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Australian Open 2024 Tennis Live Streams, Dates, Times and TV Channels

How to watch Australian Open 2024: live stream tennis online, matches, schedule, seeds. Australian Open 2024 is here, with the world's best tennis players at Melbourne Park for a two-week event.

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The Australian Open marks the start to the Grand Slam tennis calendar. This year, Novak Djokovic and Aryna Sabalenka return to Melbourne Park to defend their titles, while Carlos Alcaraz eyes another major in the men's.

2024 Australian Open live streams: TV schedule, dates

The 2024 Australian Open runs Jan. 14 through Jan. 28.

FREE — 9Now (Australia)

U.S. — ESPN via SlingTV and ESPN Plus

U.K. — Eurosport via Sky or Discovery Plus

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In the AO Men's Singles, defending champion Djokovic is the favorite. He added two majors to his gluttonous haul last year but has looked curiously fallible for the past couple of months and is nursing a wrist injury. He could face long-time foe Andy Murray in the third round should the Brit make it past 30th seed Tomas Martin Etcheverry. Former Wimbledon semi-finalist Jannik Sinner, the fourth seed, is in Djokovic's half of the draw.

With 22-time major winner Rafa Nadal unable to compete, Daniil Medvedev and Carlos Alcaraz, reigning US Open and Wimbledon champions respectively, will fancy their chances of winning a first crown Down Under. Drawn in the bottom half of the draw, they're potential semi-finalists.

In the Women's Singles, the field is dominated by recent Grand Slam winners. Defending champion Aryna Sabalenka is hunting down 2023 French Open winner Iga Swiatek at the top of the WTA rankings, with Coco Gauff full of confidence after winning her first major at the US Open. Marketa Vondrousova has the tricky game that unsuited plenty en route to the 2023 Wimbledon title.

Former US Open champion Emma Raducanu faces the similarly recuperating Shelby Rogers in the first round. Former champion Naomi Osaka fell to 16th Caroline Garcia in the tie of the first round.

All eyes are once again on Novak Djokovic as the defending champion aims to win the Australian Open for the 11th time and take his Grand Slam tally to 25. The Serbian enjoyed a remarkable 2023 as he won three of the four Slam titles, claimed a record-breaking seventh ATP Finals title and became the first player in singles to reach 400 weeks as world number one. Wow.

Djokovic will rightfully start as the overwhelming favorite but several contenders will be hoping to dethrone the 36-year-old. Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz defeated the Serb in last year’s Wimbledon final, while Jannik Sinner ended 2023 in style by beating Djokovic for the first time as he helped Italy win the Davis Cup. Two-time finalist Daniil Medvedev will also be a threat, as will the powerful Alexander Zverev. However, long-time rival Rafa Nadal will not be in Melbourne after picking up an injury earlier this month.

When it comes to the women’s singles, defending champion Aryna Sabalenka will expect a serious challenge from a number of rivals. Top seed Iga Swiatek has never reached a final in Melbourne Park but has four Slams to her name, while last year’s beaten finalist Elena Rybakina is getting back to her best and is now up to number three in the world rankings.

Aside from this trio, US Open champion Coco Gauff has started the year in excellent fashion with victory at the Auckland Classic, Wimbledon champion Marketa Vondrousova is coming off the back of her best-ever year, while American Jessica Pegula and Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur will both feel like now is the time to win their first Grand Slam titles.

