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Seven to broadcast Asian Beach Volleyball Championships | @7Sport

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Seven will broadcast the Asian Beach Volleyball Championships live from Sydney’s Manly Beach on 7TWO and PLUS7 live on Monday.

In preparation for the 2016 Rio Olympics, Seven will be broadcasting the Asian Beach Volleyball Championship; the epic final event of the 10-day Manly Volleyfest. Australia is the reigning Asian men’s and women’s champions and will be competing against powerhouse teams from China, Japan, Thailand, New Zealand and many more.

Two-time Asian champions Chris McHugh and Isaac Kapa, and current World U23 champions Nikki Laird and Mariafe Artacho del Solar will head the Australian challenge, with both teams also hoping to take a major step towards qualifying for this year’s Rio Olympics.

The Asian Championships carry valuable qualifying points for Rio, providing extra incentive for the best teams from Asia and Oceania to perform well.

The Asian Championships will be hosted by Jonathan Fogarty, with expert analysis from Olympic Beach Volleyball Gold Medalist Kerri Pottharst and American Beach Volleyball legend Randy Stoklos.

Beach Volleyball - Asian Championships
Monday 28 March 2016

Sydney 2pm LIVE on 7TWO
Melbourne 2pm LIVE on 7TWO
Brisbane 1pm LIVE on 7TWO
Adelaide 1.30pm LIVE on 7TWO
Perth 12pm LIVE on 7TW


Lleyton Hewitt ready for Davis Cup comeback! This weekend on Seven | @7Tennis

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Lleyton Hewitt is on standby to come out of retirement as playing captain, with Nick Kyrgios withdrawn due to illness from the Davis Cup that will be live on Channel 7, 7TWO and the 7Tennis app starting tomorrow.


Lleyton Hewitt continues final Australian Open campaign on Day 4 | @7Tennis #AusOpen

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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.


Kyrgios, Djokovic, Sharapova and Federer to star on Day 3 | @7Tennis #AusOpen

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Livewire Aussie Nick Kyrgios is set to take on Uruguay's Pablo Cuevas LIVE on Channel 7/7TWO/7mate and the 7Tennis app from 6.45pm AEDT tomorrow (Wednesday).

The young Aussie, ranked 11 spots higher on the ATP rankings, has never played the 30 year old right hander before, but will enjoy something of a home ground advantage on his favourite, Hisense Arena.

Also at night, World No. 1 Novak Djokovic will be out on Rod Laver Arena, while Aussies Omar Jasika and Daria Gavrilova will face Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Petra Kvitova respectively on Margaret Court Arena. Crowd favourite Eugenie Bouchard will be facing off against fourth seed Agnieska Radwanska from 7pm AEDT.

Australian Open 2008 champion Maria Sharapova starts the day on Seven's coverage at 11am as she takes on Aliaksandra Sasnovich. Following that, six-time winner Serena Williams is up against Chinese Taipei's Su-Wei Hsieh, then 17-time Grand Slam title winner Roger Federer graces the court against Alexandr Dolgopolov late afternoon.


NIGHT televised feature matches from 6.45pm AEDT to include:

KYRGIOS, Nick (AUS) [29] vs CUEVAS, Pablo (URU) - first up on court

TSONGA, Jo-Wilfried (FRA) [9] vs JASIKA, Omar (AUS) - first up on court at 7pm AEDT

GAVRILOVA, Daria (AUS) vs KVITOVA, Petra (CZE) [6] - second up on court

RADWANSKA, Agnieszka (POL) [4] vs BOUCHARD, Eugenie (CAN) - first up on court at 7pm AEDT

DJOKOVIC, Novak (SRB) [1] vs HALYS, Quentin (FRA) - second up on court

DAY televised feature matches to include:

SASNOVICH, Aliaksandra (BLR) vs SHARAPOVA, Maria (RUS) [5] - first up on court

WILLIAMS, Serena (USA) [1] vs HSIEH, Su-Wei (TPE) - second up on court

FEDERER, Roger (SUI) [3] vs DOLGOPOLOV, Alexandr (UKR) - third up on court

GROTH, Sam (AUS) / HEWITT, Lleyton (AUS) vs LAJOVIC, Dusan (SRB) / TROICKI, Viktor (SRB)


Lleyton Hewitt begins final Australian Open campaign - Day 2 | @7Tennis #AusOpen

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The sporting world will hold its collective breath as Hewitt kicks off his 20th Australian Open campaign against fellow Aussie James Duckworth, who will be aiming to spoil the party.


Kim Clijsters joins Seven’s commentary team for 2016 Australian Open | @7Tennis @Clijsterskim

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Four-time Grand Slam winner Kim Clijsters will join Seven’s tennis commentary team for the 2016 Australian Open.


7 Tennis App now available on the big screen with New AppleTV | @7Tennis #AppleTV

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As Federer, Nadal, Williams and Kyrgios warm up for the Australian Open, The Seven Network has announced its 7Tennis app is now available for the latest generation Apple TV device.


The Australian PGA Championship - Begins Thursday Live on Seven | @7Sport

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Australia’s richest golf tournament in 2015, the Australian PGA Championship is being played for $1.75million and co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour of Australasia and European Tour.


International Rules Football - Live this weekend on 7Mate #AFL

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AFL players Luke Hodge, Patrick Dangerfield, Sam Mitchell and Nick Riewoldt will headline the Australian team aiming to retain the Cormac McAnallen Trophy in Sunday morning’s one-off International Rules Test against Ireland at Croke Park in Dublin.


Adam Scott to challenge this week for Australian Masters at Huntingdale | @7Sport

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The Australian Masters returns to its original home at Huntingdale Golf Club next Thursday with dual winner and world no. 12 Adam Scott leading the field.