Australian Open Quarter-Final Schedule: TV Channel, FREE Live Stream Info | Ash Barty vs Jessica Pegula, Rafael Nadal vs Denis Shapovalov


Ashleigh Barty will face a challenge from Jessica Pegula, the daughter of Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula, in the quarter-finals of the 2022 Australian Open, which kicks off in Melbourne on Monday January 24 (24/01/2022).

This is just one of many exciting matches as the Australian Open 2022 enters its final stages. Matches will be broadcast on ESPN2 and the Tennis Channel, and can be streamed live on fuboTV, ESPN+ and other live TV services.

The women’s champ features a matchup between No. 1 seed Ashleigh Barty and No. 21 seed Jessica Pegula. Pegula upset Greek tennis star Maria Sakkari 7(7)-6(0), 6-3 in the round of 16, and she wasn’t the only major upset of the round.

On the men’s side, Denis Shapovalov toppled world No. 3 Alexander Zverev 6-3, 7-6(5), 6-3, and will now face Rafael Nadal in the quarter-finals. Nadal is closing in on his record 21st Grand Slam title.

What is the Australian Open 2022 quarter-final TV schedule?

Every hour ET.

  • 1/24, 7 p.m. on ESPN2. Stream on fuboTV, ESPN+, Sling, DirecTV Stream, Hulu+ Live TV, YouTube TV.
  • 1/25, 7 a.m. on Tennis Channel. Stream on fuboTV, ESPN+, Sling, DirecTV Stream.
  • 01/25, 9 p.m. on ESPN2. Stream on fuboTV, ESPN+, Sling, DirecTV Stream, Hulu+ Live TV, YouTube TV.
  • 01/26, 7:00 a.m. on Tennis Channel. Stream on fuboTV, ESPN+, Sling, DirecTV Stream.

You can also stream the action from every court every day of the tournament on ESPN+. Looking for a specific match? Check out the full schedule at

How can I stream the tournament for FREE?

Cable-subscribed fans can log on to and with their cable credentials to stream the tournament for free.

Cord cutters can also sign up for a free trial of fuboTV to enjoy all the TV coverage on ESPN2 and Tennis Channel.

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Story by The Associated Press

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Rafael Nadal finally got the better of a crazy long tiebreaker and knew he had won half the battle.

After saving four set points and missing the opening six, Nadal finally clinched a tiebreaker that lasted 28 minutes and 40 seconds to put himself on track to secure a spot in the Open House quarter-finals. Australia for the 14th time.

Following his 7-6(14), 6-2, 6-2 fourth-round win over fellow left-hander Adrian Mannarino on Sunday, Nadal is potentially just three wins away from a men’s record 21st singles title in the Grand Slam.

He then reflected on a tiebreaker where the momentum swung wildly; where the chants of “Let’s go Rafa, let’s go!” rang ; where a point was decided on a 25-hit exchange with both players jostling hard; and it only ended when Nadal flew from deep in the pitch and Mannarino’s reflex response went wildly distorted.

“Well, you know, I played a couple,” he said with a smile, referring to the long tiebreakers. “But, yes, (it was) crazy, chances for both. And, yes, lucky to win that tie-break at the end, right?

“Half the game on the tie-break, no doubt.”

Nadal next faces Denis Shapovalov, the 22-year-old Canadian who earned a 6-3, 7-6(5), 6-3 win over Olympic gold medalist Alexander Zverev at Margaret Court Arena less than an hour later. late to reach the last eight in Australia for the first time.

Shapovalov had to self-isolate after testing positive for COVID-19 when he arrived in Australia ahead of the first major tournament of the year, but recovered quickly to help Canada win the ATP Cup in Sydney and to now reach a Grand Slam quarter-final for the third time.

1 Ash Barty advanced to the quarter-finals for the fourth straight year when she beat 20-year-old American Amanda Anisimova 6-4, 6-3.

Barty is aiming to be the first Australian woman to win her Grand Slam title on home soil since 1978 and has come through the first four rounds without dropping a set.

Anisimova, fresh off a third-round win over defending champion Naomi Osaka, beat Barty’s first service game of the second set – a first for the tournament – but the two-time major winner responded by winning six of the last seven games .

Barty beat Anisimova in the 2019 French Open semi-final en route to winning her first Grand Slam title and won her second at Wimbledon last year.

She will next face 21st seed Jessica Pegula, who beat fifth seed Maria Sakkari 7-6 (0), 6-3.

French Open champion Barbora Krejcikova cruised to a 6-2, 6-2 win over two-time Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka and is in the last eight for the third time in four Grand Slams .

Wimbledon runner-up Matteo Berrettini completed a Grand Slam set with a 7-5, 7-6(4), 6-4 win over 19th seed Pablo Carreno Busta in the final match of Day 7 .

Seventh-seeded Berrettini has now reached the quarter-finals of all four major tennis tournaments and will next face No.17 Gael Monfils, who beat Miomir Kecmanovic 7-5, 7-6(4), 6-3. Monfils, 35, qualified for the last eight for the second time in 17 trips to Melbourne Park.

Nadal, in his 17th Australian campaign, is now tied with John Newcombe for second on the all-time list for most Australian Open quarter-finals, one behind Roger Federer’s 15.

It is also the 35-year-old Spaniard’s 45th time in the last eight of a Grand Slam tournament, who is third on the all-time list behind Federer (58) and Novak Djokovic (51).

He shares the men’s record of 20 major titles with Federer and Djokovic. But he is the only one of the trio to play in this tournament. Nine-time Australian Open champion Djokovic was expelled on the eve of the tournament for failing to meet Australia’s strict COVID-19 vaccination rules. Federer is recovering from an injury.

Mannarino, who did not complete his 4 hour and 38 minute four-set, third-round win over No.18 Aslan Karatsev until 2 a.m. on Saturday and appeared to be hampered by an abdominal or upper leg injury , threw it all away. to Nadal in the first set on Rod Laver Arena, where temperatures approached 33 Celsius (91 F).

“After the first set, I couldn’t really fight against Rafa,” said Mannarino, 33, ranked No. 69. “You know, he was playing too well for me not to be 100 percent. The second and third sets went all the way for Rafa, so that’s it.

The first set lasted 85 minutes, including the breaker, but after earning early breaks in the second and third sets, the match was over in 2 hours and 40 minutes.

“I’m very happy to have survived that first set, no doubt about it,” said sixth-seeded Nadal, who saved one of only two save-ball chances he faced, and converted five of 17. “That crazy first set was so important.”

Shapovalov, seeded No. 14, spent almost 11 hours on the court in the first three rounds, winning twice in four sets and once in five, and was surprised by the relative speed of his 2 win. hours and 21 minutes on Zverev.

“Certainly happy with the state of the game,” he said. “I played pretty smart today.”

Shapovalov reached the quarter-finals of the US Open in 2020 and was a semi-finalist at Wimbledon last year, his best career run to date at a major tournament. He will have to face one of the greatest in the game.

“It’s always an honor to face a guy like Rafa,” Shapovalov said. “It’s always fun. It’s always going to be a battle against him.

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