The Australian Open 2022 finals have arrived following a gruelling tournament full of twists and high quality, particularly in the Men's Singles where Rafael Nadal boasts a huge shot at glory.
The Spanish superstar is tied with Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer on 20 Grand Slams in his career. Victory over world No.2 and reigning champion Daniil Medvedev in Sunday's final will take him to a league of his own, with more Slams than any other male player in history.
If Medvedev triumphs, he will go top of the world rankings, dislodging Djokovic from his one-time comfortable perch on top of the world.
- Australian Open 2022 schedule – daily order of play
British interests quickly dropped out of this year's tournament after BBC SPOTY winner Emma Raducanu and former two-time finalist Sir Andy Murray were dumped out in the second round. Dan Evans was the last Brit standing but fell in the middle weekend.
Fans in the UK may not have time difference on their side with Melbourne 11 hours ahead of Britain, but many will stay up late and wake up early to watch their favourites in action.
As the tournament progresses and seeded stars collide, you can expect the drama to ramp up. And when it does all boil over, you'll want the best seat in the house to soak up every moment.
RadioTimes.com brings you all the latest Australian Open 2022 TV channel details as the tournament continues Down Under.
Australian Open 2022 TV channel in the UK
The Australian Open is being shown across Eurosport TV channels in the UK.
Eurosport 1 and 2 will boast wall-to-wall coverage of the tournament each day as the rounds progress.
Coverage will begin at midnight (UK time) every night due to the vast time difference between Melbourne and the UK.
Australian Open 2022 live stream in the UK
You can stream every match of the 2022 Australian Open live and on-demand on discovery+.
The discovery+ Entertainment & Sport plan is available for £6.99 a month. Check out our guide below for a limited time offer to soak up the Australian Open and Winter Olympics all in one.
You can also tune in via the Eurosport Player which comes to £6.99 per month or £39.99 a year.
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 before.
However, this only grants access to Eurosport 1 + 2, meaning you won't get comprehensive access to every live stream and every match.