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The Australian Open is a professional tennis tournament that is part of the ATP and WTA Tour. It is held annually in Melbourne, Australia, and it is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments, along with the French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open.

The Australian Open is held at the Melbourne Park complex, which includes multiple courts, including the main court, Rod Laver Arena. And You can find all Australian Open live streams from these courts on Jokerlivestream. It is a hard court tournament, meaning it is played on a hard, flat surface made of acrylic or similar material.

The Australian Open features singles and doubles events for men, as well as singles, doubles, and mixed doubles events for women. It is a major international event that attracts top players from around the world

The Australian Open is one of the most prestigious events in tennis, and it is a major part of the Australian sporting calendar. It is held in late January, and it is followed by the other Grand Slam tournaments throughout the year.

 

Australian Open format and structure

The format and structure of the Australian Open are similar to those of other professional tennis tournaments. The tournament begins with a qualifying round, in which players who are not automatically seeded into the main draw compete for a limited number of spots.

The main draw of the Australian Open consists of 128 players in the singles events and 64 teams in the doubles events. The players and teams are seeded based on their ranking, with the top players being placed in the top seeds.

The Australian Open uses a single-elimination format, meaning that once a player or team loses a match, they are out of the tournament. The tournament progresses through a series of rounds, with the winners advancing to the next round and the losers being eliminated.

The Australian Open culminates with the final, which is a best-of-five-sets match for the men's singles and a best-of-three-sets match for the women's singles. The doubles events also use a best-of-three-sets format.

The winners of the Australian Open receive a trophy and prize money, as well as ranking points that help determine their position in the ATP Tour rankings.

 

Some of the main ATP Australian Open favorites:

Carlos Alcaraz, Rafael Nadal, Casper Ruud, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Novak Djokovic, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Daniil Medvedev, Andrey Rublev, Alexander Zverev

 

Some of the main WTA Australian Open favorites:

Iga Swiatek, Ons Jabeur, Jessica Pegula, Caroline Garcia, Aryna Sabalenka, Maria Sakkari, Coco Gauff, Daria Kasatkina, Veronika Kudermetova, Simona Halep

 

A few interesting facts about the Australian Open:

- The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam tournament of the year and is held in late January. It is followed by the other Grand Slam tournaments throughout the year.

- The Australian Open was first held in 1905 and was known as the Australasian Championships. It was held in various locations around Australia and New Zealand before it settled in Melbourne in 1972.

- The Australian Open is played on a hardcourt surface, which is made of acrylic or similar material. It is one of two Grand Slam tournaments played on a hardcourt surface, along with the US Open.

- The Australian Open has total prize money of over AUD 50 million, making it one of the most lucrative events in tennis.

- The Australian Open has a long and storied history, and it has been won by many of the greatest players in the history of the sport, including Roger Federer, Rod Laver, Ken Rosewall, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova, and Serena Williams.

- The Australian Open is a major event in the Australian sporting calendar and is widely watched and followed by tennis fans around the world.

 

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Australian Open 2023 schedule

Monday, 16 January 2023                    11 am                 Men's / Women's 1st round

Monday, 16 January 2023                    7 pm                  Men's / Women's 1st round

Monday, 17 January 2023                    11 am                 Men's / Women's 1st round

Monday, 17 January 2023                    7 pm                  Men's / Women's 1st round

Monday, 18 January 2023                    11 am                 Men's / Women's 2nd round

Monday, 18 January 2023                    7 pm                  Men's / Women's 2nd round

Monday, 19 January 2023                    11 am                 Men's / Women's 2nd round

Monday, 19 January 2023                    7 pm                  Men's / Women's 2nd round

Monday, 20 January 2023                    11 am                 Men's / Women's 3rd round

Monday, 20 January 2023                    7 pm                  Men's / Women's 3rd round

Monday, 21 January 2023                    11 am                 Men's / Women's 3rd round

Monday, 21 January 2023                    7 pm                  Men's / Women's 3rd round

Monday, 22 January 2023                    11 am                 Men's / Women's 4th round

Monday, 22 January 2023                    7 pm                  Men's / Women's 4th round

Monday, 23 January 2023                    11 am                 Men's / Women's 4th round

Monday, 23 January 2023                    7 pm                  Men's / Women's 4th round

Monday, 24 January 2023                    11 am                 Men's / Women's Quarterfinals round

Monday, 24 January 2023                    7 pm                  Men's / Women's Quarterfinals round

Monday, 25 January 2023                    11 am                 Men's / Women's Quarterfinals round

Monday, 25 January 2023                    7 pm                  Men's / Women's Quarterfinals round

Monday, 26 January 2023                    4 pm                  Women's Semifinals

Monday, 27 January 2023                    11 am                 Men's Semifinal 1

Monday, 27 January 2023                    4 pm                  Men's Semifinal 2

Monday, 28 January 2023                    4 pm                  Women's Singles Final

Monday, 29 January 2023                    4 pm                  Men's Singles Final