ANDY MURRAY is back on the court at the Australian Open for the first time since 2019.

The former British No. 1 has made it to the final four times in Melbourne but has never won the tournament.

Murray has fought back from a possibly career-ending injury and was in top form as he defeated Nikoloz Basilashvili in the first round.

When Is Andy Murray’s Next Match At The Australian Open, And Who Is His Opponent?
When Is Andy Murray’s Next Match At The Australian Open, And Who Is His Opponent? Image Source: Tennis World

When is Murray’s next match?

After defeating Basilashvili, Murray will play Taro Daniel of Japan in the second round.
On Thursday, January 20th, the match will take place.
It will take place in the early hours of the morning in the United Kingdom.
Around 4 a.m. GMT, expect things to get started.
Tennis schedules are subject to change, as they always are if previous matches go longer than scheduled.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

All of the action will be shown live on Eurosport 1.
At 3.30 a.m., coverage will begin.
 
 
Discovery+ is also available in the UK, with a monthly membership costing £6.99.
 
You can also keep up with all of the action on SunSport’s live blog.

How is Murray’s recent form?

Murray has suffered major injuries since 2017 and has only made it beyond the second round of Grand Slams once.
That was at last year’s Wimbledon when a raucous home crowd cheered him on as he succumbed to Denis Shapovalov in the third round.
 
The 34-year-old is still on the mend and has looked back in the saddle in recent weeks, reaching his first final since 2019 in Sydney.
He may have lost the match against Aslan Karatsev, but he defeated Basilashvili 3-1 at Wimbledon last year.
Murray will be looking to build on his excellent start to 2022 given that his hip issues seem to be resolved.

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