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The 2024 Australian Open is in full swing! The tennis tournament, which runs from Jan. 13-28, continued Tuesday (Jan. 23) with a packed schedule of matches between players from around the globe.
Among the lineup, Ukraine’s Dayana Yastremska will take on Czech tennis player Linda Noskova in a women’s quarter-final match on Tuesday. Yastremaska beat New Yorker Emmy Navarro in a third round match last week and advanced to the fourth round quarter-finals for the first time in her career.
In another first, 19-year-old Coco Gauff advanced to the Australian Open semi-final after winning a match against Marta Kostyuk on Monday. “Marta is a tough opponent, every time we play it’s a tough match,” Gauff said in a post-game interview. “I really fought and left it all on the court.”
After winning last year’s U.S. Open, Gauff became the first American teenager to take the title since Serena Williams in 1999. The teen will face Aryna Sabalenka (whom she beat in the U.S. Open final last year) in the women’s semi-finals on Wednesday.
The men’s schedule includes Italy’s Jannik Sinner vs. Andrey Rublev of Serbia and Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz vs. Russia’s Daniil Medvedev.
After beating Rublev in a men’s quarter-final match on Tuesday, Sinner will advance to the men’s semi-final match against tennis veteran, Novak Djokovic, on Thursday.
A native of Serbia, Djokovic has had quite a showing at this year’s Australian Open. He advanced to the fourth round after defeating Argentina’s Tomas Martin Etcheverry in a third round match last Friday. Djokovic won a fourth round match against French player, Adrian Mannarino, on Saturday and a quarter-final match against California native, Taylor Fritz, on Monday.
In a post-game interview, Djokovic admitted to struggling in the first couple of rounds and congratulated Fritz for being a strong competitor. “We started with a 60- or 70-minute first game, which took a lot out of us,” he explained. “[Fritz] was making me uncomfortable on the court because he was very aggressive, he served great and he was staying close to the line, taking the ball early, making me run. I was often on [my] back foot, so [kudos] to him for playing really well. You could see he had a game plan and he was very sharp. It was definitely a struggle for me to play the first sets and then [in the third set] things started to come together.”
Djokovic, 36, became the third tennis player in history to play 100 matches at the Australian Open.
Keep reading for ways to watch and stream from anywhere — with and without cable.
Where to Watch the 2024 Australian Open from Anywhere
The 2024 Australian Open is available on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN+. If you watch live television through cable, satellite or stream through an internet provider like Verizon or T-Mobile, feel free to check your local listings for additional channel details.
Day session matches will air on ESPN networks in primetime ET while night session matches will air at 3 a.m. ET. The women’s and men’s championships will take place on Saturday Jan. 27 and Sunday, Jan. 28, at 3:30 a.m. ET on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+.
If you don’t have cable, Fubo, Sling TV, Hulu + Live and DirecTV Stream are all great streaming options that cost anywhere from $20-$75 per month, and most of them include a free trial when you join and dozens of cable channels (use ExpressVPN to access streaming platforms and channels from outside of the U.S.).
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You can stream Australian Open matches on your TV, computer, smartphone and other compatible devices.
Live coverage of the 2024 Australian Open is also streaming exclusively on ESPN+. Not familiar with the platform? It’s $10.99 for the monthly plan or $99 annually.
Whether you’re a tennis fan, basketball lover or football fanatic, ESPN+ has something for you. Stream current and previous tournaments, including the Australian Open, U.S. Open and Wimbledon, along with UFC matches, NHL, NFL, NBA, MLB, soccer, and other must-watch exclusives such as the entire 30 for 30 library, Man in the Arena: Tom Brady, Derek Jeter’s documentary series and more.