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Rafael Nadal's schedule for 2021 Although there is nothing official given the obvious problems caused by the Pandemic, Rafael Nadal has structured the calendar for this season and what will be the tournaments that the King of Clay tennis player will play. Here is the program: Atp Cup (February 1st-5th) Australian Open (8 February 8th)Who is playing in the Australian Open in 2021?
It’s time for the 2021 Australian Open as the first tennis grand slam opens up Monday in Australia -- but on Sunday night in the United States. Time zones aside, the excitement is high as the best in the game (including Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka) gear up for two weeks of action down under.When is the final of the Australian Open?
The 2021 Australian Open begins Sunday, Feb.7 in North America (Melbourne is 16 hours ahead of the East Coast) and concludes the weekend of Feb. 20-21 with the women's final at midnight on Feb. 20 and the men's final at midnight on Feb. 21. Below is the round-by-round breakdown of the schedule for both the men's and women's draws.When does the Australian Open start on TV?
-Thursday, Feb. 18: 11:00 p.m. ET: Mixed Doubles Semifinals, Women’s Doubles Final & Men’s Singles Semifinals The 2021 Australian Open will be broadcast on ESPN and the Tennis Channel. Streaming will also be available on ESPN.com and through the ESPN app.