How To Watch the 2018 Australian Open Live Online

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Australian Open

Update: 29 January 2018, Monday
Roger that! What a nail biting final showdown between Federer and Čilić with the Swiss having to recover from a five game loss to the incredibly persistent Croatian who started off poorly early in the match. But the Swiss isn’t going to let his opponent take his shot at a 6th Australian Open title, and successfully clenched a five-set victory over Čilić. With this new victory, Federer also becomes the first man in tennis history to have won 20 Grand Slams! Read more on his victory at The Telegraph. That’s all for now folks, do join us for the next tennis Grand Slam at the French Open in May.

 
The 2018 Australian Open starts on the 15th January, and at the time of writing, the big names are dropping like flies. Serena is out, Azarenka is out, Murray is out and Nadal and Djokovic are in doubt, so I guess it’s “C’mon Roger!”. This year sees the introduction of a 25 second shot-clock and it will be the first time this has been used at a grand slam, basically there will now be a 25 second time limit between points. I can’t help feeling this will diminish the spectacle of the big games, but we’ll see.
 
Live coverage of all matches will be available through Eurosport (UK), 7Live (Australia), Sky Sport (New Zealand), Supersport (South Africa) and SonyLIV (India). The BBC will only be showing the highlights of all matches. Here are the match coverage breakdown for the different countries:
 

  • United Kingdom – Available on Eurosports and BBC (highlights only)
  • Australia – Available on 7Live (FREE)
  • New Zealand – Available on Sky Sport
  • South Africa – Available on Supersport
  • India – Available on SonyLIV (FREE for live sports)
2018 Live Results

Men’s Singles – Roger Federer
Women’s Singles – Caroline Wozniacki
Men’s Doubles – Oliver Marach and Mate Pavić
Women’s Doubles – Kristina Mladenovic and Tímea Babos
Mixed Doubles – Gabriela Dabrowski and Mate Pavić
 

2017 Results

Men’s Singles – Roger Federer
Women’s Singles – Serena Williams
Men’s Doubles – Henri Kontinen & John Peers
Women’s Doubles – Bethanie Mattek-Sands & Lucie Šafářová
Mixed Doubles – Abigail Spears & Juan Sebastián Cabal
 

2018 Australian Open Full Schedule

Qualifying Stage: Wednesday 10 January – Saturday 13 January
The Championships: Monday 15 January – Sunday 28 January
Live stream starting on 14 January (Sunday) at 2300GMT.
 

Important Dates

26 January (Friday) – Women’s Doubles Final(0500GMT)
27 January (Saturday) – Women’s Singles Final(0830GMT) / Men’s Doubles Final
28 January (Sunday) – Mixed Doubles Final(0500GMT) / Men’s Singles Final(0830GMT)
 
15 January (Monday) – Round 1
16 January (Tuesday) – Round 1
17 January (Wednesday) – Round 2
18 January (Thursday) – Round 2
19 January (Friday) – Round 3
20 January (Saturday) – Round 3
21 January (Sunday) – Round 4
22 January (Monday) – Round 4

23 January (Tuesday) - Quarter Final
Men’s Singles

Grigor Dimitrov v. Kyle Edmund (1-3) FT

Rafael Nadal v. Marin Čilić (2-3) FT

Women’s Singles

Elise Mertens v. Elina Svitolina (2-0) FT

Carla Suárez Navarro v. Caroline Wozniacki (1-2) FT

Men’s Doubles

Łukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo v. Ben McLachlan and Jan-Lennard Struff (1-2) FT

Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan v. Marcin Matkowski and Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi (2-0) FT

Women’s Doubles

Lucie Šafářová and Barbora Strýcová v. Hsieh Su-wei and Peng Shuai (0-2) FT

Chan Yung-jan and Andrea Sestini Hlaváčková v. Kristina Mladenovic and Tímea Babos (1-2) FT

Irina-Camelia Begu and Monica Niculescu v. Jennifer Brady and Vania King (2-1) FT

Gabriela Dabrowski and Xu Yifan v. Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina (1-2) FT

24 January (Wednesday) - Quarterfinal / Semifinal
Men’s Singles

Tomáš Berdych v. Roger Federer (0-3) FT

Tennys Sandgren v. Chung Hyeon (0-3) FT

Women’s Singles

Simona Halep v. Karolína Plíšková (2-0) FT

Angelique Kerber v. Madison Keys (2-0) FT

Men’s Doubles

Marcus Daniell and Dominic Inglot v. Oliver Marach and Mate Pavić (1-2) FT

Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah v. Lleyton Hewitt and Sam Groth (2-0) FT

Women’s Doubles

Semifinal: Kristina Mladenovic and Tímea Babos v. Hsieh Su-wei and Peng Shuai (2-0) FT

Semifinal: Irina-Camelia Begu and Monica Niculescu v. Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina (0-2) FT

Mixed Doubles

Quarterfinal: Juan Sebastián Cabal and Abigail Spears v. Tímea Babos and Rohan Bopanna (0-2) FT

25 January (Thursday) - Quarterfinal / Semifinal
Men’s Singles

Semifinal: Marin Čilić v. Kyle Edmund (3-0) FT

Women’s Singles

Semifinal: Elise Mertens v. Caroline Wozniacki (0-2) FT

Semifinal: Simona Halep v. Angelique Kerber (2-1) FT

Men’s Doubles

Semifinal: Ben McLachlan and Jan-Lennard Struff v. Oliver Marach and Mate Pavić (1-2) FT

