Australian Open live stream


Serena Williams has reached the semi final of the Australian Open and will play a much awaited match against the exciting Naomi Osaka. Maybe you are rooting for Serena or maybe you want to catch up on the men’s singles where living legends Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are still in the fray.


You can catch up on all the action from the Australian Open without cable!  Read on to find out how to live stream the Australian Open for free!!!

Date/Time: February 8 to February 21. Games typically start in the evening US time and continue late into the night.

Channel: ESPN+

Watch Online: Sling TV

Check out the Australian Open Schedule for more details!


Watch the Australian Open Online with Sling TV


Sling TV is one of the easiest and cheapest ways to watch ESPN and ESPN2 without cable. The Sling Orange package features more than 30 channels including both ESPN channels, TNT, HGTV, History, Food Network, Cartoon Network, TBS, BBC America, and more. This package is available for $30 per month. If you want more channels, there’s a larger package for $45 per month, or you can add additional channels to Sling Orange for a fee.

Whatever package you choose, you’ll start with a free weeklong trial. This trial is a great chance to try the service for yourself without being forced to commit to anything. You can sign up, watch some free TV, including the Australian Open live stream, and then make a decision about whether to keep your service before the end of the trial. If you cancel before the end of the trial, you won’t be charged. Otherwise, your $30 monthly package will begin when your trial ends.

Even though Sling TV is one of the cheapest services in streaming, it’s not short on features. You’ll have an on-demand library, access to TV Everywhere apps (including WatchESPN), and a limited cloud-based DVR. The cloud-DVR starts you with 10-hours of space, but there is an upgrade available if you want more. Several other upgrades are also available.

If you’re ready to try Sling TV, you’ll be able to stream the Australian Open on several devices. In fact, you can use Roku, AirTV, mobile devices, computers, Amazon Fire TV devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, and other devices. Many smart TV models also work with Sling TV.

Click here to stream the Australian Open absolutely free for a week!


Can You Watch the Australian Open Live Stream Online in Other Ways?

The great thing about streaming ESPN and ESPN2 is that they are available on so many different streaming services. This gives you more ways to watch the Australian Open online. Your other options include:

Remember, these services are all contract-free, so if you sign up and you’re not happy, just cancel! As long as you cancel during your free trial, you won’t ever be charged. With that in mind, there’s nothing to lose in trying any of these services!

That should be everything you need to know to get you streaming the Australian Open in minutes!


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