Australian Open 2019: Schedule, scores, results, bracket, matches list, live stream, TV channel, how to watch online.
Date: 14–27 January 2019. Locations: Melbourne Park, City of Melbourne, Australia
2019’s first Grand Slam tennis tournament is in full swing with the biggest names in the sport competing at the Australian Open in Melbourne. That means big prizes and fierce competition – and you can get an Australian Open live stream from absolutely anywhere that you are with this handy guide.
The favorites to take away the silverware this year on the men’s side of the draw are (as ever) Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, while Serena Williams is the woman to watch once again – the seven-time champion will want to let her tennis do the talking after that melt down in last season’s US Open final.
The Australian Open began on Monday, and Roger Federer is looking for his third straight Open win as Novak Djokovic chases his third straight major. Caroline Wozniacki, meanwhile, is trying to repeat after having a rough 2018 outside of her Australian Open win to earn her first career Grand Slam. Naomi Osaka is trying to build on her US Open win over Serena Williams to close out Grand Slam season in 2018, whereas Williams is chasing her 24th Grand Slam — which would tie her with Margaret Court for the most all-time.
While the Open has already begun in earnest and some results are in, there’s a full slate of tennis for the next two weeks. The women’s singles final will be played on Jan. 26, whereas the men’s singles final is on Jan. 27. If you want to watch live, you’d better tune in early. Matches will generally air around 3 a.m., but you can catch encores the next day if you want to watch without changing your sleep schedule.