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The Australian Open is one of professional tennis’s four grand slam tournament events, known as “The Grand Slam of Asia/Pacific.” It’s played on hard courts in the often scorching summertime heat of Melbourne Park in southern Australia. The tournament includes men’s and women’s singles and doubles, plus mixed doubles, the junior’s championships, and wheelchair and exhibition events.
The 2016 defending men’s champ is world number one Novak Djokovic from Serbia. Djokovic is the favorite to claim this year’s title. On the women’s side, American Serena Williams is defending the title and is also favored to win another trophy.
Tennis Australia manages the tournament and does a great job. Fans looking to watch the Australian Open live online have some great options, no matter what region of the world you’re tuning in from.
For US viewers, Watch ESPN provides live streaming of all the 2016 Aussie Open action. Click the Watch Live button to pick up the live stream. If the stream is unavailable in your area, click here.
Be sure to check out the schedule of play to see when your favorite players will be on court — but remember the time difference makes watching live a little tough. Melbourne is 16 hours ahead of EST. That’s great for the day’s first matches (play usually starts at 11am local time, which is 7pm EST) and for night owls. But the rest of us will have to catch up on demand.
Thankfully, the tournament makes lots of videos available — including highlights, match summaries, interviews, and more. The Watch On Demand button above goes straight to the video library.
To see live scores, click the Video Extras button above. Scores are updated in real time when matches are taking place. You can also keep tabs on all the action via the Aussie Open live blog. Finally, AO Live also broadcasts live footage from behind the scenes at the tournament.
BBC Sport is broadcasting live Australian Open footage for UK audiences (or those in other regions that have unblocked the BBC.) Other notable channels that will broadcast the Australian Open live online and over the air include: CCTV 5, Sky Sports, Eurosport, beIN Sports, Fox Sports Asia, and Sony SIX.
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