Australian open 2022-23

Australian Open 2023-Check Players, Live Streaming Details

Australian Open 2023

Australian Open 2023

The Australian Open 2023 rings the first major Tournament in the Tennis circuit and the first of the four major Grand Slams for 2023. The tournament is held annually in Melbourne, Australia in the first month of the new year and will be having live streaming all across the globe.

Being the first Grand Slam of the year, The Australian Open 2023 is welcomed by tennis fans in large numbers.

The last tournament was won by the crowd’s favourite Rafael Nadal.

The Australian Open 2023 will be held in Melbourne from the 16th of January at the Melbourne Park venue and the Rod Laver Area will host the finals

Two legends of the game Roger Federer and Serena Williams will be missed due to their recent retirements but the legends will be replaced by the sport’s new future bright stars as there are plenty of them both on the ATP and WTP tours respectively.

The Australian Open 2023 will allow Russian and Belarusian players to compete and participate in the tournament without representing their country flag and play as independent players

This will help Daniil Medvedev, Andrey Rublev and two-time Australian Open Champion, Victoria Azarenka.

The Australian Open Prize Money

At the 2023 Australian Open, players will compete for a record prize pool of A$76.5 million (a 3.4 per cent increase from 2022), with men’s and women’s champions pocketing AU$2.975 million

Australian Open 2023 – Rising Tennis Stars to watch


Rafa Nadal – This 36-year-old is getting better and better like fine wine. He has a win ratio of 80% and is the defending Australian Open Champion. He has won this title in 2009 too. Rafael Nadal who is the top seed pulled out from Alcaraz and his foot injury is yet to heal. As he suffers from Mueller- Weiss syndrome, he will have constant issues with his foot. Nadal Fans will hope thdo notnot see a repeat of Wimbledon on semifinals when Nadal pulled out in the semifinals due to an abdominal tear. Fans will hope that Nadal will be fit and be ready to defend his title this January

  • Casper Ruud – This 23-year-old is a player to look out for. He was runner-up in 2022. He does have a poor 60%-win record in hard courts
Casper Ruud
  • Stefanos Tsitsipas – This 24-year-old has made it to the Semi-finals of the Australian Open in 2019, 2021 and 2022. He would like to cross this hurdle in the Australian Open 2023 and play in the finals
  • Novak Djokovic – The Serbian with an 86%-win ratio on the hard court had a controversial year in the Covid era and was denied to play the tournament due to his anti-vaccine stand. Before 2022, he was the defending champion having won the tournament in 2021 and way back in 2008. He is one of the crowd favourites and the drama of revoking his visa was the talk of the year. He is the best player as per all his counterparts and the player to beat. The Serbian has 9 singles titles and expects to bring home the 10th in the Australian Open 2023. The tournament schedules may work in his favour
  • Nick Kyrgios – The Australian pulled out from the Adelaide International due to an ankle injury but Kyrgios will be keen to win the Australian Open 2023 at home

Ladies Singles

  • Iga Swiatek – She was the 2022 Semi-finalist and the defending US Open Champion. IGA Swiatek has suffered a shoulder injury and this tennis star is hoping to be fit before the Australian Open 2023 tournament
  • Ons Jabeur – This 28-year-old has great potential and reached the Quarterfinals in 2020. She was the Runner in the 2022 US Open
  • Jessica Pegula – This 28-year-old was in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open in 2021 and 2022, She also came to the quarters of the US Open in 2022
  • Caroline Garcia – This 29-year-old has not been lucky in the Australian Open but has great potential. In 2022 she had 2 titles on the hard court and can do well in the 2023 Australian Open. She was in the Semis at the US Open in 2022
caroline garcia
  • Aryna Sabalenka – 4th Round Exits in 2021 and 2022 and nothing home to write about. This 24-year-old surprised all by being in the Semi-finals of the 2022 US Ope0n
Aryna Sabalenka
  • Emma Raducanu – without dropping a set in 2021 this tennis star who had won the US Open is also struggling with injuries. She rolled her ankle in the second  round of the ASB Classic in New Zealand days before the Australian Open and is a doubtful starter

Tickets purchased by fans in the Australian Open 2023 will be disappointed in case their star players go off the list due to injuries. This list may change.

While players play with injuries all the time, some are serious enough to withdraw from the Australian Open 2023 tournament due to a packed schedule. Players who have dropped out

  • Carlos Alcaraz – In 2022, reached the third round of the tournament. He has a win ratio of 78%. He won the 2022 US Open. Unfortunately, the tennis star has withdrawn from the Australian Open 2023 tournament due to injury. World no 1 may be the biggest name to not be available for the Australian Open. This Spaniard got injured while training. Unfortunately, such a big player is off the list for the Australian Open 2023. He is the youngest man who finished the season at no1 after the computerised ranking system was put in place by ATP and will surely miss out on the open prize money of AU$2.975 million
Carlos Alcaraz
  • Naomi Osaka – One of the steepest falls in the ranking to 46 after winning 2 Grand slams is hard to fathom for this very talented player. She has been injured since the walkover in the second round of the Pan Pacific Open on September 2022. One of the players who had taken a break for mental health issues will be missed in the Australian Open 2023 draw
  • Venus Williams – The seven-time Grand Slam Champion and Tennis Star, 42-year-old Venus Williams who was a wild card entrant pulled out of the Australian Open 2023 draw due to an injury during the warm-up games

Australian Open 2023 – Tennis tournament draw/ schedules to watch

The Tennis tournament draw schedule will see Nick Kyrgios and Ales de Minaur facing Novak Djokovic in the Australian Open tournament. The tennis Tournament draw schedules will also keep Nadal and Djokovic placed on the other side due to Alcaraz’s injury in Australia

Australian Open 2023 – Live Streaming: When and Where to watch Live Telecast

Live streaming of the matches will be on the Sony liv app. Fans can also tune in to Sony Sports for a Live telecast.

Tickets are available online on the official sites


Why is it called Australian Open?

The tournament is Managed and run by Tennis Australia formerly known as the Lawn Tennis Association of Australia. The name changed to Australian Open in 1969

Why is a tournament called an Open?

The tournament is called An Open because the Grand Slam tournaments agreed to allow professional players to compete alongside Amateurs

How does Australian Open Work?

The tournament starts in the middle of January and is played for 2 weeks. It coincides with the Australian day Holidays. It has Men’s / Women’s Singles and doubles along with Mixed doubles. Junior championships, wheelchair, legends and exhibition events also add to this spectacle.

When did the Australian Open get its name?

Formerly known as Australasian Championships, was renamed the Australian Championships in 1927 and then became the Australian Open in 1969.

Why are tennis majors called Open?

The tournament is called An Open because the Grand Slam tournaments agreed to allow professional players to compete alongside Amateurs. “ Open at All ”

Why is the Australian Open so famous?

It is the First Major Grand Slam of the year which starts the world’s best competitive tennis tournament. It is part of the four grand slam tournaments played by the top professional tennis players

What is the difference between open and invitational?

An invitational is limited to only Professional players according to their ranking and seeds who are invited unlike an open where anyone can participate, be it amateurs or professionals

Where can I watch the Australian Open in 2023?

Sony Sports and Sony liv

Can you watch Australian Open on Amazon Prime?


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