WHAT IS TODAY'S ORDER OF PLAY?
Click here for the daily order of play, plus analysis of the day's biggest matches.
WHEN IS THE TOURNAMENT, AND WHERE IS IT BEING PLAYED?
Australian Open 2016 - exclusively live on Eurosport in the UK
The Australian Open runs from 18-31 January.
The action takes place at Melbourne Park, which has hosted the Australian Open since 2016. Check out maps and venue guides here.
HOW CAN I WATCH ON EUROSPORT?
Eurosport will broadcast the 2016 Australian Open exclusively live in the UK across Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2, with Eurosport 1 dedicated solely to the Australian Open for the duration of the tournament.
The tournament will also be available via the Eurosport Player, which will provide comprehensive coverage of the Australian Open with LIVE feeds from all 16 match courts for the first time, allowing viewers to select their own matches – all available on multiple devices for a monthly subscription fee. Click here for full details.
Plus there will be comprehensive live scoring, video clips, news and features right here on eurosport.co.uk.
|Eurosport 1||Eurosport 2|
|Sky 410 (SD/HD)||Sky 411 (SD/HD)|
|BT TV 412 | 435 (HD)||BT TV 413 | 436 (HD)|
|Virgin Media 521 | 522 (HD)||Virgin Media 525 | 526 (HD)|
|Virgin Media Ireland 423 | 424 (HD)||Virgin Media Ireland 425 | 426 (HD)|
ARE TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE?
Yes, they certainly are - if you're lucky enough to find yourself in Melbourne. Check out the official ticket hub for single and multi-session tickets and packages.
HAS THE DRAW BEEN MADE?
Yes. The draw was conducted on Friday, with Andy Murray facing German teenager Alexander Zverev. You can see the full men's draw and the full women's draw here.
AND WHO ARE THE TOP SEEDS?
Perhaps unsurprisingly, Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams are the two top seeds. Both won three Grand Slam titles last year, including this one. Andy Murray is seeded second for Britain.
You can see the full list of seeds on the Australian Open website.
PRE-TOURNAMENT BETTING ODDS
- Novak Djokovic - 4/5
- Andy Murray - 11/2
- Roger Federer - 7/1
- Rafael Nadal - 10/1
- Stan Wawrinka - 12/1
- Kei Nishikori - 20/1
- Serena Williams - 3/1
- Victoria Azarenka - 6/1
- Maria Sharapova - 9/1
- Simona Halep - 10/1
- Garbine Muguruza - 12/1
- Petra Kvitova - 14/1
'I blew it, I messed up' - Murray on defeat to Rublev in Rotterdam
Highlights: Murray comes up short against Rublev in Rotterdam