Australian Open Live Stream: How to Watch the 2021 Tennis in HD
The 2021 Australian Open final will see Novak Djokovic come up against Daniil Medvedev. Thanks to technology, you can watch the encounter from the comfort of your home by streaming the match live.
You can also enjoy the game on the go if you have a busy schedule to enjoy the convenience punters enjoy on Mobile Casino as they play their favourite casino games. Apart from the usual TV channel broadcasting the games, you can also stream the games live in HD through the following channels.
Tennis fans can follow the action on the 9Now live streaming service accessed through the web or mobile app. This service is available to Australian viewers only. If you are an Australian and are out of the country during the game, you must use a VPN to access the Australian Open live stream on 9Now without being blocked.
The service allows clients to sign up for a VPN risk-free with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Therefore, if it doesn’t work for one reason or the other, it allows you to cancel.
Eurosport holds the right to broadcast the Australian Open across Europe. They broadcast all the matches from Melbourne Park live on dedicated channels. However, tennis fans can also access Eurosport through Eurosport Player. The streaming service costs 6.99 GBP per month or 4.99 GBP per month if you go for the annual package. There is also a special offer for the first month for only 99p.
The subscription gives you access to Grand Slam tennis, motorsports, and baseball, among other games. Fans can also enjoy a FREE 7-day trial of Eurosport Player on their Smart TVs or any other gadget that supports the Amazon Prime Video app.
Tennis Channel Plus player
If you are in the US, the Tennis Channel Plus player is your go-to streaming service. In the US, ESPN and Tennis channel share the TV rights for the Australian Open. The Tennis Channel Plus player is compatible with multiple smart platforms, including Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, and Roku.
Sky Go Service
Tennis fans in New Zealand can stream the Australian Open via the Sky Go service. In New Zealand, Sky Sports broadcasts the Australian Open live via several pay-TV packages. The live streaming services are available to subscribers. Cord–cutters and all others can use the Sky Sport Now streaming-only platform, which offers services for a weekly pass costing 19.99 USD.
Alternatively, if you are in New Zealand from Abroad or Abroad from New Zealand, you can use a VPN route outlined earlier to access your favorite coverage just like you would at home.
TSN and RDS
For Canadian tennis fans, the Australian Open is available on TSN in English and RSD in French. These are premium channels that come with a pay-TV package. If you use them as part of your cable deal, you will access the matches using your provider’s login credentials.
However, if you don’t have cable, don’t despair. You can subscribe to TSN or RDS as a streaming-only client. This service costs 4.99 CAD per day or 19.99 CAD per month. You can also use a VPN to take your subscription wherever you go.
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