What time is Carlos Alcaraz’s next match at Australian Open 2024? Schedule, live stream and TV channel

 

Carlos Alcaraz’s campaign at the 2024 Australian Open is underway, with the Spaniard seeded second behind defending champion Novak Djokovic as he gears up for a tilt at a third grand slam title — despite being just 20 years old.

 

A champion at the US Open and Wimbledon in 2022 and 2023 respectively, Alcaraz has also reached the semifinals of the French Open, but his record at Melbourne Park is certainly an underwhelming one by comparison with his best-placed finish being in the third round two years ago.

In 2024 though, the Spaniard is on the hunt to a achieve a career-best result in Melbourne, and if successful in reaching the final, could meet 10-time winner Djokovic in a rematch of last year’s Wimbledon decider, which Alcaraz shocked the world by winning.

Alcaraz has already beaten Richard Gasquet, Lorenzo Sonego and Shang Juncheng to now set up a fourth round meeting with Miomir Kecmanovic.

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When is Carlos Alcaraz’s next Australian Open 2024 match?

Alcaraz takes on Serbian star Miomir Kecmanovic in the fourth round which will take place on Monday, January 22 local time (AEDT).

What time is Carlos Alcaraz vs Miomir Kecmanovic?

Their match is scheduled to take place on Monday, January 22 but start times have not yet been confirmed. The Sporting News will update this section once the official schedule is confirmed.

Country Date Time
Australia (AEDT) Monday, January 22 TBC
UK (GMT) Monday, January 22 TBC
Canada (ET) Monday, January 22 TBC
US (ET) Monday, January 22 TBC

Carlos Alcaraz vs Miomir Kecmanovic TV channel, live stream

Although official listings are yet to be confirmed, it is most likely that Alcaraz’s fourth-round match will be chosen for live broadcast by rights holders around the world.

His previous match was shown via the following TV channels and live streams in the major territories:

Country TV channel Live stream
US ESPN, Tennis Channel Fubo, ESPN+
Canada RDS, TSN TSN Direct
UK Eurosport discovery+
Australia Channel Nine Stan Sport

 

Carlos Alcaraz’s record at the Australian Open

His career is still very much in its early stages, yet Alcaraz has shown himself to be a serious contender, and a champion, at three of the four grand slams on offer in the ATP Tour. He’s yet to crack the Australian Open, although has only played twice at the tournament.

Being his debut year on the tour, the 2020 edition of the Australian Open came too early for the then 16-year-old, who reached the second round on his tournament debut in 2021. He progressed to the third in 2022, but missed last year’s competition through injury.

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