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Australian Open 2022: schedule and where to watch the matches on Tuesday, January 25, on TV and online

This Tuesday, January 25, the ninth day of competition at the Australian Open will be played on a day in which the first tickets to the semifinals of the Australian Grand Slam will be at stake. Among the protagonists of the day is Rafa Nadal, who in his fight for the 21st Grand Slam of his career will face Denis Shapovalov at the Rod Laver Arena. In addition, the Matteo Berrettini – Gael Monfils will be played, with which the first men’s semifinal in Melbourne would be defined. Find out where and what time to watch the Australian Open matches today.

The Australian Open 2022 is already entering the final rounds. This Tuesday, June 25, the quarterfinals of the tournament will be played on a day in which the first semifinal of the men’s and women’s teams will be defined, so all the matches will be played on the main track of Melbourne Park, the Rod Lava Sand.

The day will start at 11 am local with a doubles match made up of tennis legends. Starting at 12:30 – half past two in the morning in Spain – the ticket to the first women’s semifinal between Krejcikova and Madison Keys , the rival who eliminated Paula Badosa, will be at stake. “Not before 2:00 p.m.”, that is, from 4:00 a.m. in Spain, the match between Rafa Nadal and Denis Shapovalov will begin, to see who of the two goes to the semifinals. The match can be seen live on television through the Eurosport 1 pay channel, available on Movistar + and on DAZN.

Two other quarterfinal matches are played in the night session, one for women and one for men. Starting at 7:00 p.m., Asleigh Barty , current WTA number one, will face Jessica Pegula, with whom the first semifinal will be defined; and next, the match between Gael Monfils and Matteo Berrettini will be played, with which the first men’s semifinal will also be defined among the winners of the day.

Australian Open order of play, Tuesday 25

ROD LAVER ARENA

Not before 02:30

Barbora Krejcikova – Madison Keys

Not before 04:00

Rafa Nadal

Not before 9:00

Asleigh Barty – Jessica Pegula

Matteo Berrettini – Gael Monfils

Where to watch the Australian Open matches

The 2022 Australian Open matches can be followed on television through the Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2 channels, which can be found on Movistar + or on DAZN . In addition, in OKDIARIO, you will find the chronicles of the matches, the results of the day and all the news of the tournament.

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