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Australian Open 2024: How to watch Marta Kostyuk vs. Coco Gauff in the quarterfinals right now

American tennis player Coco Gauff plays Ukrainian Marta Kostyuk tonight in the Australian Open quarterfinals. (Julian Finney/Getty Images)
American tennis player Coco Gauff plays Ukrainian Marta Kostyuk tonight in the Australian Open quarterfinals. (Julian Finney/Getty Images) (Getty Images)

The 2024 Australian Open is in full swing in Melbourne Park, Australia. Tonight, Coco Gauff and Marta Kostyuk face off in the quarterfinals. Gauff is on a hot streak: The No. 4 seed American teen is in her first-ever Australian Open quarterfinal without having dropped a single set. No. 35 seed Marta Kostyuk of Ukraine has faced Gauff once before, at the 2022 Adelaide International, where Gauff was victorious.

Kostyuk vs. Gauff isn't the only can't-miss quarterfinals match tonight. Later in the evening, Novak Djokovic faces Taylor Fritz, Barbora Krejcikova plays Aryna Sabalenka, and Jannik Sinner takes on Andrey Rublev. Are you ready to watch the Australian Open quarterfinals? Here’s everything you need to know about tuning into tonight's tennis tournament, including where to stream the Australian Open, how to watch matches for free and more.

How to watch Kostyuk vs. Gauff tonight at the Australian Open:

Date: Monday, Jan. 22, 2024

Time: Now!

Game: Australian Open quarterfinals

TV channel: ESPN, ABC, Tennis Channel

Streaming: ESPN+

When is Coco Gauff's next match?

Coco Gauff faces Marta Kostyuk in the Australian Open quarterfinals tonight — no earlier than 9 p.m. ET.

What channel is the Kostyuk vs. Gauff match on?

The Kostyuk vs. Gauff match will air on ESPN and stream live on ESPN+. In the US, coverage of the Australian Open is airing across ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 and ABC. The Tennis Channel is also broadcasting daily highlights, analysis and replays.

How to watch the 2024 Australian Open without cable:

On top of airing on ESPN, this year's Australian grand slam will stream live on ESPN+, so if you don't want to pay for a pricey cable or streaming package that includes ESPN, this is a budget-friendly alternative. An ESPN+ subscription grants you access to exclusive ESPN+ content including live events such as UFC Fight Night and F1 races, fantasy sports tools and premium ESPN+ articles. You can stream ESPN+ through an app on your smart TV, phone, tablet, computer and on

$10.99/month at ESPN

Starting at just $26 for your first month, Sling TV's Orange + Sports Extra add-on package offers the Tennis Channel, ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN3, as well as NBA TV, NHL Network and more. While Sling Orange doesn't include access to your local ABC affiliate, a TV antenna may help fill that gap for you. A Sling subscription also includes 50 hours of free DVR storage, so if you’re worried about missing any of the Grand Slam action, you can always record your games.

$26 for your first month at Sling

Hulu’s live TV tier includes access to live TV channels, ESPN+ and ad-supported Disney+, meaning you can watch the Australian Open across almost every channel airing coverage in the US, plus tune in via ESPN+ — and enjoy over 75 other channels. You’ll also enjoy access to unlimited DVR storage. 

$76/month at Hulu

Fubo TV’s Elite tier gives you access to the Tennis Channel and ESPN, plus ABC, NBC, ESPN2, CBS, NBA TV, Ion and 200+ more live channels. At $85 per month, the live TV streaming service is the priciest option on this list, but it still leaves you with major savings compared with a traditional cable package. Fubo subscribers also get 1,000 hours of cloud DVR storage. The platform offers a free trial.

Try free at Fubo

How to watch the Australian Open for free:

While ESPN is a pricey cable channel, Australian Open coverage will air free on Channel 9 and stream free in Australia on 9Now. If you're based in the US, you can still access free Australian Open coverage with the help of a VPN.

ExpressVPN offers "internet without borders," meaning you can tune into Australian Open matches totally free on 9Now, Channel 9's streaming platform, as opposed to paying for ESPN or ESPN+ for US coverage of the tennis tournament. All you'll need to do is sign up for ExpressVPN, change your server location to Australia, and tune into 9Now's live streaming coverage of every match in full HD. 

ExpressVPN’s added protection, speed and range of location options makes it an excellent choice for first-time VPN users looking to stretch their streaming abilities. The service has servers in 94 countries including Australia, and it's easy to use with an app available on all major devices including iPhone, Android, Windows, Mac, Apple smart TVs and Amazon Fire streaming sticks. Plus, it's Engadget's top pick for the best streaming VPN. New users can save 49% when they sign up for ExpressVPN’s 12-month subscription. Plus, the service offers a 30-day money-back guarantee in case you're nervous about trying a VPN for the first time.

$7 at ExpressVPN

Who is playing in the 2024 Australian Open?

Tennis’ 2024 Australian Open will see some of the sport's biggest stars hit the courts. They'll include world No.1 Djokovic, world No.1 Iga Światek, 2023 Australian Open women’s champion No. 2 Sabalenka, 2023 Wimbledon champion and world No. 2 Carlos Alcaraz, 2023 U.S. Open Champion No. 3 Coco Gauff, Frances Tiafoe, No. 5 Jessica Pegula and rising star Ben Shelton. This year’s Australian Open also marks the return of Naomi Osaka.

Rafael Nadal will be sitting out the tournament after injuring his recently repaired hip.

Australian Open 2024 Schedule

Due to the time difference, the Australian Open schedule is a bit wonky for US viewers. For American audiences, day matches start at 7 p.m. ET the night before, with more matches rolling in at 8 p.m. ET, 9 p.m ET or later and 11 p.m. ET or later. Night sessions start at 3 a.m. ET.

Monday, Jan. 22

Men’s and women’s fourth-round matches

Tuesday, Jan. 23

Men’s and women’s quarter-finals

Wednesday, Jan. 24

Men’s and women’s quarter-finals

Thursday, Jan. 25

Women’s semi-finals

Friday, Jan. 26

Men’s semi-finals

Saturday, Jan. 27

Women’s final, men’s doubles final

Sunday, Jan. 28

Men’s final, women’s doubles final