Sony Sports Network will broadcast the year’s first Grand Slam event, Australian Open 2022, Live on Sony Six, Sony Ten 2, Sony Ten 3 and Sony Ten 4 channels from January 17 to January 30, 2022. Hindi feed will be available on Sony Ten 3 channels and English feed on Sony Six, Sony Ten 2 and Sony Ten 4. It can also be live-streamed online through SonyLIV.
The network will provide in-depth insights and analysis on their Live studio show ‘Extraa Serve’ which will be hosted by Arpit Sharma and Sarthak Lal. Former tennis players such as Somdev Devvarman, Purav Raja and Gaurav Natekar are going to feature as expert panellists on the show with on-ground reporter Adriano Del Monte. Sony Ten 3 channels’ Hindi commentary will be provided by Manish Batavia, Atish Thukral and Gaurav Natekar.
Sony has onboarded advertisers from various sectors for this year’s edition with brands including Lenovo, Amul, Kia Motors, and LIC as sponsors along with other advertisers like Skoda, Total Oil, Ford, Go Mechanic, Mercedes, Dafa News, Fairplay News, 1X News, Netmed and Apple.
This year Ash Barty will attempt to become the first local player to win an Australian Open singles title in 44 years while defending champion Naomi Osaka is expected to return and will target a fifth career major singles title. Rafael Nadal, tied with Djokovic at 20 career major singles titles, will also be competing for the first time since August and will hope to end Djokovic’s streak at the Australian Open 2022.
Top Indian players like Rohan Bopanna and Sania Mirza will participate in this year’s tournament. Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna will also be playing in the Australian Open 2022. This edition of the Grand Slam will witness the 100th anniversary of the women’s competition as well and on this occasion, there is a historic change in the schedule of the tournament with both women’s semifinal matches moving to the night session.
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