The tournament will take place from the 17th to 30th January. Click here for the men’s game plan and here to the ladies.
- Game schedule
- German participants
- Who transmits the Australian Open?
- Who are the favorites?
- prize money
In total, ten Germans occur, seven men and three ladies
Who transmits the Australian Open?
As usual, the tournament will be broadcast in Free TV at Eurosport, but only selected highlights. All games can be tracked through the paid Eurosport player or via DAZN on the sender Eurosport 2.
Who are the favorites?
For the gentlemen, US Open winners and previous year’s finalist Daniel Mercedes are likely to have the best chances, also Alexander Zeal is high in the course. Whether record winner and defending champion Novak Djokovic, he should be allowed to start at all, to bring his usual performance, remains questionable for the quarrels around his entry. In addition, you should have Stefano Tsitsihar and Rafael Naval, both of which have recently returned to injuries, just on the bill as the emerging Canadian Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Aliaassime, who should certainly increase the victory at ATP Cup.
With the ladies Ashleigh Party is the great favorite, in Melbourne, no way to the Australian. However, the ladies’ tennis is always good for a surprise, which has not least shown the US Open. Speaking of US Open: Her winner Emma Radical is also handled hot, further contenders on the title would be Arena SABENA (Belarus), Carbine Muguruza (Spain) and Karolina Pliskova (Czech Republic). At outsider opportunities, the Killer Angelique Berber, while in title defender Naomi Osaka from Japan, has certainly a question mark after its health problems.
While 2021 pandemics had been lowered the prize money, it now rises again: The tournament is endowed with 47.4 million euros, the winners receive about 2.78 million euros.