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Tennis | Australian Open 2023 | Latest Schedule and Draws

By Britwatch Team

  • Men’s top seeds: Rafael Nadal, Casper Ruud, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Novak Djokovic
  • Women’s top seeds: Iga Swiatek, Ons Jabeur, Jessica Pegula, Caroline Garcia
  • 2022 champions: Rafael Nadal (defending), Ashleigh Barty (retired)
  • Main draw British Interest: Cameron Norrie, Emma Raducanu, Dan Evans, Jack Draper, Andy Murray, Harriet Dart, Kyle Edmund
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – Everything you need to know about the Australian Open 2023, from seeds, prediction polls, plus the daily order of play, full results and more.


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When does Australian Open 2023 take place?

The Australian Open takes place this year between 16-29 January in Melbourne, Australia. The Women’s final will be on Saturday 28 January and the Men’s Final on Sunday 29 January.


What is the provisional schedule of the Australian Open 2022

16 January Men’s R1

Women’s R1

17 January Men’s R1

Women’s R1

18 January Men’s R2

Women’s R2

19 January Men’s R2

Women’s R2

20 January Men’s R3

Women’s R3

21 January Men’s R3

Women’s R3

22 January Men’s R4

Women’s R4

23 January Men’s R4

Women’s R4

24 January Men’s Quarter-finals

Women’s Quarter-finals

25 January Men’s Quarter-finals

Women’s Quarter-finals

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

Women’s Doubles Final

28 January Women’s Singles Final

Men’s Doubles Final

29 January Men’s Singles Final

Mixed Doubles Final



Australian Open Daily Schedule, Draws & Results


Order of Play

Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Qualifying Qualifying
Mixed Doubles
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Wheelchair Tennis
Singles Singles
Doubles Doubles
Quad Singles Quad Doubles
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How to Watch Australian Open 2023

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.


How to Watch/Follow the Australian Open

TV Discovery+, Eurosport

BBC Radio 5 Live Extra

Live Stream Discovery+ Add-on via Amazon Prime

Sign up for 30 day free trial of Prime Video and a 7-day free trial of Discovery+ Player



Who are the Australian Open defending champions?

Rafael Nadal has already spent the early part of the season at a short-lived appearance at the United Cup fending ff questions about his retirement, and he returns to the tour as a new father. This won’t mean his proprieties have changed as he seeks to defend his title.

Meanwhile Ashleigh Barty thought she had achieved everything she set out to do by winning Wimbledon, but arguable the icing on the cake was winning her home slam. Retiring a short time afterwards the top seed spot has been taken ably by Poland’s Iga Swiatek.


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