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Where to Watch the Australian Open in Australia

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  • Price: Free
  • Country: Australia

9Now is the official broadcaster of the Australian Open in Australia. It’s free to create an account to stream live and on-demand content. 9Now even has a Picture in Picture feature for Chrome and Safari, so you can continuously follow matches while browsing the internet.

Stan Sport

  • Price: $20 per month ($10 Basic Plan + $10 Add-On)
  • Free Trial: 7 days

You need to purchase a Stan Sport add-on along with your Stan subscription to watch the Australian Open (as well as all other Grand Slams throughout the year). Stan accepts PayPal and all major debit and credit cards.

Where to Stream the Australian Open in the US


  • Price: $9.99 per month
  • Free Trial: None
  • Available Games: Grand Slam matches, including the Australian Open

Sign up for an ESPN+ account to watch the games on the platform. You will need a US credit card to subscribe. Once you have your account set up, you can stream the Australian Open on your internet-connected gadgets — no need for cable or satellite TV to enjoy ESPN content.

Hulu + Live TV

  • Price: $69.99 per year
  • Free Trial: None for Live TV add-on
  • Channels: ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN+

Hulu + Live TV includes ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN+ in your subscription, so you have plenty of options for watching the Australian Open. You need a US credit or debit card to create an account.

If you only want ESPN+ without the other live channels, you can get the Disney Bundle for $12.99. This includes Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+.

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YouTube TV

  • Price: $64.99 per year
  • Free Trial: 14 days
  • Channels: ESPN and ESPN2

Stream the Australian Open live on YouTube TV on the ESPN and ESPN2 channels. Take advantage of the 14-day free trial by timing your subscription to cover all the Australian Open dates. To subscribe, you need to enter a US ZIP code and billing address.

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  • Price: $69.99 per year (Pro package)
  • Free Trial: 7 days
  • Country: ESPN and ESPN2

Watch the Australian Open live on ESPN and ESPN2 via fuboTV. You’ll need to have a US payment method to create an account.

Where to Watch the Australian Open in the UK & Ireland

Amazon Prime Video

  • Price: £8.99 per month
  • Free Trial: 30 days

Amazon Prime Video has a 30-day free trial for new subscribers — enough time to watch the Australian Open for free! Create an Amazon Prime account right before the tournament starts. You need either a UK address or a UK-issued credit card to subscribe.


  • Price: £6.99 per month + Entertainment & Sport pass fee
  • Free Trial: None
  • Channel: Eurosport

Discovery+ is broadcasting the Australian Open on Eurosport. However, you’ll need to sign up for the separate Entertainment & Sport pass due to Brexit. You’ll also need a local credit card to create a Discovery+ account.

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Where to Live Stream the Australian Open in Europe

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  • Price: Varies between countries
  • Free Trial: None
  • Channel: Eurosport

The Eurosport channel on Discovery+ is live streaming the Australian Open for residents in Spain, Germany, Italy, Norway, Ireland, Netherlands, Finland, Denmark, Austria, and Sweden. You need a locally issued credit card to create an account.


  • Price: €6.99 per month
  • Free Trial: None

Eurosport Player is ending its streaming services in mid-January 2023, and Discovery+ will take over Eurosport’s airing of live sports for new subscribers.

However, if your country’s Discovery+ isn’t merged with Eurosport yet, you can get a Eurosport subscription to watch the Australian Open. Sign up on the website and use a local credit card to complete your payment.

Where to Watch the Australian Open in Asia


  • Price: Varies between countries
  • Free Trial: None
  • Countries: India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka

Watch the Australian Open on SonyLIV. You’re free to use any credit card to pay, but you need a local mobile number to create an account.


  • Price: 175,000 VND (Full Pack) per month
  • Free Trial: None
  • Country: Vietnam

The K+ app lets you stream the Australian Open without needing a K+ satellite or TV Box subscription. You need to provide a valid local mobile number during registration.

