16th to 29th January 2023
Here we are super excited to announce Glad tiding for all Australian Open Grand Slam fans. Australian Open is all set to entertain fans on 16-29 January 2023 at Melbourne Park Australia. The world’s splendid players are ready to shine in this historic event of the year. Australian Open has a reversal schedule in 2021 due to the global pandemic Covid19. 7 times champion Serena Williams might not be a part of the French Open 2022 because of some health issues reported by the fitness team.
As the news is proliferating that is the 2nd anniversary of Covid-19 and would hardly come out of the hard situation now again Omicron is spreading again and is a major threat for all upcoming events.
The Australian Open Grand Slam is ready to entertain fans on 16-29 January 2023 at Melbourne Park Australia.
$75,000,000 is the prize money for the Australian Open 2023. High-profile players are ready to decent on the ground to complete this precious prize.
Novak Djokovic was a proud title winner of 2021, and this was the 18th win of the Grand slam and 9th overall of the Australian Open.
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Who is broadcasting the Australian Open 2023?
ESPN and ESPN2 are broadcasting this astounding event of the Australian Open 2022. Eurosport, who was first, broadcast Australian Open in 1995, Eurosport has exceeded the agreement with Tennis Australia till 2031, Agreement commences in 2022 in which Eurosport is a live broadcaster for the Australian Open Grand Slam all over Europe. Channel 9 will broadcast Australian Open 2023 in Australia.
There are a lot of sponsors of this historic event which KIA Motors is leading. KIA Motors is the main sponsor of the Australian Open 2023 and provides KIA vehicles to players to make them reach the event ground, as well as they can avail of KIA transport for personnel in the host city Melbourne. They signed a partnership early in 2002 and then again renews in 2018 which goes furthermore for 5 years till 2023. Furthermore, Rolex, Emirates, Accor, Bondi Sands, CC Canadian Club, Chemist Warehouse, Chubb, City of Melbourne, Derucci, Dunlop, and some others.
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