As one of the four grand slams of tennis, the Australian Open is among the world’s biggest sporting events. The 2018 Australian Open at Melbourne Park is the 106th edition. The tournament will be managed by the International Tennis Federation and is part of WTA & ATP World Tour.
The first Grand Slam tennis tournament of 2018 will begin on Monday, 15th January with the first round matches. It will be played through fourteen days with the women’s final played on Jan. 27 and end on the 28th January when men’s final take place.
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However, Australian Open is broadcast globally on television and online. There are many paid and free streaming channels that are going to broadcast this amazing competition. In Australia, the Seven Network broadcast the Australian open. BBC iPlayer (UK), SRG (Switzerland), NOS (Holland), BeIN Sports (Middle East), Eurosport (Most of Europe), SonyLiv (India), TSN (Canada) and in the United States, the Grand Slam is broadcast on ESPN2, ESPN3 and the Tennis Channel.
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The 2018 Australian Open will be dramatic by whom ….
Men’s draw : Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Stan Wawrinka and Rafael Nadal.
Women’s draw : Simona Halep, Petra Kvitova, Venus Williams and Maria Sharapova.
Britain’s Andy Murray (hip injury) and Japan’s Kei Nishikori (wrist injury) have already pulled out from 2018’s opening Grand Slam. Another Two huge names, Serena has withdrawn from the Australian Open because she could not be ready in time and Victoria Azarenka has withdrawn because of the ongoing custody battle over her 11 month-old son.
Well, what happend in 2017 Australian Open? Roger Federer won his eighteenth men’s Grand Slam title winning the 2017 Australian Open by defeating Rafael Nadal in the final on Sunday. The final went to 5th set and Federer hold is nerve to win the match [6-4],[3-6],[6-1],[3-6],[6-3]. It was a rematch of the 2009 Australian Open final, which Nadal won in five sets. Serena Williams overcame her sister Venus in the women’s singles final and she won her record breaking 23rd Grand Slam title.
The 2018 Australian Open Schedule of Play
At 11:00 AM local Australian time day session’s matches will start in Rod Lever, Margaret Court and other courts. But night session’s matches will only take place in Rod Lever Arena and Margaret Arena at around 7:00 PM local time. There is a general schedule of 2018 Australian Open with date and day, session and time.
|Date and day||Round||Day Session||Night Session|
|Mon 15-Jan||First Round||11:00 AM||7:00PM|
|Tue 16-Jan||First Round||11:00 AM||7:00PM|
|Wed 17-Jan||Second Round||11:00 AM||7:00PM|
|Thu 18-Jan||Second Round||11:00 AM||7:00PM|
|Fri 19-Jan||Third Round||11:00 AM||7:00PM|
|Sat 20-Jan||Third Round||11:00 AM||7:00PM|
|Sun 21-Jan||Fourth Round||11:00 AM||7:00PM|
|Mon 22-Jan||Fourth Round||11:00 AM||7:00PM|
|Tue 23-Jan||Quarter Finals||11:00 AM||7:00PM|
|Wed 24-Jan||Quarter Finals||11:00 AM||7:00PM|
|Thu 25-Jan||Women Semifinals||Not before 1.30pm|
|Fri 26-Jan||Men's Semifinals||Not before 7:30PM|
|Sat 27-Jan||Women Final||7:30PM|
|Sun 28-Jan||Men's Final||7:30PM|