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2016 US Open Tennis - Live and Exclusive next week on Fox Sports

SportMedia Release

Fox Sports will be the only place to see the drama and the glory unfold, with live and exclusive coverage of all days of the competition, including both the women’s and men’s finals.


Stosur to start Aussie charge tonight at Wimbledon on Seven

SportMedia Release

Australia’s top ranked woman Sam Stosur will lead the charge at Wimbledon tonight first up on court against Poland’s world no. 93 Magda Linette exclusively live on 7TWO, Channel 7 and the 7Tennis app.


Wimbledon - Full Broadcast Guide for Seven, 7Two and Plus7

SportMedia Release

Firebrand Nick Kyrgios, world no. 22 Bernard Tomic, an in-form Sam Stosur and a host of Aussies will lead the charge at Wimbledon as fans enjoy live and free coverage of The Championships on Seven.


ESPN Australia secures new five-year ATP Tennis Broadcast Deal | @Foxtel @ESPNAusNZ

SportKevin Perry

ESPN has reached a five-year extension of their agreement with ATP Media, the broadcast arm of the ATP World Tour, for telecast rights in Australia and New Zealand of the nine ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events, thirteen ATP World Tour 500 events and the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.


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

SportKevin Perry

Lleyton Hewitt is on standby to come out of retirement as playing captain, with Nick Kyrgios withdrawn due to illness from the Davis Cup that will be live on Channel 7, 7TWO and the 7Tennis app starting tomorrow.


Andy Murray vs Milos Raonic - Friday Night Semi-Final Showdown | @7Tennis #AusOpen

SportKevin Perry

Andy Murray
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Brit Andy Murray will be searching for his fifth Australian Open final berth on Friday night against Canadian Milos Raonic who is aiming for his first-ever Grand Slam tournament final.

It promises to be an enthralling contest, with the head-to-head count locked on three wins apiece. Murray has won their only previous meeting in a Grand Slam tournament, triumphing in straight sets at the US Open in 2012.



NIGHT televised feature match from 7pm AEDT:

Australian Open Men’s Semi Final

RAONIC, Milos (CAN) [13] vs MURRAY, Andy (GBR) [2]


DAY televised feature matches from 3pm AEDT to include:

Mixed Doubles Semi Final

KLEPAC, Andreja (SLO) / HUEY, Treat (PHI) vs VANDEWEGHE, Coco (USA) / TECAU, Horia (ROU)

Women’s Doubles Final

HINGIS, Martina (SUI) / MIRZA, Sania (IND) [1] vs HLAVACKOVA, Andrea (CZE) / HRADECKA, Lucie (CZE) [7]



Australian Open - Day 12

Sydney          3pm – 5.30pm LIVE on Channel 7, 5.30pm – 7pm LIVE on 7TWO

Melbourne   3pm – 5.30pm LIVE on Channel 7, 5.30pm – 7pm LIVE on 7TWO

Brisbane       2pm – 4.30pm LIVE on Channel 7, 5.30pm – 7pm LIVE on 7TWO

Adelaide       2.30pm – 5pm LIVE on Channel 7, 5pm – 7pm LIVE on 7TWO

Perth             12pm LIVE on Channel 7


Australian Open - Night 12

Sydney          7pm LIVE on Channel 7

Melbourne   7pm LIVE on Channel 7

Brisbane       7pm LIVE on Channel 7

Adelaide       7pm LIVE on Channel 7

Perth             6pm LIVE on 7TWO


Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic Semi-Final Clash - Thursday on @7Tennis #AusOpen

SportKevin Perry

Five-time Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic takes on 17-time Grand Slam title winner Roger Federer in what promises to be an epic encounter for a place in the men’s final and a shot at the coveted Norman Brookes Challenge Cup.


Gael Monfils flies into Wednesday Night Tennis on Seven | #AusOpen @7Tennis

SportKevin Perry

Tennis fans are set for an entertaining show Wednesday night at the Australian Open, as Gael Monfils takes on Canadian Milos Raonic for a spot in the semi finals.


Bernard Tomic takes centre stage - Monday Night at Australian Open | @7Tennis #AusOpen

SportKevin Perry

First up on Rod Laver Arena at 7pm AEDT, Tomic will be aiming for an upset win to catapult him deep into the tournament.


Seven's misleading Tennis Ratings | @7Tennis

OpinionKevin Perry

 With the Australian Open underway this week in Melbourne, the Seven Network has been trumpeting ‘digital record’ views for its new online streaming service 7Tennis.