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Comes the Open de Australia 2022, the first tennis Grand Slam of the season to be held in Melbourne from January 17 to 30 with the first top flight title of the year in the world of tennis at stake. Eurosport It is the payment platform that will broadcast all the Australian Open matches in Spain. In addition, in OKDIARIO, you will find all the news of the tournament and the follow-up of the matches, with special attention to the progress of Rafa Nadal, Carlos Alcaraz, Garbiñe Muguruza, Paula Badosa and the rest of the Spanish who will fight in the Australian Open. We tell you where to watch the Australian Open 2022 live online and on TV.

The first Grand Slam of the season is here, the Australian Open 2022, held in Melbourne from January 17 to 30. For two weeks the tennis players will fight to win the first top-flight title of the year. The draw for the final draw will be held on Thursday, January 13, at which time the tennis players will know their path in Melbourne. A tournament that has the main rackets of the male and female circuit such as Rafa Nadal, Alexander Zverev, Daniil Medvedev, Garbiñe Muguruza, Asleigh Barty and Naomi Osaka, but also with notable casualties such as that of Roger Federer, Serena Williams o Dominic Thiem.

Regarding the schedules of the Open de Australia 2022, the tournament has a day and a night session. The time difference between Melbourne and Spain will complicate the monitoring of the tournament by the Spanish public: the day session will start around one in the morning and the night session from nine in the morning. As usual, the order of play of the matches will be known on the previous day.

The matches of the Australian Open 2022 can be followed on television through the channel Eurosport 1 Y Eurosport 2, which can be found in Movistar + o en DAZN. In addition, in OKDIARYYou will find the chronicles of the matches, the results of the day and all the news of the tournament.

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