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BBC Sport will broadcast live on TV, radio and online from the Australian Open - the first Grand Slam tournament of the new tennis year.
Both the women's and men's singles finals, as well as one of the men's semi-finals, will be live on BBC TV, radio and online, with commentaries throughout the tournament on BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website.
Britain's Andy Murray has reached the men's final in each of the last two years but ultimately succumbed to Roger Federer in 2010 and current world number one Novak Djokovic last year.
Belgian Kim Clijsters claimed the women's title 12 months ago as she saw off China's Li Na in straight sets.
Thursday 26/Friday 27 January
One of the two semi-finals, to be decided, 0830 GMT on Red Button/HD Channel/online
Saturday 28 January
Women's singles final
0825-1130, BBC Two/Red Button/online
Sunday 29 January
Men's singles final
0815-1200, BBC Two
Monday 16 to Sunday 29 January
Live commentaries on 5 live and the BBC Sport website every day; live text commentaries, match reports, blogs and Elena Baltacha's column on the BBC Sport website.