Here we go again. The second day of the Open is already well underway after a successful opening on Monday, which was somewhat of a relief – considering how overwhelming the build-up had been whose name should no longer be mentioned — and served the usual mix of intrigue and upset.
Today, the preliminary round is on with 60 more matches left. is coming Andy Murray, a five-time finalist but never a winner at Melbourne Park, who plays the familiar foe Nikoloz Basilashvilik At John Kane Arena, 3pm local, 4am UK.
That struggle promises to be an appetizer for the feast in the evening session, when Nick Kyrgios Let’s take our bow at this year’s tournament at 7 p.m. AEDT / 8 p.m. GMT. The Australians, as always, will be expected to provide fireworks in their struggle against Britain. Liam Brody, also often at the raucous John Cain Arena.
At the same time, another Australian favorite Alex de Minori intensifies his campaign and is running against him Lorenzo Musetti Margaret at Court Arena before US Open winner Emma Radukanu fulfills Sloane Stephens US to end evening session
On the rod lever, the second seed Daniil Medvedev And Aryna Sabalenka both are in action, with Stephanos Tsitsipas, always a popular figure in Melbourne, to follow. Plus a lot more, of course.