Australian Open schedule 2024

Sunday, Jan. 14

Men’s and Women’s first-round matches

Monday, Jan. 15

Men’s and Women’s first-round matches

Tuesday, Jan. 16

Men’s and Women’s second-round matches

Wednesday, Jan. 17

Men’s and Women’s second-round matches

Thursday, Jan. 18

Men’s and Women’s second-round matches

Friday, Jan. 19

Men’s and Women’s third-round matches

Saturday, Jan. 20

Men’s and Women’s third-round matches

Sunday, Jan. 21

Men’s and Women’s fourth-round matches

Monday, Jan. 22

Men’s and Women’s fourth-round matches

Tuesday, Jan. 23

Men’s and Women’s quarter-finals

Wednesday, Jan. 24

Men’s and Women’s quarter-finals

Thursday, Jan. 25

Women’s semi-finals

Friday, Jan. 26

Men’s semi-finals

Saturday, Jan. 27

Women’s final

Sunday, Jan. 28

Men’s final

Men's Singles seeds

Novak Djokovic

Carlos Alcaraz

Daniil Medvedev

Jannik Sinner

Andrey Rublev

Alexander Zverev

Stefanos Tsitsipas

Holger Rune

Hubert Hurkacz

Alex de Minaur

Casper Ruud

Taylor Fritz

Grigor Dimitrov

Tommy Paul

Karen Khachanov

Ben Shelton

Frances Tiafoe

Nicolas Jarry

Cameron Norrie

Adrian Mannarino

Ugo Humbert

Francisco Cerundolo

Alejandro Davidovich Fokina

Jan-Lennard Struff

Lorenzo Musetti

Sebastian Baez

Felix Auger-Aliassime

Tallon Griekspoor

Sebastian Korda

Tomas Martin Etcheverry

Alexander Bublik

Jiri Lehecka

Women's Singles seeds

Iga Swiatek

Aryna Sabalenka

Elena Rybakina

Coco Gauff

Jessica Pegula

Ons Jabeur

Marketa Vondrousova

Maria Sakkari

Barbora Krejcikova

Beatriz Haddad Maia

Jelena Ostapenko

Qinwen Zheng

Liudmila Samsonova

Daria Kasatkina

Veronika Kudermetova

Caroline Garcia

Ekaterina Alexandrova

Victoria Azarenka

Elina Svitolina

Magda Linette

Donna Vekic

Sorana Cirstea

Anastasia Potapova

Anhelina Kalinina

Elise Mertens

Jasmine Paolini

Emma Navarro

Lesia Tsurenko

Lin Zhu

Xinyu Wang

Marie Bouzkova

Leylah Fernandez

Australian Open winners

Australian Open Men's Singles winners in the Open Era:

2023 Novak Djokovic

2022 Rafael Nadal

2021 Novak Djokovic

2020 Novak Djokovic

2019 Novak Djokovic

2018 Roger Federer

2017 Roger Federer

2016 Novak Djokovic

2015 Novak Djokovic

2014 Stan Wawrinka

2013 Novak Djokovic

2012 Novak Djokovic

2011 Novak Djokovic

2010 Roger Federer

2009 Rafael Nadal

2008 Novak Djokovic

2007 Roger Federer

2006 Roger Federer

2005 Marat Safin

2004 Roger Federer

2003 Andre Agassi

2002 Thomas Johansson

2001 Andre Agassi

2000 Andre Agassi

1999 Yevgeny Kafelnikov

1998 Petr Korda

1997 Pete Sampras

1996 Boris Becker

1995 Andre Agassi

1994 Pete Sampras

1993 Jim Courier

1992 Jim Courier

1991 Boris Becker

1990 Ivan Lendl

1989 Ivan Lendl

1988 Mats Wilander

1987 Stefan Edberg

1986 No Tournament

1985 Stefan Edberg

1984 Mats Wilander

1983 Mats Wilander

1982 Johan Kriek

1981 Johan Kriek

1980 Brian Teacher

1979 Guillermo Vilas

1978 Guillermo Vilas

1977 Vitas Gerulaitis

1977 Roscoe Tanner

1976 Mark Edmondson

1975 John Newcombe

1974 Jimmy Connors

1973 John Newcombe

1972 Ken Rosewall

1970 Arthur Ashe

1969 Rod Laver

Australian Open women's single winners in the Open Era:

