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Men's Australian Open Final 2021
Novak Djokovic heads to the 2021 Australian Open final looking to add a 19th Grand Slam to his remarkable CV. Just Daniil Medvedev stands in his way, in search of his first Grand Slam after overcoming Stefanos Tsitsipas in the semi-finals.
When is the Men's Australian Open Final?
The Men’s Australian Open Final will take place on Sunday 21 February between Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev. The action will begin at 9am UK time from the Main Stadium at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne Park.
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Australian Open Final: UK TV Channel
UK coverage will be broadcast exclusively by Eurosport with the final airing on Eurosport 1 on Sunday morning.
Djokovic vs Medvedev Odds
Inevitably, the number one seed Djokovic heads into the final as the narrow favourite, currently priced at 19/20.
His opponent and world number three Medvedev is hoping to add a first Grand Slam to his trophy cabinet, after losing to Rafael Nadal in the US Open in 2019 – his first slam Final. You can back Medvedev at a best price of 6/5 to beat Djokovic in Melbourne.
Women's Australian Open Final 2021
Naomi Osaka booked her place in the final on Friday after beating an unusually error-prone Serena Williams in straight sets 6-3, 6-4. Osaka’s opponent in the final, Jennifer Brady, has booked a place in her first Grand Slam final after overcoming Karolina Muchova in a pulsating semi-final encounter.
When is the Women's Australian Open Final?
The Women’s Australian Open Final will start at 8:30am UK time on Saturday 20 February live from the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne.
Women's Australian Open Final: UK TV Channel
UK viewers can catch the action exclusively on Eurosport.
Osaka vs Brady Odds
Naomi Osaka goes into the Australian Open Final as heavy odds-on favourite at a price of 1/4. The 23-year-old three-time Grand Slam champion is looking to add to her growing trophy collection in the first major of the season.
Jennifer Brady enters her first Grand Slam final with significantly less experience but a point to prove. The American is currently priced at best odds of 4/1 to cause an upset.