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Nine’s Australian Open Broadcast Schedule – Day 4

Alex De Minaur, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Thanasi Kokkinakis are ready to roll again on day four of the 2023 Australian Open with live and free coverage on Channel 9HD, 9GemHD and to stream on 9Now. 

In the night session from 7.00pm, it’s an Aussie double-header with Alex De Minaur facing France’s Adrian Mannarino, before Thanasi Kokkinakis goes up against three-time Grand Slam champion, Great Britain’s Andy Murray. 

Nine-time Australian Open men’s champion and red hot men’s singles favourite Novak Djokovic meets France’s Enzo Couacaud in his second round match. 

Highlighting the day session, Aussie Alexei Popyrin will go head-to-head against No. 8 seed Taylor Fritz of the USA. 

The doubles events get underway from today with Aussie and four-time Grand Slam women’s double champion Sam Stosur partnering with with France’s Alize Cornet in their first round match. 

On Channel 9HD, the coverage will be hosted by James Bracey, Roz Kelly and Tony Jones, while on 9Gem, Nick McArdle, Emma Lawrence and Seb Costello will host Nine’s broadcast.

Commentary throughout the tournament will be provided by Jim Courier, Todd Woodbridge, Lleyton Hewitt, Jelena Dokic, Dylan Alcott, Casey Dellacqua, Sam Smith, Alicia Molik, Mark Philippoussis, Darren Cahill and Peter Psaltis.

Additional off-court reporting will come from Alicia Loxley, Matthew Pavlich, Clint Stanaway, Danika Mason and Madeline Slattery.

Throughout the duration of the tournament, Channel 9HD and 9GemHD will have the best matches and biggest moments live and free across 276 hours of tennis coverage.

9Now will provide every point of every match, at any time on the device of your choosing, in full HD, with the new start-over button allowing fans to watch from the start of each session.

Media Release – Nine

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