Australian Open Live Streaming
The Australian Open is the leading tennis tournament in the Asia/ Pacific region and makes up 1 part of the 4 tennis Grand Slam tournaments.
The Australian Open is played in January which makes it not only the first major tournament of the season but it also one of the first tournaments to be played anywhere in each calendar year which can help create a number of shocks- especially in the early rounds which makes it great for us fans watching all of the action.
The downside is that with the huge time difference’s it can be difficult to watch the action in the UK, especially if your favourite player isn’t on the main courts. Thankfully though and thanks to the many legal sports streams that can be found here on SportsStream.co.uk you can watch all of the action from the Australian Open tennis tournaments no matter what the time or which court!
How To Watch
To watch all of the action from the Australian Open, including the main feature courts and the outside courts, all you need to do is sign up to our live streaming partners and visit there excellent live streaming console where you can watch 100’s of tennis matches each year and all of the action from the Australian Open.
For details click here, or to sign up visit our live streaming partners here
Is It Legal and Safe?
There are many websites out there which simply stream footage from TV station and/or subscription services. These are illegal and often can be dangerous for your computer and security as they install Trojans, worms, viruses and other nasty’s on your computer, phone or tablet.
Don’t worry though; all of the feeds we feature are 100% safe and 100% legal.
our live streaming partners have the rights to show all of the action from the Australian Open in the hope that if you watch the action you place a bet and whilst that does add some excitement to the action, it is not a must.
As the first major tournament of the year the Australian Open gives a great insight into how the following year will go for many players. With the off season in Tennis getting smaller and smaller, managing the calendar is a major part of any tennis player’s arsenal nowadays so the Australian Open is a great way of seeing who has handled the off season the best.
With only limited tournaments in the run up to the Aus Open, it also exposes players that are not in full fitness or those who are carrying minor injuries more than potentially any other event.
There is no time to play your way into form and you haven’t been playing constantly in the weeks leading up to the event.
That gives a different dynamic for the players, some can handle it whilst others falter. This leads to the Australian Open tennis tournament being among the most unpredictable on the tennis calendar.
Unfortunately despite the star names on offer, the fact that is a major tennis tournament and the fact it is one of the popular tennis events on the calendar in Europe despite the often unsocial start times of matches, it can be difficult to watch matches live from Melbourne.
If your favourite player or the match you are interested in watching isn’t on one of the main show courts it can be almost impossible to watch the action live, even with a subscription to a pay TV channel but if you would like to watch the action no matter which court the action is on or what time of the day the match starts, you are in the right place.
Here at SportsStream.co.uk we bring you a choice of fantastic live streaming websites that allow you to pick and choose the match you would like to watch the Australian Open with each and every match available to watch.
As with all of the 4 Grand Slams in Tennis, the Australian Open features both the very best and the unknown from the both the Men’s ATP Tour and the women’s WTA Tour.
The Aus Open features some of the largest attendances on the tennis calendar with Melbourne and New York (US Open) battling for the highest aggregate attendance for a tournament. The position of Melbourne Park near the centre of Melbourne and the fact that it offers 3 indoor courts makes it popular with both local and visiting fans.
Although rain isn’t too much of an issue normally I the middle of the Victorian summer, the heat can be but with the Rod Laver Arena, the Hisense Arena and the Margaret Court Arena all offering indoor tennis, the weather simply doesn’t matter. This also allows the Australian Open to feature late night matches which are great for fans in Europe. These night matches often feature the biggest names from both tours and have an electric atmosphere that is almost unique in the world of tennis and this can combine to create some of the most memorable action of the season.
As you would expect from one of the 4 Grand Slam tennis tournaments on the calendar the Australian Open offers one of the largest prize funds on both the men’s and women’s tour. The winner of the men’s side of the tournament not only picks up a huge check but he also is presented with the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup. The winner of the women’s side of the draw is presented with the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup.
Alongside the men’s and women’s singles events there are also men’s doubles, women’s doubles and mixed doubles events.
To watch any match from the Australian Open all you need to do is choose a live streaming website from the options above, follow the links to register (if you haven’t done already). When you have registered account, you can then visit the live streaming section of the chosen website, select tennis and select the match you would like to watch. Some websites require you to make an initial deposit as part of the verification process for your account.