How to watch 2021 Australian Open tennis live in the UK

Here's how to watch the 2020 Australian Open of tennis on TV or online.

The 2021 tennis season is underway with the very best men from the ATP Tour and women from the WTA Tour in Melbourne fighting for the championship.

It’s a tournament of great intrigue, too. We’re really coming to the twilight of Rafael Nadal’s and Roger Federer’s respective careers. This will likely be the last time the pair will be a real threat to win the tournament Down Under.

Novak Djokovic is without a doubt the odds-on favourite and he deserves to be. He dominated during the ATP Cup, defeating Australian Open contenders Daniil Medvedev and Nadal, giving Serbia the first ever trophy.

On the women’s side of the draw Australian talent Ash Barty is the world number one. She will likely have the weight of the nation on her shoulders, but is a proven superstar.

Standing in Barty’s way is Serena Williams searching for a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam title as well as Johanna Konta and Naomi Osaka.

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

How to watch the Australian Open in the UK

In the UK, you can follow the Australian Open on Eurosport, so you need a pay TV subscription to be able to watch on television.

Alternatively, you can get the Eurosport Player, which offers all matches of the tournament live, with replays also available. A subscription to the online service costs £6.99 per month or £39.99 for an entire year.

You can watch on iOS, Android, web, tvOS, Samsung TVs or Chromecast. The app also offers you the ability to choose between 18 different courts for a more immersive experience.

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