Australian Open 2020 has started and the biggest tennis superstars will take part in the first Grand Slam of this year. Melbourne will host the best tennis games at the start of this decade and names such as Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Serena Williams will be part of the 2020 Australian Open tournament. Every tennis fan want to catch all the action live and we have provided a streaming guide for watching Australian Open 2020 games live from anywhere in the world.
Australian Open 2020 Top Players and Games
Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka will be defending their titles at the 108th edition of the Australian Open in 2020. Djokovic is in great form after his recent win in Serbia at the inaugural ATP Cup. Meanwhile, Osaka lost to Karolina Pliskova in the semi-final’s of the Brisbane International and things won’t be easy for her.
Roger Federer is so powerful he turned the Australian Open into an indoor tournament
— Fiona 💯+3️⃣ (@federering) January 20, 2020
Serena Williams' Australian Open Records 🐐👑
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— Serena Williams is GOAT (@Mapulamoshe) January 19, 2020
Roger Federer and Serena Williams are also among the list of top contenders who are at great odds to win the Aussie Open 2020. Fans are hoping that the haze from Australian bushfires won’t affect the games and those are in different parts of the world can easily live stream all the games of Australian Open 2020.
Australian Open 2020 Live Stream: How to Watch Online for Free?
Australian Open 2020 tennis games can be live streamed from anywhere in the world for free and here are the channels or networks to watch them online legally.
- Australia – ESPN and Tennis Channel
- United Kingdom (UK) – Eurosport
- United States (US) – ESPN+
- Canada – TSN Channel or App
- New Zealand – Sky NZ and Sky Go App
There are other networks and apps streaming Australian Open 2020 games live in different corners of the world, one can check with their local sports provider. VPN can also be used if it’s not available in your region, although it is not safe and we advise do not use it. FuboTV ($54.99/month), Hulu with Live TV ($54.99/month), Sling TV starting ($30/month) and DirecTV Now ($50/month) are the streaming service that can be used to watch online the 2020 Australian Open matches.