Australian Open 2016 Schedule: The heat is finally on, the schedule for the Australian open 2016 is finally out. The competition plan for the 2016 Australian Open tennis titles is recorded underneath to make it simpler for you to purchase your tennis tickets. The calendar is full of dates what time play initiates for every session and which round of the singles draws are being played every day.
The 2016 Australian Open tickets will be accessible to the overall population tomorrow from 7am to 5pm neighborhood time in Melbourne through to Monday 12 October for Rod Laver and Margaret Court Arenas’ Multi-session ticket bundles. The single session and ground pass tickets go at a bargain from 9am on Tuesday 13 October. For more insights about Australian Open 2016 tickets please visit-> ausopen.com/tickets/.
Roger Federer, the four-time Australian Open champion who keeps on playing superb tennis at 34, is a conspicuous competitor: Federer came to two Grand Slam finals and positively knows how to win in Melbourne. At that point there is Stan Wawrinka, the capricious 2014 Australian Open champion who halted Djokovic’s vocation Grand Slam offer in the French Open last in 2015, and 2009 Australian Open champion Rafael Nadal, who completed an agitated season in a style which guaranteed an immense year for the Spanish player in 2016 – also Andy Murray, still persistently pursuing down long-term rival Djokovic and a third Grand Slam. Four times a runner-up in Melbourne, might it be able to be fifth time fortunate for Murray when the 2016 Australian Open start
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The Australian Open 2016 live timetable of play is:
Wednesday 13 January: Qualifying first round at 10am;
Thursday 14 January: Qualifying first round at 10am;
Friday 15 January: Qualifying second round at 10am;
Saturday 16 January: Qualifying last round at 12 twelve;
Primary Draw of Australian Open 2016:
Monday 18 January: Main Draw first round from 11am and 7pm;
Tuesday 19 January: first round from 11am and 7pm;
Wednesday 20 January: second round from 11am and 7pm;
Thursday 21 January: second round from 11am and 7pm;
Friday 22 January: third round from 11am and 7pm;
Saturday 23 January: third round from 11am and 7pm;
Sunday 24 January: Round of 16 from 11am and 7pm;
Monday 25 January: Round of 16 from 11am and 7pm;
Tuesday 26 January: Quarter Finals from 11am and 7pm;
Wednesday 27 January: Quarter Finals from 11am and 7:30pm;
Thursday 28 January: 1 Men’s Semi Final and Women’s Semi Finals from 1:30pm;
Friday 29 January: 1 Men’s Semi Final from 7:30pm;
Saturday 30 January: Women’s Singles Final at 7:30pm.
Sunday 31 January: Men’s Singles Final at 7pm.
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