Aus Open: Wednesday's order of play

The women's world number one Caroline Wozniacki stars on the Hisense arena on day three of the Australian Open.

    Top seeded Caroline Wozniacki is up against Anna Tatishvili in the second round [GALLO/GETTY] 

    Order of play for the main showcourts on Wednesday 18 January at the Australian Open in Melbourne. A full schedule of play can be found here.

    Rod Laver Arena 11:00 am (0000 GMT)

    • Olivia Rogowska (AUS) v Li Na (CHI No 5)

    Followed by

    • Kim Clisters (BEL No 11) v Stephanie Foretz Gacon (FRA)
    • Tommy Haas (GER) v Rafael Nadal (ESP No 2)

    Not before 7:00 pm

    Sam Querrey (USA) v Bernard Tomic (AUS)
    Victoria Azarenka (BLR No 3) v Casey Dellacqua (AUS)

    Hisense Arena 11:00 am

    • Tomas Berdych (CZE No 7) v Olivier Rochus (BEL)

    Followed by

    • Chang Kai-Chen (TPE) v Jelena Jankovic (SRB No 13) 
    • Caroline Wozniacki (DEN No 1) V Anna Tatishvili (GEO)
    • Andreas Beck (GER) v Roger Federer (SUI No 3)

    Margaret Court Arena

    • Lesia Tsurenko (UKR) v Daniela Hantuchova (SVK No 20)

    Followed by

    • Francesca Schiavone (ITA No 10) v Romina Oprandi (ITA) 
    • John Isner (USA No 16) v David Nalbandian (ARG) 
    • Paula Ormaechea (ARG) v Agnieszka Radwanska (POL No 8)

    Not before 7:00 pm

    • Stanislas Wawrinka (SWI No 21) v Marcos Baghdatis (CYP)

    Show Court 2

    • Anabel Medina Garrigues (ESP No 26) v. Olga Govortsova (BLR)

    Followed by

    • Blaz Kavcic (SLO) v. Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG No 11)

    • Pauline Parmentier (FRA) v. Monica Niculescu (ROU No 31)

    • Alexandr Dolgopolov (UKR No 13) v. Tobias Kamke (GER)

    Show Court 3

    • Mardy Fish (USA No 8) v. Alejandro Falla (COL)

    Followed by

    • Eleni Daniilidou (GRE) v. Julia Goerges (GER No 22)

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    SOURCE: Agencies


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