Watch Australian Open: live stream – TV channel in US, UK and worldwide, men’s final - Djokovic vs Tsitsipas

Novak Djokovic stretches for a shot at the Australian Open 2023
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Watch the Australian Open: live streams and TV channels worldwide

You can watch the Australian Open 2023 from anywhere in the world. Every tennis game is available for free on 9Now in Australia. You can also watch Australian Open tennis live streams on subscription services ESPN or ESPN Plus in the USA, and Discovery Plus in the UK/Europe. We have full information on TV channels, prices and the streaming subscriptions just below, depending on where you are. Next up: the men’s singles final - Djokovic vs Tsitsipas.

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Dates: Monday, January 16 - Sunday, January 29
Free live stream: 9Now (Aus)
USA live stream: ESPN Plus | ESPN on Sling | ESPN on FuboTV
UK / EU live stream: Discovery Plus
Canada live stream: TSN
NZ live stream: Sky Sports NZ
India live stream: Sony Pictures Network
Use ExpressVPN to watch any stream

When is the Australian Open 2023 on TV?

The 2023 Australian Open tennis at Melbourne Park runs between Monday, January 16 and Sunday, January 29.

The men's and women's competitions run concurrently. The first four rounds take place in the first week of the tournament. The quarter-finals and semi-finals are in the second week. The women's final is on Saturday, January 28. The men's final is on Sunday, January 29.

Do bear in mind that the day's play starts at 11am AEDT in Australia. That's 7pm ET, 4pm PT and 12am GMT.

AO 2023: Which games can you watch today?

It's the final day of the 2023 Australian Open, which means the men’s singles final is underway. Novak Djokovic is on course for a 10th Aussie Open title but Greek number three seed Stefanos Tsitsipas stands in his way. 

Here is today's Australian Open 2023 schedule:

  • Not before 3.30am ET (Jan 28) – Djokovic vs Tsitsipas (8.30am GMT)

Australian Open live stream prices

The 2023 Australian Open is free to watch in Australia, and it's worth remembering that Australian's can watch free on 9Now from abroad by using a VPN.

Here are the best deals for watch the Australian Open where you are: 


Australia is the best place to watch the Australian Open 2023. Not only is the timing right but every match has a free live stream on 9Now.


In the US, ESPN has the broadcasting rights to the 2023 Australian Open. You'll either need ESPN on cable or a cord-cutting service. ESPN Plus is the cheapest at $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year. Other good options include Sling TV ($40 per month) or FuboTV ($69.99 per month) which has a 7-day free trial.

UK and Europe

Discovery Plus is the place to watch in the UK and EU. It costs £6.99 per month or £59.99.


The 2023 Australian Open is available to watch in full on TSN in Canada. If you If don't have cable, you can subscribe to TSN on a streaming-only basis from CA$19.99 a month or $199.90 each year.


Rights to the Australian Open tennis belong to the Sony Pictures Network in India. Coverage is on Sony Sports Ten 2 and Sony Sports Ten 5. You can watch those channels with a SonyLIV subscription starting at Rs 299.

New Zealand

It's Sky Sports that airs the Australian Open in New Zealand. You can watch with a subscription or use the Sky Sports Now streaming service which comes with a 7-day free trial. It's $19.99 per week or $39.99 per month after that.

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Dan Sung
How to Watch Editor

Dan is How to Watch Editor at Future. His job is to make sure our readers (and our staff) know how to watch their favourite sports and entertainment online and on TV wherever they go. Dan has worked in tech journalism for over a decade, writing for Tech Digest, Pocket-lint, MSN Tech, Wareable and What Hi-Fi? as well as freelancing for T3, Metro and the Independent. Dan has a keen interest in playing and watching football. He has also written about it for the Observer and FourFourTwo and ghost authored John Toshack's autobiography, Toshack's Way.