Australian Open 2018 TV Channels & Live Streaming

The first grand slam of the year, Australian Open 2018 started on 15th January with first round matches and will conclude on 28th January 2017 with finals. The Australian Open held in Melbourne and considered important for players as it gives players a chance to kick-start the year with a win. Total 128 players will be in the draw for the men’s singles while 32 of those being seeded with the same set-up for the women’s singles. Below we have listed the Australian Open 2018 tv channels who will broadcast live action in various parts of the world with live stream info.

The qualifying rounds of the tournaments being on 15 January 2018 while the first round matches will start on 17th January 2018. The Men’s singles final is scheduled to take place on January 30 while women final will be played on January 28. Novak Djokovic will defend his title for the third straight year having defeated Britain’s Andy Murray in the final back to back two years. Let’s take a look at the Australian Open 2018 tv channels worldwide.

Australian Open 2018 TV Channels Worldwide

Australian Open 2018 TV Channels Broadcasting

Country TV Channel
Australia Seven Network
New Zealand Sky NZ
United Kingdom British Eurosport
USA ESPN & Tennis Channel
Middle East beIN Sports
European Countries EuroSports 1&2
Germany ARD, ZDF & Sky
Holland EuroSport & NOS
Spain EuroSport 1 & 2
France EuroSport 1 & 2
Indian and sub-Continent Sony Six
Other Asian Countries Fox Sports Asia
Caribbean ESPN
Latin America ESPN Deportivo
Canada TSN (English), RDS (French)
African countries SuperSport

How To Watch Australian Open 2018 Live Stream?

BBC who was broadcasting the Australian Open will no longer show any live action. Eurosport will have live coverage of the tennis action from Australia. Tennis viewers in Europe can watch Australian Open 2018 live stream online on their website BBC and Sky Sports will be showing additional highlights throughout the tournament.

ESPN will broadcast Australian Open 2018  in the United States along with dedicated tennis channel “Tennis Channel”. Indian tennis audience can catch live coverage of the tournament on Sony Six while sonyliv.com will have live streaming of the 2018 Australian Open tennis tournament.

Australian viewers can catch live action of the first grand slam of the year on Seven Network while SuperSport has the tv rights to broadcast 2018 Australian Open in the Africa.

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