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Things to do, Fairs and festivals Rod Laver Arena , Melbourne Monday February 8 2021 - Sunday February 21 2021
Angelique Kerber of Germany takes on Serena Williams of the United States on day thirteen of the Australian Open in Melbourne, Australia on Saturday, January 30, 2016.(Ben Solomon/Tennis Australia)
Photograph: Ben Solomon

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Get all the on-court action at the 2021 Australian Open

Every year, thousands head to Melbourne Park to watch the superstars of tennis battle it out in the fierce summer heat. Despite the heatwaves that occur regularly during the event (temperatures of 35 degrees or higher are common) the Australian Open continues to attract the world's best tennis players and their fans to the southern hemisphere's only Grand Slam tournament.

The 2021 tournament has been postponed and will now begin on Monday, February 8. To ensure everyone's safety, the AO experience won't look exactly like it used to. The entire Melbourne Park precinct will be divided into three zones – one of each of the three major arenas, Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena and John Cain Arena. Each zone has its own separate food and drinks zone and its own live experience line-up. You sadly won't be able to travel between the zones after you enter. 

Day and night sessions are still available and adult tickets start at $49. You can click the 'buy ticket' button above to get yours. 


Event website:
Venue name: Rod Laver Arena
Address: Batman Ave & Olympic Blvd

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