Rod Laver Arena during the Australian Open
Rod Laver Arena during the Australian Open | (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Australian Open 2022 Latest Schedule and Draws

By Britwatch Team

  • Men’s top seeds: Novak Djokovic, Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas
  • Women’s top seeds: Ashleigh Barty, Aryna Sabalenka, Garbine Muguruza, Barbora Krejcikova
  • Defending champions: Novak Djokovic, Naomi Osaka
  • Main draw British Interest: Cameron Norrie, Emma Raducanu, Dan Evans, Heather Watson, Liam Broady, Harriet Dart, Andy Murray
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – Everything you need to know about the Australian Open 2022, from seeds, prediction polls, plus the daily order of play, full results and more.


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When does Australian Open 2022 take place?

The Australian Open takes place this year between 17-30 January in Melbourne, Australia. The Women’s final will be on Saturday 29 January and the Men’s Final on Sunday 30 January.


What is the provisional schedule of the Australian Open 2022?

17 January Men’s R1

Women’s R1

18 January Men’s R1

Women’s R1

19 January Men’s R2

Women’s R2

20 January Men’s R2

Women’s R2

21 January Men’s R3

Women’s R3

22 January Men’s R3

Women’s R3

23 January Men’s R4

Women’s R4

24 January Men’s R4

Women’s R4

25 January Men’s Quarter-finals

Women’s Quarter-finals

26 January Men’s Quarter-finals

Women’s Quarter-finals

27 January Women’s Semi-finals
28 January Men’s Semi-finals

Women’s Doubles Final

29 January Women’s Singles Final

Men’s Doubles Final

30 January Men’s Singles Final

Mixed Doubles Final


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Australian Open Daily Schedule, Draws & Results


Order of Play

Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Qualifying Qualifying
Mixed Doubles
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Wheelchair Tennis
Men’s Singles Women’s Singles
Men’s Doubles Women’s Doubles
Quad Singles Quad Doubles
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How to Watch Australian Open 2022

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

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

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Who are the Australian Open defending champions?

Novak Djokovic now holds a record nine Australian Open titles but his participation is in the balance as he awaits to see the results of a second order to deport him from the country, following his attempts to enter with medical exemption that was refused by the Australian Border Force.

He won his initial appeal, but the Immigration Minister Alex Hawke has revoked his visa for a second time, and his request for a judicial review was unanimously rejected and he has been deported!

On the women’s side, Naomi Osaka has spent the last year opting in and out of the tour to protect her mental health and played three matches to reach the Melbourne Summer Set 1 semi-final before pulling out to protect an injury strain.

While we can be sure of seeing Osaka walking out for the defence of her title, we cannot be sure if Djokovic will be allowed to take to the court.


Who will win the 2022 Australian Open Men’s singles title?

Who will win the 2022 Australian Open Women’s singles title?



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