This is a list of the matches worth watching on day four of the Australian Open, and the times they are being held.

Today the women’s and mixed doubles draws get under way, as well as the bottom half of the draw’s second rounds in the singles.

All four remaining Brits are playing in the singles draws.

Day three’s names to watch include; Muguruza, Rublev, Kontaveit, Swiatek, Cressy, Pavlyuchenkova, Stosur, Sabalenka, Evans, Watson, De Minaur, Auger-Aliassime, Rybakina, Murray, Tsitsipas, Mektic and Pavic, Krejcikova and Siniakova, Bautista Agut, Dimitrov, Gasquet, Medvedev, Kyrgios, Raducanu, Sinner and Halep.

The Day Session

-From 12am GMT

-1st matches

Round 2 – Muguruza (3) v Cornet on Rod Laver Arena – Biggest match

Round 2 – Rublev (5) v Berankis on Kia Arena – Most interesting match

Round 2 – Kontaveit (6) v Tauson on Margaret Court Arena – Most interesting match

Round 2 – Swiatek (7) v Peterson on John Cain Arena

Round 1 doubles – Peers and Polasek (5) v Saville and Smith on Court eight – Home favourites

Round 2 – Schwartzman (13) v O’connell (WC) on Court three

Round 2 – Cressy v Machac (Q) on Court 13 – Closest match

-Not before 2am GMT

Round 2 – Pavlyuchenkova (10) v Stosur (WC) on Kia Arena – Biggest and most interesting match

Round 2 – Fritz (20) v Tiafoe on John Cain Arena – Closest match

-2nd match after 12am (around 2-3am GMT)

Round 2 – Sabalenka (2) v X. Wang on Rod Laver Arena – Biggest match

Round 2 – Baptiste (Q) v Inglis (WC) on Margaret Court Arena – Closest match

Round 2 – Evans (24) v Rinderknech on 1573 Arena – Most interesting match

-Not before 2:30am GMT

Round 2 – Zidansek (29) v Watson on Court seven

-Not before 3:30am GMT

Round 2 – De Minaur (32) v Majchrzak on Rod Laver Arena

-2nd match after 2am (around 4-5am GMT)

Round 2 – Auger-Aliassime (9) v Davidovich Fokina on Kia Arena

Round 2 – Rybakina (12) v Zhang on John Cain Arena

-2nd Match after 2:30am (around 5am GMT)

Round 2 – Kanepi v Bouzkova on Court seven

-Not before 6:30am GMT

Round 2 – Murray (WC) v Daniel (Q) on John Cain Arena

-3rd match after 12am (around 7-8am GMT)

Round 2 – Tsitsipas (4) v Baez on Margaret Court Arena – Biggest match

Round 1 doubles – Mektic and Pavic (1) v Bagnis and Delbonis on Court six – Biggest doubles

Round 1 doubles – Krejcikova and Siniakova (1) v Pattinama Krekhove and Rodionova on Court 16 – Biggest doubles

Round 2 – Bautista Agut (15) v Kohlschreiber on 1573 Arena

Round 2 – Dimitrov (26) v Paire on Court three – Closest and most interesting match

-3rd match after 2:30am (around 7-8am GMT)

Round 2 – Gasquet v Van De Zandschulp

The Night Session

From 8am GMT

-1st matches

Round 2 – Medvedev (2) v Kyrgios on Rod Laver Arena – Biggest, closest and most interesting match

Round 2 – Raducanu (17) v Kovinic on Margaret Court Arena – British interest

-2nd matches after 8am (around 10-11am GMT)

Sinner (11) v Johnson on Margaret Court Arena – Biggest and most interesting match

Halep (14) v Haddad Maia on Rod Laver Arena – Closest match