2023 Aryna Sabalenka

2022 Ashleigh Barty

2021 Naomi Osaka

2020 Sofia Kenin

2019 Naomi Osaka

2018 Caroline Wozniacki

2017 Serena Williams

2016 Angelique Kerber

2015 Serena Williams

2014 Li Na

2013 Victoria Azarenka

2012 Victoria Azarenka

2011 Kim Clijsters

2010 Serena Williams

2009 Serena Williams

2008 Maria Sharapova

2007 Serena Williams

2006 Amélie Mauresmo

2005 Serena Williams

2004 Justine Henin

2003 Serena Williams

2002 Jennifer Capriati

2001 Jennifer Capriati

2000 Lindsay Davenport

1999 Martina Hingis

1998 Martina Hingis

1997 Martina Hingis

1996 Monica Seles

1995 Mary Pierce

1994 Steffi Graf

1993 Monica Seles

1992 Monica Seles

1991 Monica Seles

1990 Steffi Graf

1989 Steffi Graf

1988 Steffi Graf

1987 Hana Mandlíková

1986 No Tournament

1985 Martina Navratilova

1984 Chris Evert

1983 Martina Navratilova

1982 Chris Evert

1981 Martina Navratilova

1980 Hana Mandlíková

1979 Barbara Jordan

1977 Kerry Melville Reid

1977 Evonne Goolagong

1978 Chris O'Neil

1976 Evonne Goolagong

1975 Evonne Goolagong

1974 Evonne Goolagong

1973 Margaret Court

1972 Virginia Wade

1971 Margaret Court

1970 Margaret Court

1969 Margaret Court

The 2024 Australian Open tennis tournament is off and running with first-round action set for Monday evening and through the night with constant coverage on ESPN’s family of networks and on ESPN+. The schedule for Monday night’s live coverage, which is actually the day session in Melbourne, Australia, includes primetime matches on ESPN2 and every single match airing on ESPN+.

The 2024 Australian Open is also a good time to take ESPN+ for a test ride with so much tennis action across the whole event, which runs from now through championship matches on Jan. 27 and 28. Every match of the 2024 Australian Open will be available to watch live or as replays later.

The 2024 Grand Slam calendar has officially kicked off today with the Australian Open. Held annually at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia, tennis' first major sees the return of many fan favorites. As for the players, the incentive to win this year is higher than ever, with historically high prize money up for grabs.

No tennis tournament quite sets the pulse for tennis each year like the Australian Open. Defending men's singles champion Novak Djokovic aims to further his record-breaking dominance while Iga Światek looks to back up her WTA Finals title.

Despite hitting 36 years of age, Djokovic is once again the men's tournament favorite, with the veteran looking to extend his record of ten titles Down Under. His likely main competition in Melbourne this month comes from Spanish youngster Carlos Alcaraz, having beaten Djokovic in last year's Wimbledon final to prevent the Serbian from claiming a clean sweep of 2023's Grand Slam titles. Former No. 1 Daniil Medvedev and Italy's Davis Cup hero Jannik Sinner also look like strong contenders coming into the tournament, while two-time winner Rafa Nadal has been forced to pull out due to injury.

Last year's women's competition saw Aryna Sabalenka claim her first Grand Slam, and the Belarusian is among the favorites for this year's crown, with the 25-year-old likely to face stiff competition from 2023 French Open winner Iga Swiatek and US Open champ Coco Gauff.

Having started on a Sunday (14th January) for the first time in its 119-year history, there's even more Australian Open than ever to enjoy this year. And with three days of first round action out of the way, we're now into the second round of the men's and women's singles draws.

On the men's side it's all about who can break Novak Djokovic's grip on the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup. With ten Australian Open titles to his name so far, the champion and world No.1 will fancy his chances of notching up a scarcely believable 25th major championship at Melbourne Park.

But it turns out that Djokovic is human after all – he suffered his first defeat on Aussie soil in over five years when he went down to local favorite Alex de Minaur at the United Cup at the start of the month, and then dropped a set against 18-year-old Dino Prizmic in the first round here. Suffering a persisting wrist injury, he faces young Aussie Alexei Popyrin next and the likes of Daniil Medvedev, Jannik Sinner, Andrey Rublev, Wimbledon winner Carlos Alcaraz and last year's defeated finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas are all circling.

As ever in the women's bracket, there's a sense that anybody has a chance of going all the way. Aryna Sabalenka took top honors last year, but the rest of the 2023 Slams were shared out between Iga Swiatek, Marketa Vondrousova – who has already crashed out in the first round in Melbourne – and US prodigy Coco Gauff.

Throw in Elena Rybakina, Jessica Pegula, Ons Jabeur and returning major winners Caroline Wozniacki and Emma Raducanu and you've got an intriguing looking tournament in store. Although 12 seeds have already been knocked out in the first two days, along with two-time champ Naomi Osaka


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