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Australian Open live stream: How to watch online

By Mohamed Moallim

Published: 18:00, 25 January 2023

The first major tennis championship of 2023 is underway in Melbourne with the 111th edition of the Australian Open.

How to live stream Australian Open online:

Bet365* are streaming every game at the Australian Open live for account holders. Those who are interested in streaming darts live can take advantage of this service by following the simple steps below.

To sign up for and live stream, the Australian Open, eligible readers can follow the steps below.

  • Click on this link.
  • ‘Join now’ and enter details.
  • Log in and fund your account.
  • Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.

*Geo restrictions apply, 18+ only, must have a funded account or placed a bet in the last 24 hours, BeGambleAware. All odds and offers within this article are accurate at the time of writing (12:30, 15/01/23).

Bet365 also stream a selection of other sports and events for account holders, such as the Big Bash, EuroLeague basketball matches and more.

Where to watch Australian Open on TV:

  • UK: Eurosport
  • US: ESPN+

The great Rafael Nadal — who has already been eliminated — secured a second Aussie Open crown last year when he overcame Daniil Medvedev in an entertaining final. Medvedev had won the first two sets before Nadal rallied back. That success was his 21st major singles title, consequently breaking the all-time record he’d jointly held with Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. While doing so, Nadal also became the fourth man, following Roy Emerson, Rod Laver, and Djokovic, to achieve the double-career Grand Slam, and the second in the Open Era.

There will also be no back-to-back crowns in the women’s singles tournament as defending champion Ashleigh Barty announced her retirement a few months after beating Danielle Collins in straight sets. It was Barty’s third major singles title after success at Roland Garros (2019) and Wimbledon (2021). In stepping down Barty became the second player to retire while holding the number one ranking after Justine Henin.

Day 10 & 11 Schedule

Thursday January 26

Women’s singles

  • Semi-final: Elena Rybakina vs Victoria Azarenka (8:30am, UK time)
  • Semi-final: Magda Linette vs Aryna Sabalenka (9:45am, UK time)

Men’s doubles

  • Semi-final: Jérémy Chardy/Fabrice Martin vs Hugo Nys/Jan Zieliński (2am, UK time)
  • Semi-final: Rinky Hijikata/JasonKubler vs Horacio Zeballos/Marcel Granollers (3:30am, UK time)

Friday January 27

Men’s singles

  • Semi-final: Karen Khachanov vs Stefanos Tsitsipas (3.30am, UK time)
  • Semi-final: Novak Djokovic vs Tommy Paul (3:30am, UK time).

Women’s doubles

  • Semi-final: Kateřina Siniaková/Barbora Krejčíková vs Elena-Gabriela Ruse/Marta Kostyuk (TBD)
  • Semi-final: Ena Shibahara/Shuko Aoyama vs Coco Gauff/Jessica Pegula (TBD)

Saturday January 28

Mixed doubles

  • Final: Rohan Bopanna/Sania Mirza vs Luisa Stefani/Rafael Matos (08:30am, UK time)

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