Sony Sports Network, the home of tennis in India, gears up to broadcast the 111th edition of the Australian Open
Sony Sports Network, the home of tennis in India will kickstart the Grand Slam calendar of 2023 with the Australian Open which will feature the top and rising tennis stars gunning for the coveted title. The Australian Open is the first of the three Grand Slams, followed by Roland Garros and US Open, that will be live telecast on Sony Sports Network in 2023.
The Australian Open will be live telecast from 16th to 29th January 2023 on Sony Sports Ten 5 & Sony Sports Ten 2 channels with English commentary and on Sony Sports Ten 3 channels with Hindi commentary. The Grand Slam will also be available to livestream on SonyLIV.
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The tournament Australian Open 2023 will mark the return of Sony Sports Network’s flagship live tennis studio show, ‘Extraaa Serve’. Hosted by Arpit Sharma, Extraaa Serve will feature Olympian, Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist and Former No. 1 India Tennis Player, Somdev Devvarman, former tennis player Gaurav Natekar and Davis Cup player Purav Raja. In addition to this the Hindi commentary for the tournament will be provided Gaurav Natekar, Manish Batavia & Atish Thukral.
Watch the LIVE coverage of the Australian Open 2023 on Sony Sports Ten 5 (English), Sony Sports Ten 2 (English) & Sony Sports Ten 3 (Hindi) channels. Click Here for The Complete Telecast Schedule of Australian Open 2023 .
Leading up to the tournament, Sony Sports Network launched the ‘#SlamOfTheGreats’ campaign, which pays homage to the ‘Greats of Tennis in this Era’, such as Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Ashleigh Barty and other tennis legends while also highlighting the rise of a new young crop of tennis stars vying to leave their mark on the tournament in their path for greatness themselves. With the retirement of Federer and Barty, Australian Open 2023 will mark the dawn of a new era and witness the rise of players like Daniil Medvedev, Iga Świątek, Nick Kyrgios, and more.