How to Watch Australian Open Live Streaming

Published: July 10, 2019

Follow these 3 simple steps to watch 2020 Australian Open Tennis Championship Live Online:

  1. Download PureVPN
  2. Connect to an Australian server location
  3. Log in to Channel Nine and get streaming

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The year 2020 is just around the corner, and with that comes an all-new season of the Tennis Grand Slam Championships. And just like previous years, the Australia Open is going to be the very first championship. Here is a guide on how you can easily watch and enjoy the upcoming 2020 Australia Open live and online.

The 2020 Australian Open Tennis Championship

The Australia Open is a tennis tournament that is held every year in Melbourne, Australia. It is the very first of the four major tennis Grand Slams and is held over the last fortnight of January. The tournament is set to kick off on January 20, 2020, with the finals to take place on February 2, 2020.

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Where to Watch 2020 Australian Open Tennis Championship

Previously, Seven Network owned the exclusive rights to broadcasting the tournament. However, these rights were later bought by Nine Network, which is now the sole broadcaster for the 2020 Australian Open tennis championship in Australia. Other international channels have limited rights to broadcast the tournament in only a few locations.

For the more details on where you can watch the upcoming 2020 Australian Open Tennis Championship, check out the list down below:

Channels Streaming Available in
Nine (Free) Australia Only
EuroSport | BBC (Free) UK Only
ESPN | Tennis Channel USA Only
TSN | RDS Canada Only
Eurosport Europe Only
ARD (Free)| ZDF (Free)| Sky Germany Only
Super Tennis Italy Only
SonyLIV (Free) India Only
NOS Netherlands Only
CCTV (Free) China Only
ESPN Latin America & Caribbean Only

How to Watch 2020 Australian Open Tennis Championship

No one wants to miss the thrilling Australian Open Tennis. It doesn’t hurt to know that certain channels get throttled in specific regions by the ISPs and regulatory authorities. This can ruin your experience of streaming the Australian Open.

The simple solution is to get the best Sports VPN in the market. Nothing beats PureVPN when it comes to streaming live sports. You need to follow these simple steps to enjoy Australian Open live streaming online on any channel!

  1. Sign up for PureVPN
  2. Download and install the application on your streaming device of choice
  3. Select a channel from the list above
  4. Connect to the server location, i.e., Australia for Nine Network
  5. Log in to the channel
  6. Look for the livestream and get watching

Platforms on which you can stream Australian Open Tournament

With PureVPN, you can live stream Australian Open 2020 on the device of your choice. Catch all the action as it is aired on your favorite channels from anywhere in the world.

How To Watch 2020 Australian Open on PS4

  1. Configure PureVPN on PS4 or PS3.
  2. Connect with PureVPN’s Russia server.
  3. Go to PlayStation Internet Browser and visit the channel website.
  4. Stream AO 2020 live on PS4 for free.

How To Watch 2020 Australian Open on Apple TV

  1. Setup PureVPN on your Apple TV
  2. Connect to the server required by the channel.
  3. Live stream AO to your heart’s content.

How To Watch 2020 Australian Open On Xbox

  1. Configure PureVPN on Xbox.
  2. Connect to our Australian server.
  3. Open Xbox internet browser and visit the Nine Channel webpage.
  4. Livestream AO 2020 on Xbox and catch all the action live.

Watch 2020 Australian Open on Android Apps

  1. Download and Install PureVPN Android app.
  2. Connect to PureVPN’s US server.
  3. Visit Tennis Channel and start watching Australian Open live online.

Australian Open 2020 Tournament Schedule

Here’s a complete day-by-day Australia Open 2020 schedule starting from January 20 to February 2, 2020.

Date Match
Mon, Jan. 20 Men's and Women's 1st Round
Tue, Jan. 21 Men's and Women's 1st Round
Wed Jan. 22 Men's and Women's 2nd Round/td>
Thu, Jan. 23 Men's and Women's 2nd Round
Fri, Jan. 24 Men's and Women's 3rd Round
Sat, Jan. 25 Men's and Women's 3rd Round
Sun, Jan. 26 Men's and Women's 4th Round
Mon, Jan. 27 Men's and Women's 4th Round
Tue, Jan. 28 Men's and Women's Quarterfinals
Wed Jan. 29/td> Men's and Women's Quarterfinals
Thu, Jan. 30 Women's Semifinals 1 & 2, Men's Semifinal 1
Fri, Jan. 31 Mixed Doubles Semifinal/Women's Doubles Final, Men's Semifinal 2
Sat, Feb. 1 Girl's & Boy's Singles Finals, Women's Final/Men's Doubles Final
Sun, Feb. 2 Mixed Doubles Final, Men's Final

Australian Open 2020 Top Seed Players

Men’s Top Seed

Seed Country
Novak Djokovic Serbia
Rafael Nadal Spain
Roger Federer Switzerland
Alexander Zverev Germany
Kevin Anderson South Africa
Marin Cilic Croatia
Dominic Thiem Austria
Kei Nishikori Japan
John Isner USA
Karen Khachanov Russia
Borna Coric Croatia
Fabio Fognini Italy
Kyle Edmund UK
Stefanos Tsitsipas Greece
Daniil Medvedev Russia

Women’s Top Seed

Seed Country
Simona Halep Romania
Angelique Kerber Germany
Caroline Wozniacki Denmark
Naomi Osaka Japan
Sloane Stephens USA
Elina Svitolina Ukraine
Karolina Pliskova Czech Republic
Petra Kvitova Czech Republic
Kiki Bertens Netherlands
Daria Kasatkina Russia
Aryna Sabalenka Belarus
Elise Mertens Belgium
Julia Goerges Germany
Ashleigh Barty Australia
Serena Williams USA