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First big tennis show 2023: Australian Open by STAR+

After the Adelaide International 2 comes the first date of the four Grand Slam tournaments. The classic Australia Open will be played in Melbourne, from January 15 to 29, with action in singles, doubles, mixed, legends, juniors and adapted tennis.

Star+ & ESPN will undoubtedly be the home of the Australian Open in Latin America and the Caribbean in the coming days, with the still fresh memory of the historic days that took place in 2022. And this year anticipates that the first Grand Slam of the season will present an extensive list of title contenders, with plenty to enjoy from the best tennis in the world.

Most attention will surely be focused on defending champion Rafael Nadal, who beat Daniil Medvedev in a grueling final, and on the return of Novak Djokovic, after his traumatic days a year ago when he was unable to play on Australian soil.r. They will be joined by players of the stature of Iga Swiatek, Paula Badosa, Garbiñe Muguruza, with Ashleigh Barty as the last winner over Danielle Collins.

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As for the South Americans, nine Argentines will be, in principle, in the main draw of the Australian Open 2023: Nadia Podoroska, Diego Schwartzman, Francisco Cerúndolo, Sebastián Báez, Pedro Cachín, Federico Coria, Tomás Etcheverry, Facundo Bagnis and Guido Pella, at the same as the Chileans Cristian Garin and Nicolás Jarry, plus the Colombians María Camila Osorio and Daniel Elahi Galán, the Peruvian Juan Pablo Varillas, the Bolivian Hugo Dellien and the Brazilian Thiago Monteiro.

A luxury invitation to follow the performance of the best in the world in the first major show of the year for international tennis.

Everything live on Star+, with up to 16 courts simultaneously

—— DOMINGO 15 ——

First Round // STAR+ / ESPN2 / ESPN3 21:00 ARG/CHI/PAR/URU 20:00 BOL/VEN 19:00 COL/ECU/PER

—— MONDAY 16 ——

First Round // STAR+ / ESPN2
05:00ARG/CHI/PAR/URU 04:00BOL/VEN 03:00COL/ECU/PER

First Round // STAR+ / ESPN2
21:00ARG/CHI/PAR/URU 20:00BOL/VEN 19:00COL/ECU/PER

—— MARS 17 ——

First Round // STAR+ / ESPN2
05:00ARG/CHI/PAR/URU 04:00BOL/VEN 03:00COL/ECU/PER

Second Round // STAR+ / ESPN2 / ESPN3
21:00ARG/CHI/PAR/URU 20:00BOL/VEN 19:00COL/ECU/PER

—— WEDNESDAY 18 ——

Second Round // STAR+ / ESPN2
05:00ARG/CHI/PAR/URU 04:00BOL/VEN 03:00COL/ECU/PER

Second Round // STAR+ / ESPN2
21:00ARG/CHI/PAR/URU 20:00BOL/VEN 19:00COL/ECU/PER

—— THURSDAY 19 ——

Second Round // STAR+ / ESPN2
05:00ARG/CHI/PAR/URU 04:00BOL/VEN 03:00COL/ECU/PER

Third Round // STAR+ / ESPN2
21:00ARG/CHI/PAR/URU 20:00BOL/VEN 19:00COL/ECU/PER

—— FRIDAY 20 ——

Third Round // STAR+ / ESPN2
05:00ARG/CHI/PAR/URU 04:00BOL/VEN 03:00COL/ECU/PER

Third Round // STAR+ / ESPN2 / ESPN3
21:00ARG/CHI/PAR/URU 20:00BOL/VEN 19:00COL/ECU/PER

ESPN TENNIS: exceptional coverage of the 4 Grand Slam tournaments, plus the 9 ATP Masters 1000, the ATP Finals that brings together the best 8 of the year in singles and doubles, NextGen Finals, ATP Cup, the ATP 500 and 250, the WTA 1000, 500 and 250, plus other competitions of outstanding value that make up a complete calendar in ESPN’s tennis proposal. To this is added the broadcast of ESPN Tennis, a weekly program that is attentive to everything that happens in the activity, with revealing reports and notes to the different protagonists of the tennis world.

ESPNTenis.com is the home of tennis on ESPN.com, with the most complete and instant information on everything that happens in the tournaments, in the career of Latin American players and, of course, of the stars of this sport in all their categories.

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