Australian Open 2021 Schedule, Broadcast Channels & Live Stream

Australian Open 2021 Schedule Live Stream



Australian Open 2021 Schedule, Broadcast Channels & Live Stream

2021 Australian Open Tennis Calendar

 

The 2021 Australian Open Tennis all fanatics are waiting for this major competition in which approximately 200 players competing against each other in the tournament.


The Australian Open 2021 will be the 109th edition of the tournament since its inception, this tournament includes a variety of top talented tennis players. The world's best players will take part in this first major Grand Slam tournament of the year. If you are one of the enthusiastic tennis lovers, then there is no doubt that you will want to watch Australian Open Tennis live streaming on TV or Online this season 2021. Here you will get complete Australian Open 2021 Tennis live streaming information.


How to watch Australian Open Tennis 2021 Live Stream?


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The Australian Open also called as the Happy Grand Slam, the opening ceremony and complete tournament will take place at Melbourne Park in Melbourne. In 1905 the first event was played and has seen the course shift from the grass courts to hard court surfaces.


In 1988 the first Australian Open was played on the hardcourt and with the green-shaded Rebound Ace until 2007. Then the court was changed to a blue Plex cushion.


The Australian Open Tennis will be held on three different courts called as the Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena, and the Margaret Court Arena. All three courts have a retractable rooftop, which permits the Australian Open to be played indoors under heavy rain and unusually warm conditions.


The Australian Open is formerly known as the Australian Championship, it was renamed in 1969 and is managed and operated by the Australian Tennis Association or the Australian Lawn Tennis Association.


Although it has promoted live coverage of the Australian Open in seven different regions, it seems strange that there are two in New Zealand. These are Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth, Christchurch, and Hastings. In 1988 the first competition was played in Melbourne Park.


Currently, New South Wales has stated that they hope to arrange the Australian Open after the Melbourne hosting license expires in 2016. However, Melbourne conducted a shocking analysis of this.


In the end, the redo of Melbourne Park implies that the Australian Open will continue in the city at any rate until 2036.

The Australian Open total purse was A$50 million. The singles winner received $3.7 million, and the doubles champion received $3.7 million, whereas the mixed champion took $165,000 for the group in the competition.


Novak Djokovic has won seven times the Australian Open title in the Open Arena. Serena Williams also has won seven times titles made her the most women's singles champion in the game.


The two brothers Bryan has won three times doubles competition. Martina Navratilova has won eight times Australian Open Women’s doubles.


When will the Australian Open Start?


The Australian Open 2021 was delayed for three weeks it will commence from 8 February 2021 and will conclude on 21st February 2021 with the men’s singles final.


Where will the Australian Open Tennis take place?


The Australian Open Tennis will take place at three different venues in Melbourne Park. 


Australian Open Schedule 2021   

Date Session Rounds Time
Mon, February 8 1 Men's and Women's 1st Round 11:00 am
Mon, February 8 2 Men's and Women's 1st Round 7:00 pm    
Tue, February 9 3 Men's and Women's 1st Round 11:00 am
Tue, February 9 4 Men's and Women's 1st Round 7:00 pm 
Wed, February 10 5 Men's and Women's 2nd Round 11:00 am
Wed, February 10 6 Men's and Women's 2nd Round 7:00 pm
Thu, February 11 7 Men's and Women's 2nd Round 11:00 am
Thu, February 11 8 Men's and Women's 2nd Round 7:00 pm
Fri, February 12 9 Men's and Women's 3rd Round 11:00 am
Fri, February 12 10 Men's and Women's 3rd Round 7:00 pm
Sat, February 13 11 Men's and Women's 3rd Round 11:00 am
Sat, February 13 12 Men's and Women's 3rd Round 7:00 pm
Sun, February 14 13 Men's and Women's 4th Round 11:00 am
Sun, February 14 14 Men's and Women's 4th Round 7:00 pm
Mon, February 15 15 Men's and Women's 4th Round 11:00 am
Mon, February 15 16 Men's and Women's 4th Round 7:00 pm
Tue, February 16 17 Men's and Women's Quarterfinals 11:00 am
Tue, February 16 18 Men's and Women's Quarterfinals 7:00 pm
Wed, February 17 19 Men's and Women's Quarterfinals 11:00 am
Wed, February 17 20 Men's and Women's Quarterfinals 7:00 pm
Thu, February 18 21 Women's Semifinals 11:00 am
Thu, February 18 22 Men's Semifinal 7:00 pm
Fri, February 19 23 Mixed Doubles Semi / Women's Doubles Final / Men's Singles Semifinal 3:00 pm
Sat, February 20 24 Women's Singles Final / Men's Doubles Final 4:00 pm
Sun, February 21 25 Mixed Doubles Final / Men's Singles Final 4:00 pm

 

What is the Australian Open Tennis 2021 Prize Money?


The Australian Open Tennis 2021 total prize money is A$ 71,000,000. See the complete breakdown of who will receive and how much revenue in the Australian Open 2021.

 

2021 Australian Open Singles

Rank Prize Money in USD Prize Money in AUD Prize Money in GBP
Winner $2,757,624 $4,120,000 $2,092,098
Runner-up $1,382,158 $2,065,000 $1,048,588
Semi-Final $696,099 $1,040,000 $528,102
Quarter-Final $351,396 $525,000 $266,590
Round 4 $200,798 $300,000 $152,337
Round 3 $120,479 $180,000 $91,402
Round 2 $85,674 $128,000 $64,997
Round 1 $60,239 $90,000 $45,701
Q3 $33,466 $50,000 $25,390
Q2 $21,753 $32,500 $16,503
Q1 $13,387 $20,000 $10,156

 

Australian Open 2021 Doubles

Rank Prize Money in USD Prize Money in AUD Prize Money in GBP
Winner $508,688 $760,000 $385,921
Runner-up $254,344 $380,000 $192,960
Semi-Final $133,865 $200,000 $101,558
Quarter-Final $73,626 $110,000 $55,857
Round 3 $41,498 $62,000 $31,483
Round 2 $25,434 $38,000 $19,296
Round 1 $16,733 $25,000 $12,695

 

Australian Open Mixed Doubles 2021

Rank Prize Money in USD Prize Money in AUD Prize Money in GBP
Winner $127,172 $190,000 $96,480
Runner-up $66,933 $100,000 $50,779
Semi-Final $33,466 $50,000 $25,390
Quarter-Final $16,064 $24,000 $12,187
Round 2 $8,032 $12,000 $6,093
Round 1 $4,183 $6,250 $3,174

 

Which TV channels broadcast the 2021 Australian Open Live Stream?


The Australian Open 2021 live stream on many channels including, ESPN +, Eurosports 1 and 2, Bt Sports, Fox Sports, Super Tennis, Tennis channel, ESPN 2, ESPN3, and many others. All channels, you can see to our website AustralianOpenOnline.net. Subscribe and enjoy 2021 Australian Open live streaming with full HD on your favorite smart devices across the world.
 

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