Australian Open live stream 2023: how to watch tennis online from anywhere

Australian Open Live broadcast 2023

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Novak Djokovic is back in Melbourne looking to claim a 10th Australian Open title, although he will have to wrestle the Norman Brooks Trophy to challenge from the hands of Rafael Nadal. With the retirement of Ashleigh Partey, there will be new women’s singles champions, Ija Swiatek and Jessica Pegula among the favorites for the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Trophy. Read on for how to watch a live stream of the 2023 Australian Open from anywhere – and the ways to do so Watching tennis is completely free.

Australian Open Live broadcast 2023

start times: 11am EDT (local) / 1pm NZT / 12am GMT / 7pm EDT / 4pm PST

Place: Melbourne Park

Free live broadcast: 9 now (Opens in a new tab) (Australia)

Watch anywhere: Try ExpressVPN (Opens in a new tab)

global streams: ESPN Plus (Opens in a new tab) or ESPN via discounter Sling TV (Opens in a new tab) Or FuboTV free trial (Opens in a new tab) (United States) | Discovery+ (UK) | TSN (California) | Sky Sports (New Zealand)

Nadal has struggled since his return from an abdominal injury, losing to Cameron Norrie and Alex de Minor this month, but let’s not forget that the Spaniard was in a similar situation this time last year. Djokovic also has a hamstring problem, and with the young boys likely to be on his back, there could be a real chance for someone else to clinch the title.

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