The first of the four Grand Slams of the 2020 tennis season is in the books, with a new face and a tennis legend taking center stage at the Australian Open in Melbourne.
The Australian Open will air each day on ESPN2 and ESPN+ with matches starting as early as 3 a.m. ET. The semifinals and finals will air on ESPN. ESPN+ is available for $4.99 per month, The Australian Open is broadcast on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN+. The tournament is live-streamed on WatchESPN. The ESPN+ broadcasts are single matches and occur throughout the first 10 days of the The Australian Open is broadcast exclusively across ESPN channels, with ESPN2 carrying the bulk of the tournament and ESPN covering of the semifinals and the finals in both the men's and women's The first of the four Grand Slams of the 2020 tennis season is in the books, with a new face and a tennis legend taking center stage at the Australian Open in Melbourne. Coco Gauff's promising start to 2020 continued after she beat Sorana Cirstea at the Australian Open to set up a third-round clash with defending champion Naomi Osaka ESPN 2 at 2 p.m. and 9 p.m.
The Australian Open takes place in Melbourne, a southern coastal city in the state of Victoria, at the Melbourne Park athletic facility and Rod Laver Stadium, which features a retractable roof.
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Chris McKendry - As of April 1, 2016, she serves as full-time on-site host for ESPN tennis coverage of the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and US Open. McKendry co-anchored her final SportsCenter broadcast on March 31, 2016 and transitioned to cover tennis full-time for ESPN with the Australian Open in January, and U.S. Open in late summer. Jan 13, 2019 · The opening Grand Slam of the year gets underway on Monday with the start of the 2019 Australian Open at GMT on Eurosport, 10 p.m. ET Wednesday and 3:30 a.m on ESPN2/ESPN. Friday The schedule for the 2013 Australian Open tennis tournament on ESPN2. Coverage begins January 13 with over eight hours of coverage starting at 6:30 PM ET. The 2013 Aussie Open women’s final is scheduled for 3 AM ET on Saturday, January 26, and the men’s final is set for 3 AM on Sunday, January 27.