Networks & Services Streaming Australian Open This Year

The Australian Open takes place in Melbourne, Australia and lasts for around a fortnight in January. The first Australian Open tournament took place in 1905, which makes the upcoming 2018 tournament the 113th. It is also the first Grand Slam event every year followed by the US Open, French Open, and Wimbledon. The tournament holds the record for having the highest attendance and was the first Grand Slam to take place in an enclosed court. As a matter of fact, Margaret Court Arena, Rod Laver Arena, and Hisense Arena all have retractable roofs.

# of Australian Open Games Monthly Cost Free Trial HD Stream Cable Required iOS App Android App
sling_television-300x150 ALL Australian Open Matches Live! $25 Try Sling Now Yes No Yes Yes
ESPN-Streaming-NFL-300x74 A few Australian Open games and highlights No Standalone App Yes, w/ Sling, Fubo etc Yes Yes, except w/ Sling, Fubo etc Yes Yes
ATTTVNOW ALL Australian Open Matches Live! $50+ Try AT&T TV Now Yes No Yes Yes
TC-Logo-Mobile-Footer ALL Australian Open Matches Live! No Standalone App Yes, with DTVN Yes Yes, except with DTVN Yes Yes

Networks Streaming Australian Open Matches

ESPN and its affiliates, i.e., ESPN2, ESPN 3, in addition to the Tennis Channel broadcast the Australian Open.

Watch Australian Open Matches Without Cable

4G internet speeds have now made it possible for tennis fans to live stream the Australian Open online. You no longer need to have a regular cable service as cord cutting services like Sling TV and AT&T TV NOW are changing the game. Both Sling TV and AT&T TV NOW are cheaper than regular cable, don’t require a long-term commitment. Also thanks to a flurry of apps for iOS, Android, Amazon Fire devices, etc. fans can watch the Australian Open on the go. The service streams over a hundred channels making it possible to watch everything from live sports to the latest shows.

Sling TV and AT&T TV NOW start at $25 and $50+ respectively. You can try out both services by clicking on their respective links below:

Sling (7 Days Free) AT&T TV NOW (7 Days Free)
Try Sling TV Try AT&T TV NOW

Official Network Apps that Live Stream the Australian Open

The Australian Open does not have an official app though their official website does offer fans everything from news about upcoming games, to live scores and broadcast schedule. However, if you want to live stream the Australian Open you could try using ESPN’s official app but which will require that you log-in with your cable subscriber credentials.

Other Ways of Streaming the Australian Open Free

You may run into so-called free streaming services which are either scams or run by pirates. If you choose to use these services it will result in problems with the law which is not worth it.