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As the curtain falls on the 2023 ATP and WTA seasons, tennis enthusiasts eagerly turn their attention to the upcoming 2024 Grand Slam journey, with the Australian Open set to kick off the new year’s exhilarating tennis action.

Scheduled to take place in its traditional home of Melbourne, the Australian Open marks the beginning of the 2024 Grand Slam season on Monday, January 15, concluding with the men’s final on Sunday, January 28, 2024.

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The hard-court surfaces at Melbourne Park will host the world’s finest singles and doubles players, including the pursuit of further records by Novak Djokovicand Iga Swiatek aiming to build on her maiden WTA Finals title.

Champions Aryna Sabalenka and Djokovic are poised to defend their titles, while tennis fans will be treated to thrilling clashes at the Margaret Court and Rod Laver Arena.

However, the tournament will miss the presence of Rafael Nadal, who withdrew just a week before the Australian Open due to a hip injury.

What channel is the 2024 Australian Open on?

For viewers in the United States, the tournament will be broadcast on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, and the Tennis Channel.

Championship matches will be featured on ESPN, while broader coverage across the entire tournament will be provided by ESPN2, ESPN3, and the Tennis Channel.

Due to the time difference between the US and Australia, most matches will be televised live in the early hours of the morning, with encore broadcasts scheduled later in the day or the following morning.

In a notable change this year, the Australian Open expands to a 15-day tournament, joining the French Open as one of the two tennis majors held over this extended duration.

Qualifying matches are set to begin on Sunday, January 7, at 18:00 ET, with live streaming on ESPN+.

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