With reigning champion and nine-time Australian Open winner Novak Djokovic deported, No. 1 seed Ash Barty of Australia will headline the first day of the first Grand Slam of 2022 at Melbourne Park.
Barty will take to the Rod Laver Arena during the first night session against Ukrainian qualifier Lesia Tsurenko.
Spanish legend Rafael Nadal will also be on the main court against American Marcus Giron in the afternoon.
The first day will feature six matches involving Australians.
How to watch the Australian Open
Channel 9 has the rights to the Australian Open and will be broadcasting the entire tournament, with all matches available live via its 9Now app.
You can watch it on your laptop, mobile or Smart TV and choose which match and which court you want to focus on.
Matches of the top seeds and Australian players will be featured on Channel 9’s free-to-air coverage.
Australian Open Live Streaming
Stan Sport will cover all your Australian live streaming needs.
All of this year’s Australian Open matches will be streamed live on Stan Sport with no commercials, giving tennis fans plenty of options for the first major of 2022.