SEN is set and ready to serve up the 2023 AO

Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) has assembled a grand slam lineup of tennis experts to head up the network’s tennis coverage ahead of the first serve of the 2023 Australian Open.

The SEN Tennis team will feature a number of renowned tennis greats as 17-time Grand Slam Doubles Champion Mark Woodforde and 2006 Australian Open singles finalist Marcos Baghdatis, team up with former players and now global commentators Louise Pleming and Robbie Koening.

Current Australian doubles superstars Luke Saville and reigning US Open Mixed Doubles Champion Storm Hunter will bring the players’ perspective.

New York Times correspondent Christopher Clarey will contribute a global lens to the coverage along with Canadian broadcaster and writer Stephanie Myles.

Rounding out the SEN Tennis team is the network’s own tennis ace and host of the popular radio program The First Serve, Brett Phillipsalongside Jordan Kounelis.

SEN Tennis will air from 7pm each night during the tournament, covering all night matches plus selected matches featuring Australian players, while Middle Saturday will provide non-stop coverage across the entire SEN network from midday.

Additionally, Dwayne Russell will be live on location at Rod Laver Arena during the tournament’s first week, broadcasting his Dwayne’s World program live, featuring interviews with the biggest names in tennis as the event unfolds.

Chief Executive Craig Hutchison says, “The Australian Open is one of the marquee events on the sporting calendar and a fantastic way to begin the new year, and we’re excited to be the Official Radio Broadcast Partner.

“We’ve assembled a wide range of experts from around the globe to provide tennis fans with the most comprehensive coverage of the two-week journey. From current and former players to the most respected voices in the tennis media, SEN has the AO coverage from all angles.”

SEN’s live coverage of the Australian Open begins on January 16th from 7pm across the SEN network and SEN app, including stations:

  • SEN 1116am (Melbourne)
  • SEN 1170am (Sydney)
  • SENQ 693am (Brisbane)
  • SEN Gold Coast 1620am
  • SEN SA 1629am (Adelaide)
  • SEN Mt. Gambier 1629am
  • SEN Top End 1611am (Darwin)
  • SEN Tassie 1629am (Hobart)
  • SEN Spirit 621am (Bunbury)
  • SEN Peel (DAB+)
  • SEN Fanatic (DAB+)
  • SEN WA (App)
  • SEN Geelong (App)
  • SEN Ballarat (App)
  • SEN Shepparton (App)
  • SEN Sunraysia (App)

SEN’s coverage of the 2023 Australian Open is available in New Zealand via SENZ.

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