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How to watch 2022 Australian Open tennis tournament live

Here's how to watch the year's opening tennis grand slam on TV or online.

The 2022 tennis season is here and, like so many sports, it still has a different look due to the ongoing pandemic. That was never more evident than the speculation that raged around Novak Djokovic’s Australian Open participation.

Initially handed a highly controversial exemption to play, he was ultimately denied a visa and sent home from Melbourne. That meant Djokovic joined Roger Federer on the sideline. But Rafael Nadal, reigning US Open champion Daniil Medvedev and world No.3 Alexander Zverev are part of a strong field in the men’s draw.

Australia’s Ash Barty will again be under immense pressure. The top-ranked women’s player would love nothing more than to add her home title to her French Open and Wimbledon crowns.

But enough with the talking, let’s get to the watching. Where can you live stream the Australian Open?

How to watch Australian Open in New Zealand

In New Zealand, you can watch the Australian Open on Sky, as long as you have a pay TV subscription with the Sky Sport channel pack. Subscriptions include access to Sky Go, which enables you to stream the action via the Internet.

Alternatively, you can subscribe to Sky Sport Now, which has a 7-day free trial. The service costs $19.99/week, $39.99/month or $399.99 for an annual pass. This buys you access to 10 Sky Sport channels plus ESPN and ESPN 2 live, as well as on-demand content. You can watch via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Apple TV, PS4 and Samsung smart TVs.

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