What time is Andy Murray playing at the Australian Open?
Your complete guide to Andy Murray's next match in the Australian Open including match time, date and how to watch it live
Andy Murray is out of the Australian Open 2022 after being defeated in the second round by Taro Daniel
Sir Andy Murray started his Australian Open 2022 journey in excellent fashion as he fought out an excellent five-set victory over No.21 seed Nikoloz Basilashvili in the first round.
The five-time finalist will progress to the second round in high spirits after his impressive victory.
His heartening performances in the Sydney International tournament – where he made it to the final last weekend – will give Murray plenty of cause for optimism.
UK fans will always continue to back Murray everywhere he goes, and simply seeing him compete on the biggest stages in tennis is enough to celebrate.
Murray won't see it that way though. He isn't going to make up the numbers or to simply show his face. He's going Down Under to win tennis matches. Come on, Andy!
RadioTimes.com brings you all the details about Andy Murray's next match including what time he is playing and how to watch every moment on TV.
What time is Andy Murray playing in the Australian Open?
Andy Murray plays his next match at the Australian Open 2022 at TBC UK time on Thursday 20th January 2022 for UK fans.
That means an early start for big fans of the former Australian Open finalist, or fans can catch up with all the highlights and on-demand replays at a more reasonable hour.
Andy Murray next match
Thursday 20th January 2022 – TBC UK time
Andy Murray v Taro Daniel
US-born Japanese player Taro Daniel defeated three Italian players in the qualifiers to reach the main draw of the Australian Open. He beat Marcelo Tomas Barrios Vera in the first round to equal his best performance at a major already. He is ranked No.120 in the world.
How to watch Andy Murray at the Australian Open
You can tune in to watch all the Australian Open 2022 on discovery+ with a pass to all of the Eurosport coverage.
Eurosport is also available through Amazon Prime meaning there are more ways to keep track of the biggest tennis stars in the Australian Open than ever.