Australian Open 2019 Time Schedule Draw

Australian Open 2019: The first tennis grand slam of the year is almost here as Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki look to retain their Australian Open titles.

Australian Open 2019 has the date, time, and Prize Money. Melbourne will host Australian Open 2019 along with world’s top three players in less than two months. The date of Australian Open 2019 has been confirmed as well as the television coverage Channel Nine has won the right of broadcasting Australian Open 2019 for sure. It’s very interesting who will reign the Australian Open 2019 for sure.

The confirmed date of Australian Open 2019 is January 14 – 27, 2019. The two weeks of competition would be held in 4 rounds then continue to the quarterfinals, semifinals, and grand final. The first round would be held on January 14-15 for both men’s and women’s round. The second round would be held on January 16-17 for both men’s and women’s round. The third round would be held on January 18-19 for both men’s and women’s round. The fourth round is at January 20-21 for both men’s and women’s round.

The Quarterfinals for both men’s and women’s group are scheduled to play on January 22-23. The women semi-finals 1& 2 and men’s semifinal is scheduled at January 24. The Men’s Semifinal 2 is scheduled at January 25 along with the women’s doubles finals and mixed doubles semifinal. The women’s final is scheduled at January 26 along with women’s final and boy’s and girl’s singles finals. The Australian Open 2019 would end at January 27 with the final game of men and mixed doubles.

The tournament would be the breakthrough in the tennis world since some rules and system are applied into the games including Eletronic Reviews and 25-second Serve Clock. The single’s session would be the most interesting part of the Australian Open 2019 for sure.

What TV channel is the Australian Open on and can I live stream it?

The Australian Open will be live on British Eurosport in the UK. To live stream the Australian Open, sign up to the Eurosport Player for £9.99 per month.

You can also get a free 7-day trial of the Eurosport Player if you are an Amazon Prime subscriber. For US viewers, the Australian Open will be live on ESPN and in Australia the competition has made the switch to the Nine Network.

Nine’s new broadcast deal for the competition marks the first time in over 40 years that the Australian Open has not been shown on Seven in Australia.

When is the Australian Open 2019?

The Australian Open commences on Monday, January 14, with the final to be played on Sunday, January 27. As has been the case since 1988, it will be played at Melbourne Park.

Australian Open: How to watch – TV & live stream

Tennis fans in the UK can watch the Australian Open via the Eurosport TV channel and on the Eurosport Player live streaming service. Fans who don’t subscribe to Eurosport can still sign up for a special deal to watch all of the action for just 1p.

Teenage tennis sensation Alex de Minaur has accused Australian Open organisers of punishing local players who perform well in home tournaments after failing to have his opening-round clash at the grand slam pushed back.

De Minaur was forced to play two matches in one day at the Sydney International on Saturday, after rain washed away his semi-final against Gilles Simon on Friday night.

Victory over Simon meant the 19-year-old had just a five-hour gap between that match and his final against Andreas Seppi, before flying to Melbourne on Sunday and starting his campaign on Monday afternoon. De Minaur said it left him disadvantaged ahead of his clash with Portuguese outsider Pedro Sousa on Monday, and into the rest of the tournament.

“What is more annoying is me having to play Monday at the Australian Open and not getting helped out as a fellow Aussie at your home slam,” de Minaur said.

MELBOURNE, Australia — As the players took their turn addressing the media over the past few days at Melbourne Park, one common theme came to light: They’re ready. They’re pumped. They’re feeling good. Bring on the Aussie Open!

OK, perhaps the news of Andy Murray was a bit of a downer, but even he was out at Rod Laver Arena on Saturday cracking some groundstrokes and, more importantly, cracking a smile along the way. Still, while the odds of Murray advancing too far in this draw don’t appear to be favorable, there’s little reason to think the other top contenders will fall early.

So who will win? Who will surprise us? Our experts, Cliff Drysdale, Chrissie Evert, Brad Gilbert, Patrick McEnroe and Pam Shriver, handed in their picks.