Australian Open free live stream (2/10/21): How to watch Rafael Nadal and Coco Gauff, time, channel

The 2021 Australian Open continues Wednesday night and into Thursday morning with plenty of star power. Rafael Nadal, the second-seeded men’s singles player, and young American women’s standout Coco Gauff will play back-to-back second round matches that begin with Gauff’s at 3 a.m. ET on Feb. 11.

The action starts much earlier than that, at 7 p.m. ET on Feb. 10. American Sofia Kenin, seeded fourth in the women’s singles draw, takes to the court at 9 p.m. ET. Tennis Channel, ESPN NEWS and ESPN 2 will broadcast all the fun.

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Nadal will play the final match of Round 2 at Rod Laver Arena sometime early Thursday morning against unseeded Michael Mmoh, a 23-year-old American qualifier. Though Nadal has won a record-tying 20 Grand Slam singles titles, he’s captured the Australian Open championship just once (in 2009).

Before Nadal and Mmoh take the court, Gauff will step into the Rod Laver Arena spotlight.

The 16-year-old American surged to prominence last year and stares down a daunting challenge in her second round match. She’s set to square off against fifth-seeded Elina Svitolina, who has a couple Australian Open quarterfinal appearances on her resume.

Kenin does not carry the name recognition of Gauff or the Williams sisters, but she’s the reigning Australian Open champion and the highest seeded American woman in the field. She’ll play against Estonian Kaia Kanepi in a match scheduled to begin around 9 p.m. ET Wednesday.

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