The Australian Open will play its final major of the year on Thursday, and it looks set to be played in the capital.

The final round will be played at The O2 Arena in London, England.

Here’s what you need to know about the match.

1.

What is the Australian Opens schedule?

The Australian Opends schedule will be the most intense of any major since the 2014 US Open.

The Australian open will take place in 2019 and will take the field in a venue that will be known as The O3 Arena.

The venue has a capacity of nearly 18,000 and is a venue only used by major sporting events, including tennis, cricket and the NFL.

There will be an extra round of play in 2019, which will take it to the London venues of The O1 and The O7, but there will be no extra round at The Big House.

It will be at The Barclays Centre, which is the main venue in London for major sporting matches, with the opening game being the British Open.

Two other major events will also be played there in 2019: the Australian Masters in 2020 and the Australian Women’s Open in 2021.

It’s expected that the 2018 Australian Open draw will be used for the 2019 Australian Open.

2.

What are the Australian venues?

The O6, The O5, The A1, The M5, the A2, The H4, the H4A, The B2, the B2A and the A3 will all be played on the O5A.

The A3A, the O2, and the O3 will be staged in the same venues.

3.

What does it mean for the Australian tennis?

The A5 is the most recent major to feature a full round of doubles and will be contested at The Open Court in London on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The other four major events in 2019 are the ATP Finals in Las Vegas, the US Open, the UK Open, and Wimbledon.

Australia’s two biggest tennis stars, Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray, are scheduled to play in London.

4.

Who is the winner of the Australian open?

Australian Davis Cup champion Victoria Azarenka will take on winner of Australian Open, Mary Lou Retton.

5.

Who will the other Australian player be?

Australian Wimbledon champion Caroline Wozniacki is the favorite for the women’s doubles title.

She will play a semifinal match against American Caroline Wawlicki on Tuesday.

6.

Who won’t be playing at The Australian?

Australian doubles champion Laura Grobler, who won her first major title at the Australian, has been ruled out of The Australian.

She’ll be replaced by Australian doubles ace, Heather Watson.

7.

What’s the Australian men’s tournament like?

The women’s Australian Open is the third major of 2019, and will feature five matches.

Seven of those are scheduled for the final day of the event, which starts at 6:30 p.m.

ET (8:30 a.m PT).

The top eight players from each round of the men’s draw will advance to the semifinals and the third-round match, where the winner will play against a semifinally-seeded player.

Eight other players will play on the first-round of the doubles bracket.

The remaining two singles matches are scheduled in the singles and doubles semifinals.

The finals of the singles semifinals will be held at The British Open, while the women will play at the final of the women-only event, the Australian Commonwealth Games.

8.

What will be happening at The Royal Albert Hall?

The Royal Adelaide and Melbourne theatres will hold the third edition of The Royal Australian and Australian Open on Wednesday.

It has been a long time coming for Australian tennis, and for the first time since the 1960s, tennis will be televised live in the country.

9.

What should I watch?

The men’s doubles and singles will feature the top eight singles players in each round and the top three players in the women and doubles, respectively.

The men will play four of their six matches on clay, while women will have to play on grass.

Tennis fans will be treated to some new matches, including the return of a match between the men and women’s singles, with top seed Nadal and No. 1 seed Agassi taking on the top two seeds.

Tennis will also feature two semi-finals, with Top 4 players facing off against each other, followed by the final.

10.

What happens if I’m not able to make it to The Royal?

If you’re not able or unable to make the trek to The O4 in London at the end of the day, there will still be a free concert for those who can’t make it.

For those who cannot make the event at the Royal Albert, there is also a free ticket available at Theatre Royal London.