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The greatest AO matches to air on Nine

  • Nine's Wide World of Sports

In a time when most of the world’s biggest sporting leagues and competition have called a time out on their seasons, Nine’s Wide World of Sports continues its commitment to delivering fans some of the most unforgettable moments from the world of tennis with an exciting and entertaining new program.

The Greatest Australian Open Matches will air at 3.30pm AEDT every Saturday afternoon, starting Saturday, April 4.

Former tennis stars and members of Nine’s tennis commentary team Todd Woodbridge and Sam Groth analyse some of the most memorable Australian Open matches in the history of our Grand Slam.

From every gruelling rally, to every lightning ace and passionate point, the duo will pull apart the greatest moments of some of the best tennis players in the world.

This week: the tightly-fought struggle between Aussie star Nick Kyrgios and Russian Karen Khachanov which ended in the tightest of margins from this year’s Australian Open, and the gripping 2005 women’s semifinal between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova which went on to become an instant classic.

Serena Williams (R) defeated Maria Sharapova 2-6 7-5 8-6 in the Australian Open 2005 semifinals. (Getty Images)