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2022 Australian Open campaign for Serbian tennis star; Alex Hawke yet to make decision

The Australian Open tennis tournament is back at Melbourne Park, along with a variety of attractions and experiences. So if you’re thinking of going to the first grand slam event of the calendar year, here’s what you need to know.

Who’s playing and when?

The Open kicks off on Monday, January 17, and runs until the men’s final on Sunday, January 30. Matches will be held at the Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena, John Cain Arena, and the outside courts at Melbourne Park.

Gates open at 10am for day matches. For night sessions, gates open at 5pm. The schedule of matches is updated regularly and can be viewed on the AO22 website.

Who’s playing and when?

The Open kicks off on Monday, January 17, and runs until the men’s final on Sunday, January 30. Matches will be held at the Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena, John Cain Arena, and the outside courts at Melbourne Park.

Gates open at 10am for day matches. For night sessions, gates open at 5pm. The schedule of matches is updated regularly and can be viewed on the AO22 website.

In the men’s singles, Serbia’s Novak Djokovic is defending champion and No.1 seed among 128 competitors, but his preparation has been mired in controversy.

Japan’s Naomi Osaka will be out to defend her championship in the women’s singles, where she is the No.13 seed. Australia’s Ash Barty is the No.1 ranked player in the world and the top seed in a draw of 128 competitors.

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