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Lleyton Hewitt continues his final Australian Open campaign, Thursday on Seven
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Retiring Aussie star Lleyton Hewitt is set to take on Spaniard David Ferrer LIVE on Channel 7/7mate and the 7Tennis app from 7pm AEDT Thursday.

Hewitt has beaten the World No. 8 once before, back in 2006 at Wimbledon, but trails the head-to-head battles 1-2, so will again draw on a packed Rod Laver Arena to inspire him to another win.

Second up on Margaret Court Arena at night, the 16th seed Bernard Tomic faces Italian Simone Bolelli, with the Australian favoured to get through to the third round.

Late afternoon, big serving Aussie Sam Groth takes on World No.2 Andy Murray aiming for a big upset.

Serbian 20th seed Ana Ivanovic starts the day on Seven’s coverage at 11am as she takes on Latvian Anastasija Sevastova, while the in-form Victoria Azarenka also takes to the court.


NIGHT televised feature matches from 7pm AEDT to include:

HEWITT, Lleyton (AUS) vs FERRER, David (ESP) [8] – first up on court

TOMIC, Bernard (AUS) [16] vs BOLELLI, Simone (ITA) - second up on court

KERBER, Angelique (GER) [7] vs DULGHERU, Alexandra (ROU) – first up on court

DAY televised feature matches to include:

GROTH, Sam (AUS) vs MURRAY, Andy (GBR) [2]  - not before 2pm AEDT

SEVASTOVA, Anastasija (LAT) vs IVANOVIC, Ana (SRB) [20] – first up on court

FLIPKENS, Kirsten (BEL) vs MUGURUZA, Garbiñe (ESP) [3] – second up on court

MONFILS, Gael (FRA) [23] vs MAHUT, Nicolas (FRA) – first up on court

AZARENKA, Victoria (BLR) [14] vs KOVINIC, Danka (MNE) - second up on court

KEYS, Madison (USA) [15] vs SHVEDOVA, Yaroslava (KAZ) - third up on court