Australian Open 2021: How to follow men's and women's finals on BBC TV, radio and online

Djokovic and Thiem with their trophies
Novak Djokovic (left) beat Dominic Thiem to win his eighth Australian Open last year
Australian Open 2021
Venue: Melbourne Park, Australia Dates: 8-21 February
Coverage: Watch highlights on BBC TV and online from 13 February and follow live commentaries of the key matches on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra and the BBC Sport website and app.

BBC Sport brings you live radio and text coverage plus TV highlights of the 2021 Australian Open finals.

There will be live radio and text commentaries from 08:30 GMT of the women's final on Saturday and the men's final on Sunday.

Television highlights will be shown on BBC One, BBC iPlayer and online.

Naomi Osaka faces Jennifer Brady in Saturday's women's final while Novak Djokovic takes on Daniil Medvedev in the men's final on Sunday.

This year's tournament, which runs from 8 to 21 February, has been pushed back three weeks from its traditional January dates to enable players, coaches and officials to go through a strict coronavirus quarantine.

BBC TV coverage times

Times are GMT and subject to late changes.

Saturday, 20 February

Women's final: Osaka v Brady

Highlights - 14:15-15:45 - BBC One

Sunday, 21 February

Men's final: Djokovic v Medvedev

Highlights - 13:50-15:10 - BBC One


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