Watch 2020 Australian Open LIVE on Eurosport: All you need to know
The 2020 Australian Open will be LIVE on Eurosport and the Eurosport Player. Here is everything you need to know about the first Grand Slam of the new season.
Live TV info
The 2020 Australian Open will be live on Eurosport throughout the tournament.
Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, Australian Open 2019Getty Images
How to watch it online
The Eurosport Player is where you need to go to watch all the action from Melbourne Park.
ATP Adelaide warm-up
You can also watch the inaugural Australian Open warm-up event, ATP Adelaide, on Eurosport and the Eurosport Player.
Australian Open dates
Qualifying for the first Slam of the year gets going on Tuesday, January 14 and concludes on Saturday, January 18.
The Australian Open main draw gets underway on Monday, January 20, a little later than previous years due to the inaugural ATP Cup.
The tournament will come to a close with the men's final on Sunday, February 2.
Naomi Osaka of Japan poses with the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup during the Women's Australian Open media opportunity at Brighton Beach on January 27, 2019Getty Images
Check out the official tournament schedule, complete with specific times for each of the show courts, here:
For information on ground passes, stadium tickets on the show courts, the Kids Tennis Day and more, take a look at the official website:
- Novak Djokovic - 6/4
- Rafael Nadal - 7/2
- Daniil Medvedev - 7/1
- Roger Federer - 8/1
- Stefanos Tsitsipas - 10/1
- David Goffin - 66/1
- Dominic Thiem - 12/1
- Alexander Zverev - 17/1
- Andy Murray - 25/1
- Nick Kyrgios - 33/1
- Serena Williams - 11/2
- Ashleigh Barty - 7/1
- Bianca Andreescu - 7/1
- Simona Halep - 8/1
- Naomi Osaka - 10/1
- Karolina Pliskova - 12/1
- Aryna Sabalenka - 16/1
- Elina Svitolina - 16/1
- Petra Kvitova - 16/1
- Madison Keys - 20/1
Andy Murray's chances
"The unique nature of Murray’s situation comes with uncertainty," Avakian wrote. "He says he feels 'zero pain in the hip' and surgeon Sarah Muirhead-Allwood is happy with the progress. But no person has had to play a five-hour, five-set singles match with a metal hip in extreme heat, let alone multiple matches.
"This is the uncharted territory Murray could find himself in come January, when the Australian Open takes place in Melbourne, 12 months after the world of tennis announced his premature farewell at the very same event.
"Then again, if there’s no pain to hold him back and his artificial hip proves to be immune to the violence modern tennis bestows upon the body, why shouldn’t Murray be able to reach an even higher level than ever? Perhaps the sky is the limit, not the hip."