Tennis fans from all over the world eagerly await the annual court battles between legends and rookies at the Australian Open every year. The Australian Open 2020 is the annual tennis tournament that marks the first leg of the four Grand Slams of the tennis world. The Australian Open features numerous exciting matches, such as men’s singles, men’s doubles, mixed doubles, women’s singles, women’s doubles, junior’s championship and even exhibition, and wheelchair and legends match for the millions of tennis fans worldwide.
The 2020 Australian Open tennis tournament is set to be played from 20th January 2020 (Monday) and will conclude with the final match on 2nd February 2020 (Sunday) at the famous Melbourne Park Stadium in Melbourne, Australia.
Players Participating in Australian Open
The Australian Open is waited with great anticipation from fans, thanks to the exciting roster of players who participate in the tournament. Being the first of the Grand Slams of the year, the Australian Open often displays the level of form and performance of some of the world’s best tennis players.
The Australian Open 2020 is also set to be a thrilling tournament with some of the top-seeded tennis players being a part of it. Although there are numerous fan favorites that are participating in the 2020 Australian Open, there are a few select players who are considered to be clear favorites to win the title.
Some of the top players participating in the Australian Open 2020 are:
- Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
- Rafael Nadal (Spain)
- Roger Federer (Switzerland)
- Alexander Zverev (Germany)
- Kevin Anderson (South Africa)
- Simona Halep (Romania)
- Angelique Kerber (Germany)
- Caroline Wozniacki (Denmark)
- Naomi Osaka (Japan)
- Sloane Stephens (United States of America)
However, fans will have to wait till 2nd February 2020 to know who will clinch the title in every category of the 2020 Australian Open tennis tournament.
Australian Open 2020 Schedule
Tens of thousands of tennis fans across the world will tune in to watch the thrilling matches played at the 2020 Australian Open.
Here’s the complete Australian Open 2020 schedule:
|20th January 2020 (Monday)||11:00 AM||Men’s 1st Round|
|20th January 2020 (Monday)||7:00 PM||Women’s 1st Round|
|21st January 2020 (Tuesday)||11:00 AM||Men’s 1st Round|
|21st January 2020 (Tuesday)||7:00 PM||Women’s 1st Round|
|22nd January 2020 (Wednesday)||11:00 AM||Men’s 2nd Round|
|22nd January 2020 (Wednesday)||7:00 PM||Women’s 2nd Round|
|23rd January 2020 (Thursday)||11:00 AM||Men’s 2nd Round|
|23rd January 2020 (Thursday)||7:00 PM||Women’s 2nd Round|
|24th January 2020 (Friday)||11:00 AM||Men’s 3rd Round|
|24th January 2020 (Friday)||7:00 PM||Women’s 3rd Round|
|25th January 2020 (Saturday)||11:00 AM||Men’s 3rd Round|
|25th January 2020 (Saturday)||7:00 PM||Women’s 3rd Round|
|26th January 2020 (Sunday)||11:00 AM||Men’s 4th Round|
|26th January 2020 (Sunday)||7:00 PM||Women’s 4th Round|
|27th January 2020 (Monday)||11:00 AM||Men’s 4th Round|
|27th January 2020 (Monday)||7:30 PM||Women’s 4th Round|
|28th January 2020 (Tuesday)||11:00 AM||Men’s Quarterfinals|
|28th January 2020 (Tuesday)||7:30 PM||Women’s Quarterfinals|
|29th January 2020 (Wednesday)||11:00 AM||Men’s Quarterfinals|
|29th January 2020 (Wednesday)||7:30 PM||Women’s Quarterfinals|
|30th January 2020 (Thursday)||11:00 AM||Women’s Quarterfinals 1 & 2|
|30th January 2020 (Thursday)||1:30 PM||Men’s Semifinals 1|
|31st January 2020 (Friday)||3:00 PM||Mixed Doubles Semifinal|
|31st January 2020 (Friday)||3:00 PM||Women’s Doubles Final|
|1st February 2020 (Saturday)||1:00 PM||Girl’s/Boy’s Singles Final|
|1st February 2020 (Saturday)||7:30 PM||Women’s Final|
|1st February 2020 (Saturday)||7:30 PM||Men’s Doubles Final|
|2nd February 2020 (Sunday)||4:30 PM||Mixed Doubles Final|
|2nd February 2020 (Sunday)||7:30 PM||Men’s Final|
How to Watch Australian Open 2020 Live Stream
The city of Melbourne is already prepared to handle the flow of the tens of thousands of tennis fans who will be flying to the city to catch the thrilling matches of the Australian Open 2020 at the Melbourne Park Stadium. However, there are still millions of tennis fans across the world who will be watching the 2020 Australian Open action on their TV sets and even online, using content streaming services.