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Where to Watch the Australian Open in South Africa

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  • Price: R349 per month (R299 discounted rate until January 2023)
  • Free Trial: None
  • Channel: Showmax Pro

Sign up with your email address (no local phone number needed) and pay via PayPal or any major credit card. You can also pay using Showmax vouchers.

Watch Australian Open 2023 Highlights for Free


Head over to the Australian Open TV channel on YouTube to get official highlights. You can watch short and extended highlights, press conferences, noteworthy moments, and even some full match replays.


Although Eurosport Player is being phased out, the Eurosport website will still provide daily highlights and score summaries. You’ll quickly catch up on the day’s action with their 3-minute clips.


You can watch match highlights and full match replays of the finals on 9Now. Just log in to your account to watch the content. If you prefer to read updates, you can go to Nine’s Wide World of Sports website for up-to-the-minute tournament results and news.

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Key Dates: 2023 Australian Open Schedule

The 111th edition of the Australian Open will be hosted at Melbourne Park.

2022 Women’s Singles champion Ash Barty won’t be on the court this year following her surprise retirement. However, Rafael Nadal will be back to defend his title with a current feat of 22 Grand Slam singles wins throughout his tennis career.

We’ve yet to see if Naomi Osaka can make a comeback and defeat top-ranked player Iga Świątek. Novak Djokovic will also return with a reinstated visa after missing the Australian Open last year due to his vaccination status.

Rumors say Serena Williams might be back for the tournament after dropping hints that she isn’t retired. She’s only 1 win away from equaling Margaret Court’s tally of Grand Slam singles victories.

DateSessionTime (AEDT)Event
16 January111:00 AMMen's/Women's 1st Round
16 January27:00 PMMens'/Womens' 1st Round
17 January311:00 AMMen's/Women's 1st Round
17 January47:00 PMMen's/Women's 1st Round
18 January511:00 AMMen's/Women's 2st Round
18 January67:00 PMMen's/Women's 2st Round
19 January711:00 AMMen's/Women's 2st Round
19 January87:00 PMMen's/Women's 2st Round
20 January911:00 AMMen's/Women's 3rd Round
20 January107:00 PMMen's/Women's 3rd Round
21 January1111:00 AMMen's/Women's 3rd Round
21 January127:00 PMMen's/Women's 3rd Round
22 January1311:00 AMMen's/Women's 4th Round
22 January14 7:00 PMMen's/Women's 4th Round
23 January15 11:00 AMMen's/Women's 4th Round
23 January167:00 PMMen's/Women's 4th Round
24 January17 11:00 AMMen's/Women's Quarterfinals
24 January187:00 PMMen's/Women's Quarterfinals
25 January19 11:00 AMMen's/Women's Quarterfinals
25 January207:00 PMMen's/Women's Quarterfinals
26 January214:00 PMWomen's Semifinals x2
27 January2211:00 AMMen's Semifinal 1
27 January23 4:00 PMMen's Semifinal 2
28 January244:00 PMWomen's Singles Final
29 January254:00 PMMen's Single Final

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You can watch Australian Open for free online via 9Now in Australia.

If you live in other countries, you can watch the tournament online via paid streaming platforms like ESPN+, Discovery+, and YouTube TV.

You can watch all the Grand Slam tournaments with CyberGhost VPN. This includes the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open. You can also watch the FIFA World Cup, Tour de France, Formula 1, and many other sports events with a VPN.

A VPN lets you stream matches securely, avoid ISP throttling, and bypass network blocks. Watch your favorite games privately wherever you go!

A VPN also lets you take your streaming subscriptions with you when you travel abroad. Connect to a VPN server in your home country to relocate your virtual address.

Use CyberGhost VPN to get an Australian IP address and keep up with every score even during vacations. Whether you’re in Asia, the UK, or elsewhere, you’ll be able to enjoy the matches via 9Now as if you never left the country.

If you live outside Australia, you can subscribe to a streaming service like ESPN+. You can also watch the Australian Open on YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and Amazon Prime Video.

Unfortunately, Australian Open matches aren’t broadcast on the Tennis Channel.

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