How to watch the Australian Open 2024: Time, broadcast, and other details

How to watch the Australian Open 2024: Time, broadcast, and other details

On January 13, 2024, the Australian Open 2024 will begin in Melbourne, Australia.

Rafael Nadal’s record was tied last year when Novak Djokovic won the men’s singles championship, his 22nd major victory overall. The women’s singles championship was won by Aryna Sabalenka, who earned her first Grand Slam win. All the details you require regarding the Australian Open of 2024 is provided here.

How can fans watch the Australian Open?

On Saturday, January 13, the coverage kicks off at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN+ and midnight ET on ESPN2. Every match from all 15 courts will have live broadcast on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN+. Additionally, every match will be streamed live on ESPN+. Melbourne is 16 hours ahead of the United States, thus day matches will air at primetime ET on ESPN linear networks, and night matches will air at three a.m. ET. Over 240 hours of live coverage will be aired by ESPN across all of its linear networks, a 35% increase from 2023. The Women’s and Men’s Championships on January 27 and 28, respectively, at 3:30 a.m. ET on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN+, will be the highlight of ESPN’s coverage.

Who will play at the Australian Open?

Rafael Nadal has missed the 2024 Australian Open due to a torn hip muscle, but the men’s spots still include:

  • No. 1 Novak Djokovic: Seeking his 25th major singles title, which would put him on par with Margaret Court. Most among all players
  • 2nd Carlos Alcaraz (ESP): Two-time major champion, including Wimbledon in 2023   
  • Frances Tiafoe (USA): 2022 US Open semifinalist
  • Ben Shelton (USA) ): Entered the major calendar by reaching the semifinals at the US Open before losing to 2023 champion Novak Djokovic

On the women’s side, the field includes:

  • No. 1 Iga Swiatek (POL): Four-time main champion, which includes the 2023 French Open
  • No. two Aryna Sabalenka: Won her first profession essential title at 2023 Australian Open and reached WTA No. 1 for first time seeing that 2023 season
  • Coco Gauff (USA): Won her first foremost singles title at the 2023 US Open, turning into the fourth American teenage female to win a predominant title in Open Era
  • No. 5 Jessica Pegula (USA): Six-time main quarterfinalist, which include every of the final three Australian OpensNaomi Osaka: Four-time main champion (2019 and 2021 Australian Opens, 2018 and 2021 US Opens), returning to the tour for the first time since 2022 and after the delivery of her first child

Where can followers discover more ESPN tennis coverage?

Be certain to take a look at out ESPN’s tennis page, which features breaking news, analysis, features, rankings, Grand Slam title winners and more!

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