Each year, the tennis calendar is alight with action. To kick off the action of the new year is the Australian Open tennis from Melbourne Park. Again, the familiar faces making their way to the central court are Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, who are in the top four seeds.
One of the most likely final candidates, in the way of Rafael Nadal, fell in the quarterfinals, so his fans won’t search for his live matches for streaming on the central court.
For many fans, the question is how they can watch every new match streaming in the first Grand Slam of 2020. Here you can find out more about the Australian Open and how you can watch it live from anywhere.
When is the Australian Open on TV?
You can catch all the action of the Australian Open live from Monday 20th January 2020 and running thru Sunday 2nd February 2020.
Where Can I Watch Australian Open 2020?
Here are a few examples of where you can watch matches of the open tennis and get information on Live Australian open to save you the search.
- Africa – beIN Sports, SuperSport, Eurosport (Read How to Watch beIN Sports Australia)
- Asia Pacific & Oceania – Sony Six, Fox Sports, ESPN
- International, Nine, Tennis Channel
- Europe – Eurosport, ServusTV, SSR SRG
- Latin America & Caribbean – ESPN International
- North America – ESPN, Tennis Channel, TSN and RDS (French)
Can I Watch Australian Open on Amazon Prime?
It is possible to watch every match from Melbourne Park of the Australian Open tennis using Amazon Prime. (Read How to Change Country On Amazon)
However, the way you do this is to add Eurosport as one of your channels. Unfortunately, you will charge for this, but it does come with a 7-day free trial.
The other issue being because every match of the Australian Open tennis on Eurosport covers Europe. You would need a VPN and a possible purchase method to sign up for that region on Amazon Prime and watch every match live.
What is Channel Showing the Australian Open?
Anyone can tune into Channel 9 and 90, 9Gem (ch92) and 9Go (ch93) to see the main matches broadcast live from Melbourne on television in Australia.
Nine shows the day matches from 11.00 am to 4.00 pm, and then Nine has the night matches that run from 4.00 pm until midnight, or until the final match for the day ends.
Wide World of Sports is to offer an Australian Open live streaming from the match centre. It also has all the up to date information on live matches of the Australian Open tennis and many other sporting events. (Learn How To Watch HBO In Australia)
Anyone wanting to take part in those free sports streaming needs to create an account with 9Now.
How Can I Watch the Australian Open?
It can be far easier to watch every live game from the Melbourne Park court than you think. Channel Nine with the thanks of 9Now allows you to live streaming Australia Open from Melbourne to anywhere, which has an internet connection.
Besides this, you can even tune into other sports free and live, depending on the sport. However, for the Australian Open, you have access to every Melbourne match live, on the sports streaming section of the service. (Read How to Watch Channel 4)
The great thing about this solution is, it is easy to set up. You then have the option to watch from anywhere, even if you are outside the country.
Creating a free account for 9Now needs basic information. However, you will need to use a VPN service to access this if you are travelling. Alternatively, if you live in another country and you want free access to tennis from Melbourne.
Choosing a premium VPN allows you to change the server to one inside Australia, and some even have a server in Melbourne, so your connection is as close to the free tennis streaming as it can be.
Once you have your VPN up and running, it masks your IP address and changes it to an Australian one. Thus, all you have to do is head to the 9Now website and stream the latest tennis action right up to the last set of the final game in the tournament.
Most streaming VPN’s offer a 30-day money-back guarantee, so you can watch the entire Australian Open live and free wherever you may be.