Semifinal: Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah v. Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan (2-0) FT

Mixed Doubles

Quarterfinal: Marc Polmans and Storm Sanders v. María José Martínez Sánchez and Marcelo Demoliner (0-2) FT

Quarterfinal: Andrea Sestini Hlaváčková and Édouard Roger-Vasselin v. Bruno Soares and Ekaterina Makarova (1-2) FT

Quarterfinal: Gabriela Dabrowski and Mate Pavić v. Matwé Middelkoop and Johanna Larsson (2-0) FT

26 January (Friday) - Semifinal / Final
Men’s Singles

Semifinal: Chung Hyeon v. Roger Federer (0-2) FT

Women’s Doubles

Final: Kristina Mladenovic and Tímea Babos v. Ekaterina Makarova and Elena Vesnina (2-0) FT

Mixed Doubles

Semifinal: María José Martínez Sánchez and Marcelo Demoliner v. Tímea Babos and Rohan Bopanna (1-2) FT

Semifinal: Bruno Soares and Ekaterina Makarova v. Gabriela Dabrowski and Mate Pavić (0-2) FT

27 January (Saturday) - Final
Women’s Singles

Final: Simona Halep v. Caroline Wozniacki (1-2) FT

Men’s Doubles

Final: Oliver Marach and Mate Pavić v. Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah (2-0) FT

28 January (Sunday) - Final
Men’s Singles

Final: Marin Čilić v. Roger Federer (2-3) FT

Mixed Doubles

Final: Tímea Babos and Rohan Bopanna v. Gabriela Dabrowski and Mate Pavić (1-2) FT

 

Australian Open Resources

Official Event Page Here.
Official Schedule Here.
 

BBC Resources

Watch all highlights only from BBC.

Programme Page Here.
Live Episode Guides Here.
 

Eurosport Resources

Stream all Australian Open matches live from Eurosport.

Programme Page Here.
 

7Live Resources

Stream all Australian Open matches live from 7Live.

Programme Page Here. (Link removed)
 

Skysport Resources

Stream all Australian Open matches live from Skysport.

Programme Page Here.
Programme Schedule Here.
 

Supersport Resources

Stream all Australian Open matches live from Supersport.

Programme Page Here.
 

SonyLIV Resources

Stream all Australian Open matches from live SonyLIV.

Programme Page Here.

 

Watch 2018 Australian Open Live Online With Our VPN

If you’re not currently in the U.K, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa or India then you’ll need to connect to our VPN first before streaming the matches from your usual providers.
 

VPN Connection Setup Guide

1) Sign Up for a My Private Network account.
 
2) Install our VPN on any device that you’ll be using to watch the 2018 Australian Open.
 
3) Connect to our U.K (GBR) servers for Eurosport and BBC, Australia (AUS) for 7Live, New Zealand (NZL) for Sky Sport, South Africa (ZAF) for Supersport, or India (IND) for SonyLIV.
 
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Stream the 2018 Australian Open on BBC iPlayer from outside of the U.K.

BBC iPlayer

Watch all highlights of all matches from BBC. Unfortunately, BBC doesn’t have rights to offer live streams for this tournament.

 
1) Head to the BBC iPlayer website or download the BBC iPlayer app on iOS or Android.
 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the tournament!
 
Tip: Australian Open highlights will be airing live from 15 January 2018 on BBC Two.
Click here for a direct link to BBC Two.

 

Stream 2018 Australian Open on Eurosport from outside of the U.K

Eurosport

Watch all matches live from Eurosport.

 
1) Head to the Eurosport’s player website or download the Eurosport app on iOS or Android.
 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the games!
 
Tip: Australian Open will be airing live from 15 January 2018 on Eurosport 1.

 

Stream 2018 Australian Open on 7Live (FREE) from outside of Australia

7Live

Watch all matches live from 7Live.

 
1) Head to the 7Live website or download the 7Live app on iOS or Android.
 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the matches!
 
Tip: Australian Open will be airing live from 15 January 2018 on Channel 7 Tennis for free.
Click here for a direct link to Channel 7 Tennis. (Link removed)

 

Stream 2018 Australian Open on Sky Sport from outside of New Zealand

Sky Sport New Zealand

Watch all matches live from Sky Sport.

 
1) Head to the Sky Sport website or download the Sky Go NZ app on iOS or Android.
 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the matches!
 
Tip: Australian Open will be airing live from 15 January 2017 on Sky Sport 4.
Click here for a direct link to Sky Sport 4.

 

Stream 2018 Australian Open on SuperSport from outside of the South Africa

SuperSport

Watch all matches from SuperSport.

 
1) Head to the SuperSport website or download the SuperSport app on iOS or Android.
 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the matches!
 
Tip: Australian Open will be airing live from 15 January 2018 on SuperSport 6.
Click here for a direct link to SuperSport Australian Open Programme.

 

Stream 2018 Australian Open on SonyLIV (FREE) from outside of the India

SonyLIV

Watch all matches live from SonyLIV for free.

 
1) Head to the SonyLIV website or download the SonyLIV app on iOS or Android.
 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the matches!
 
Tip: Australian Open will be airing live from 15 January 2018 on SonyLIV. Live matches will only be displayed accordingly when the live match starts.
Click here for a direct link to SonyLIV’s Australian Open Live Sports.

 
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