Will ESPN show the Australian Open?

The American cable television network ESPN has agreed to a new multi-year deal with Tennis Australia to broadcast the Australian Open. The two organisation’s new ten-year extension, which takes effect in 2012 and includes all ESPN platforms, will see the first of the four Grand Slams covered on ESPN until 2021.

Is Australian Open tennis on ESPN?

ESPN and Tennis Australia have signed a nine-year agreement for continued live coverage of the Australian Open across ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPN+.

What channel is the Australian Open on in the US?

2022 Australian Open TV schedule in the US ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+ and the Tennis Channel will cover most of the action, with ESPN picking up coverage of the women’s and men’s finals.

Where can I watch Australian Open?

If you’re in the US, then ESPN has the TV rights to the Australian Open. If you don’t have (or don’t want) cable or satellite, then you can also watch via sports streaming service ESPN+, priced at $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year.

Where can I see Australian Open on TV?

The Australian Open can be viewed on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+ and the Tennis Channel for American audiences and on TSN in Canada. Melbourne, where the tournament is held, is 16 hours ahead of Eastern time, so most of the coverage will be replays of earlier matches.

Where can I watch Australian Open tennis?

If you want to watch live, you have a few options. Like the ATP Cup just beforehand, the tournament is being broadcast on Channel 9 in Australia, which is free to watch, and livestreamed on 9Now.

Why is ESPN not covering the Australian Open?

The 34-year-old Serbian tennis star will not play in the tournament after three Australian Federal Court judges upheld the immigration minister’s decision to cancel his visa on public interest grounds.

What tennis tournaments are on ESPN?

Current tournaments and competitions covered by ESPN include Australian Open, The Championships, Wimbledon and the US Open. Non-Grand Slam events are no longer on ESPN.

Where can I watch AO?

The network will show the Australian Open not just on free-to-air TV, but also online via 9Now. You can also watch it on Stan Sport.

Where can I watch the Australian Open live?

Watch Australian Open with the Hulu, Disney+, ESPN+ bundle.