Australian Open 2019

Australian Open 2019Australian Open 2019

Melbourne in January means only one thing - the Australian Open. With the world's top tennis players fighting it out for the first Grand Slam title of the year, there's no better place to be.

The stars of tennis make Melbourne Park their own as the on-court action and off-court entertainment of Grand Slam tennis take over the city.

Join the biggest names in the game this summer for two weeks of all-star action. Who will reign supreme in 2019?

Join us courtside to witness the passion, the drive, the courage and determination as the world's top tennis players fight for the ultimate prize.

Venues: Rod Laver Arena | Melbourne Arena

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Get in on the action and enjoy watching the world's finest tennis players battling it out beneath the blazing blue skies of the Australian summer.

Television Coverage | Nine

Nine Entertainment will broadcast the Australian Open.

Channel Nine has announced a stellar line-up of commentary talent for the 2019 Australian Open that will include former world No.1 and seven-time Grand Slam champion John McEnroe.

The American will join Jim Courier and Todd Woodbridge on the team when Nine broadcasts the Australian Open for the first time in January.

In March, Nine Network agreed the biggest deal in the history of Tennis Australia for domestic rights until 2024.

McEnroe is a three-time Wimbledon and four-time US Open champion, who has gone on to become one of the leading tennis broadcasters across the world.

He will spearhead an expert commentary line-up alongside Melbourne Park favourites Courier, a former No.1 and two-time Australian Open champion, and Woodbridge, a 22-time Grand Slam doubles champion.

Joining them in the commentary booth will be Australian stars Jelena Dokic, a former world No.4, Fed Cup captain Alicia Molik, four-time Australian Open quad wheelchair singles champion Dylan Alcott, and former Davis Cup player Sam Groth.

Alcott will spend the second week of the tournament trying to win his fifth consecutive title in Melbourne.

Nine will also cover the Hopman Cup, Brisbane International, Sydney International and Hobart International, plus Australia’s Davis and Fed Cup ties.

Australian Open 2019

When & Where

Date/s: Monday 14th January 2019  -  Sunday 27th January 2019

Venue || Location

 Rod Laver Arena  show

⊜ Olympic Boulevard Melbourne 3001 | Map
Rod Laver ArenaOlympic Boulevard, Melbourne, , 3001
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Channel 7

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