In the Women’s Singles event, Danish star Caroline Wozniacki will hope to overcome Romania’s Simona Halep to take the top spot in the world rankings.
Both matches are only available on Eurosport in the UK, but don’t worry – even if you’re not a subscriber there is a way to follow their coverage for free…
Check out the full details for the men’s and women’s Australian Open tennis finals live on TV below.
The game will also be live on Eurosport on television for existing subscribers to the channel via satellite and cable.
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