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    Australian Open Day Two: Order of play and how to watch Novak Djokovic and Ons Jabeur begin their tournaments- HindiNewsWala





    CNN
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    Novak Djokovic is the odds on favorite for the men’s title at the Australian Open this year and he will begin the tournament against Spain’s Roberto Carballés Baena, seeking a record-equaling 22nd grand slam and 10th Australian title.

    Meanwhile, women’s world No. 2 Ons Jabeur is in action in the match beforehand, as she aims to better the two grand slam finals she reached last season, while USA’s Sloane Stephens takes on Russia’s Anna Potapova on Court 7.

    From 7pm ET

    Aryna Sabalenka (5) vs. Tereza Martincova

    Katherine Sebov vs. Caroline Garcia (4)

    Matteo Berrettini (13) vs. Andy Murray

    From 3am ET

    Tamara Zidansek vs. Ons Jabeur (2)

    Roberto Carballés Baena vs. Novak Djokovic (4)

    From 7pm ET

    Garbiñe Muguruza vs. Elise Mertens (26)

    Xiyu Wang vs. Karolina Pliskova (30)

    Tomas Machac vs. Casper Ruud (2)

    From 3am ET

    Viktoriya Tomova vs. Belinda Bencic (12)

    Yu Hsiou Hsu vs. Alex de Minaur (22)

    From 7pm ET

    Andrey Rublev (5) vs. Dominic Thiem

    Not before 9pm ET

    Taylor Fritz (8) vs. Nikoloz Basilashvili

    Maryna Zanevska vs. Veronika. Kudermetova (9)

    Not before 3am ET

    Yu Hsiou Hsu vs. Alex. de Minaur (22)

    From 7pm ET

    Filip Krajinovic vs. Holger Rune (9)

    Not before 1am ET

    Juan Pablo Varillas vs. Alexander Zverev (12)

    From 7pm ET

    Sloane Stephens vs. Anastasia Potapova

    Here is how you can watch all the day’s tennis wherever you are:

    Australia: Nine & Stan Sport

    Brazil: ESPN International

    Canada: TSN / RDS

    Germany: Eurosport

    Mexico: ESPN International

    UK: Eurosport

    US: ESPN, Tennis Channel

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