Aus Open: Saturday's order of play

Andy Murray, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Serena Williams are all in action on day six of the Australian Open.

    Andy Murray closes in on that elusive Grand Slam on day six of the Australian Open? [GETTY]

    Order of play for the main showcourts on Saturday 21 January at the Australian Open in Melbourne. A full schedule of play can be found here.

    Rod Laver Arena 11:00 am (0000 GMT)

    • Maria Kirilenko (RUS No 27) v Petra Kvitova (CZE No 2)

    Followed by

    • Angelique Kerber (GER No 30) v Maria Sharapova (RUS No 4)
    • Novak Djokovic (SRB No 1) v Nicolas Mahut (FRA)

    7:00 pm

    • Greta Arn (HUN) v Serena Williams (USA No 12)

    Followed by

    • Milos Raonic (CAN No 23) v Lleyton Hewitt (AUS)

    Hisense Arena 11:00 am

    • Frederico Gil (POR) v Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA No 6)

    Followed by

    • Vania King (USA) v Ana Ivanovic (SRB No 21)
    • Sabine Lisicki (GER No 14) v Svetlana Kuznetsova (RUS No 18)

    7:00 pm

    • Andy Murray (GBR No 4) v Michael Llodra (FRA)

    Margaret Court Arena - not before 12:30 pm

    • Vera Zvonareva (RUS No 7) v Ekaterina Makarova (RUS)
    • Janko Tipsarevic (SRB No 9) v Richard Gasquet (FRA No 17)
    • Mikhail Kukushkin (KAZ) v Gael Monfils (FRA No 14)

    Show Court 2 11:00 am

    • Sorana Cirstea (ROM) v Sara Errani (ITA)

    Followed by (not before 12:30 pm)

    • Juan Ignacio Chela (ARG No 27) v David Ferrer (ESP No 5)

    Show Court 3 Not before 12:30 pm

    • Zheng Jie (CHN) v Marion Bartoli (FRA No 9)
    • Julien Benneteau (FRA) v Kei Nishikori (JPN No 24)

    SOURCE: AFP


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