What time does Nick Kyrgios play and how do you watch it?

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Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios will take on Britain’s Liam Brody in the first round of the Australian Open tonight.

Kyrgios has had a tough journey just to get on the court after testing positive to COVID-19 around 10 days before the tournament started.

He’ll look to use the strength of the boisterous crowd on his favourite court – John Cain Arena – to get him past the British qualifier.

Brody is a left-hander and ranked 127th in the world. He made it to the Australian Open the hard way dropping a set in each of his best of 3 qualifying matches.

What time is Nick Kyrgios playing tonight?
Kyrgios-Brody is the one and only match of the night session on John Cain arena.

Depending how the day match goes between Andy Murray and Nikoloz Basilashvili – Kyrgios should be on court just after 7pm AEDT.

That means his match is likely to start at around 7:15pm after introductions and warm-ups.

If you’re in Queensland you’ll need to tune in from 6pm AEST, 6:30pm if you’re in South Australia and 4pm if you’re in Western Australia on AWST.

How to watch Nick Kyrgios’ match
Channel 9 and Stan Sport own the rights to the Australian Open in Australia.

If you want to watch the match on normal free to air television you’ll need to tune into either Channel 9’s main channel (Channel 90 in metro areas) or 9GEM (channel 92 in metro areas) depending on where you are.

If you’d prefer to watch the match on a live stream you have two options with the free 9Now service or the paid subscription service Stan Sport which is ad-free. You can get a 7-day free trial with Stan Sport before you are charged a monthly minimum depending on which package you want.

The Roar will also be covering all things Kyrgios with a live blog of the match.

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