of boxing, she has written for Women's Health, esquire, GQ and Vogue magazine.

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