Conventionally, TV has been the leading source to watch the Australian Open tournament in numerous countries across the globe. Leading TV and sports broadcasters will be transmitting the action of the Australian Open 2020 live to their viewers in select countries and regions from around the world.
Here’s how to watch Australian Open 2020 live stream on your TV sets:
Tennis fans in the United States can watch the Australian Open 2020 live stream on their TV sets with a subscription for ESPN and Tennis Channel. The two leading sports broadcaster have the official rights to live telecast 2020 Australian Open matches to their TV audiences in the US.
Fans of tennis from the UK will be able to watch the live-action of the Australian Open 2020 tournament on their TV screens if they are subscribed to Eurosport, the popular European sporting channel.
The tennis fans from India who wish to catch the action live on their TV sets of the Australian Open 2020 tournament can easily do this with a subscription to Sony Six. If you are not a subscriber, it is highly recommended to request your cable-TV service provider to add Sony Six to the list of your subscribed channels.
Fans from Australia will be able to watch the live broadcast of every 2020 Australian Open match with Channel Nine, on their TV sets. If you are not already subscribed, then you should buy the channel Nine cable subscription now and enjoy the thrilling 2020 Australian Open tournament from the comfort of your home.
Tennis aficionados from the European Union countries can easily catch the 2020 Australian Open action through live telecast on their TV sets with a subscription to the popular Eurosport channel.
How to Watch 2020 Australian Open Live Online
Advancing technology and the pursuit of ease and efficiency has enabled us many choices to view our favorite movies, TV shows and sporting events today. Although conventional TV sports channels are still popular, there is an increasing growth of users who prefer to watch content on Smart TVs, smartphones and even on their desktop and laptop computers with a subscription to content streaming services.
So, if you are among those fans, here’s how to watch 2020 Australian Open live online:
FuboTV is one of the fastest-growing content streaming services across the world. The service providers offer subscribers with an immense range of content choices, including entertainment, sports and new apart from TV shows and movies.
With a basic Fubo Standard plan at only $54.99 per month, you get access to over 108 different channels, including the live telecast of Australian Open 2020.
Sling TV is another excellent choice of cord-cutter and cost-cutters to enjoy their favorite broadcasts without having to worry about the rising cost of satellite and cable TV subscriptions. Viewers can easily get the Sling TV subscription with either the Sling Orange Plan (costs $25 per month) and Sling Blue (costs $25 per month), with Orange offering 40+ channels while Blue lets you watch over 30 channels.
SonyLIV is also an incredibly efficient and easy way to watch all the Australian Open 2020 action live on your smartphone and internet devices. You can easily subscribe to SonyLIV with only $6.98 for an annual subscription.
Tennis TV, as the name suggests, is a tennis-centric live streaming service. The streaming service is renowned among its millions of users as being the perfect way to catch every major tennis sporting event from anywhere in the world.
If you want to watch the 2020 Australian Open live stream online with Tennis TV, then simply buy the subscription to Tennis TV with the Tennis TV Annual Plan costing only $119.99 per year.
No Broadcaster? No Channel Streaming Australian Open in Your Region?
Despite the number of leading TV and live stream broadcasting choices to watch the tennis tournament, there are tens of thousands of tennis fans from across the world that will not be able to access these services, due to many reasons.
The reasons that tennis fans from certain countries or regions across the world cannot catch the live-action of the Australian Open 2020 tournament may include the lack of broadcasting rights in their countries, or even be prohibited due to geo-restrictions put on the TV and online content in their country or area. So, when you have no broadcaster and no channel streaming Australian Open in your region, what do you do?
Virtual Private Network (VPN) software is the perfect solution for this. The VPN tool not only hides your IP address from authorities monitoring geo-restricted access but also allows you to easily stream the content in real-time on to your smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops and Smart TVs.
Today, there is a large variety of choices when it comes to choosing the best VPN service provider. It is highly recommended to buy a VPN, especially when you have to access live streaming content using public Wi-Fi networks, such as at subway stations, cafes and other public places and at work.
Get Live Australian Open 2020 Score Updates
There are several top sporting websites that provide users with live score updates for major games. There is a large choice for tennis lovers to get the Australian Open 2020 live score updates, especially with tennis.com. The website allows users to simply select the tournament they wish to follow from the drop-down list on the home page. Once you select the tournament, you will get instant score updates in real-time for the Australian Open 2020 too.