The first major tennis championship of 2024 gets underway in Melbourne with the 112th edition of the Australian Open.
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Where to watch Australian Open on TV:
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The great Rafael Nadal will not be making his Grand Slam return here after sustaining a hip injury at the Brisbane International. The decorated Spaniard, who had not played a single match for 349 days before his opening win over Dominic Thiem, said the result was “good news” but he was “not ready to compete at the maximum level”. His most recent appearance at a Slam was the 2023 Australian Open when he struggled with injury in a second-round loss to Mackenzie McDonald. Nadal’s withdrawal means this will be the first Australian Open since 1999 without either him or Roger Federer, who retired in 2022, featuring in the men’s singles main draw.
For the first time, this year’s tournament main draw will start on Sunday 14 January for 15 days until Sunday 28 January. World number one Novak Djokovic is the defending men’s champion. Success over Stefanos Tsitsipas here a year ago secured a historic 10th title, it subsequently gave him a record-equalling 22nd Grand Slam, and since then, he’s added both the French and US Opens titles to his collection, as well as a record-breaking seventh ATP Finals crown. Djokovic is no stranger to winning back-to-back Australian Open titles. Aryna Sabalenka will be looking to do the same for the first time in Melbourne with the Belarusian star winning her first Slam at Elena Rybakina’s expense. Since that breakthrough, Sabalenka reached consecutive semi-finals at Roland Garros and Wimbledon before finishing runner-up in New York.
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