Miami Open live stream 2023: how to watch the tennis semi-finals online from anywhere, Alcaraz vs Sinner

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Watch Miami Open live stream 2023

Prime Video has the rights to Miami Open 2023 in the UK. New subscribers can watch the whole tournament using the 30-day free trial. Australian services Kayo Sports and beIN Sports also offer free trials. In the US, the Miami Open is on Tennis Channel, while in Canada, TSN is the service you need. Full details on how to watch Miami Open tennis where you are just below.

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Miami Open 2023 preview

The semi-finals of the 2023 Miami Open – aka the coast-to-coast Sunshine Double – take place today at the Hard Rock Stadium. 

Men's no.1 seed Carlos Alcaraz exhibited the kind of form that won him last month's Indian Wells title as he breezed past Taylor Fritz 6-4 6-2 in the quarter-finals yesterday. The Spaniard now faces Jannick Sinner, who might have many more titles to his name were it not for constantly coming up against Alcaraz, in the second of today's men's semi-finals.

Before that, it's the first of the men's semi-finals: fourth seed Daniil Medvedev vs Karen Khachanov. The all-Russian affair is due to start at 6pm BST / 1pm ET.  US qualifier Chris Eubanks fell to Medvedev in the quarter-finals yesterday. The 26-year-old American showed his character to break back in the second set but it was not to be.

With Iga Swiatek out with an injury, the women's Miami Open draw remains wide open. Indian Wells champ Elena Rybakina is already through to Saturday's final having despatched third seed Jessica Pegula 7-6 6-4. 

In the second women's semi-final, Petra Kvitová will come up against Romania's Sorana Cîrstea. The match starts at 8pm BST / 3pm ET. Aryna Sabalenka fell in the quarter-finals

Ready for the last few days of hard-court action at the Hard Rock Stadium? Here's how to watch a Miami Open 2023 live stream wherever you are - starting with FREE access in the UK. We've also listed the tournament schedule further down the page.

Watch Miami live stream: today's best games

Today's Miami Open action includes men's and women's semi-final action. All times are in EST/BST.

Today's women's matches – March 31, 2023

  • SF: Petra Kvitová vs Sorana Cîrstea (8pm BST / 3pm ET)

Today's men's matches – March 31, 2023

  • SF: Daniil Medvedev vs Karen Khachanov (6pm BST / 1pm ET)
  • SF: Carlos Alcaraz vs Jannik Sinner (12am BST / 7pm ET)

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How to watch Miami Open 2023: live stream tennis for free in the UK

Try Amazon Prime FREE for 30-days

Try Amazon Prime FREE for 30-days
Amazon has the rights to broadcast Miami Open 2023 in the UK, so Amazon Prime Video members can live stream all the action at no additional cost. Play typically starts at 3pm GMT each afternoon.

You can live stream the tennis from your phone or tablet or any smart device with the Amazon Prime Video app.

An Amazon Prime membership costs £95 per year or £8.99 per month. A subscription will get you access to Amazon's library of TV shows and films, as well as unlimited one-day delivery on Amazon orders from the UK, and can be cancelled at any time.

New users can sign up for a FREE 30-day Amazon Prime trial with full access to live sports coverage and free one-day delivery during that time.

Away from the UK but still want to watch the tennis on your Prime account? Your best option is to download and install a VPN and then connect to the UK.

How to watch Miami Open tennis from outside your country

For broadcast and streaming details in more tennis-mad countries like the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, just scroll down the page - everything you need to know is there, including details of who's showing Miami Open 2023.

But if you try to watch your domestic coverage from anywhere outside your home country, you'll soon find a problem - geo-blocking. That's where the broadcaster prevents you from watching your usual feed from abroad. It's a common problem for sports fans all over the world. 

By downloading and installing a VPN, you can effectively trick your computer into thinking that it's back at home.

Use a VPN to watch a Miami Open live stream from anywhere:

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How to use a VPN to watch Miami Open 2023

Using a VPN is as easy as one-two-three...

1. Download and install a VPN - as we say, our top choice is ExpressVPN.

2. Connect to the appropriate server location - open the VPN app, hit 'choose location' and select the appropriate location, eg: 'UK' for Amazon Prime Video.

3. Go to the broadcaster's stream - head to your home broadcaster's site or app and watch as if you were at home - Amazon Prime Video for UK citizens abroad.

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How to watch Miami Open 2023: live stream in the US


In the US, coverage of Miami Open 2023 comes courtesy of the Tennis Channel, which is packed with tennis throughout the season. Play typically starts at 11am ET / 8am PT each day.

How to watch Miami Open without cable:

If you don't have the channel on cable, you'll need a streaming service that includes it, and Tennis Channel Plus is the most obvious place to start.

A subscription to Tennis Channel Plus costs $109.99 per year, and lets you live stream numerous tournaments.

Another good option is Sling TV, which offers access to Tennis Channel as part of an $11 per month add-on for either its Sling Orange package or Sling Blue package.

Each of those packages costs $40 a month but you can get your first month for half-price.

A costlier but even more thorough cable replacement service FuboTV, which also includes Tennis Channel, as well as more than 200 other top channels, in its Elite plan. 

A subscription costs $84.99 per month after a 7-day FREE FuboTV trial.

And remember, use a VPN to access your domestic streaming services when outside your home country - we rate ExpressVPN as the best overall.

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How to live stream Miami Open 2023 and watch tennis online in Canada


Tennis fans in Canada are spoilt for choice, as Miami Open 2023 is being shown across both TSN and DAZN. However, we'd recommend choosing TSN, since DAZN is only showing the WTA side of the action.

Play typically starts at 11am ET / 8am PT each morning.

If you get TSN as part of your cable deal, you'll be able to log in with the details of your provider for access to a Miami Open live stream. 

If you 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.

A DAZN subscription, meanwhile, costs CA$24.99 a month or $199.99 a year.

If you decide to subscribe or already have, remember you can take your favorite sports streaming service with you wherever you go - just try our No. 1 overall rated VPN 100% risk-free for 30-days and follow the instructions above.

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How to watch Miami Open: live stream tennis in Australia


Tennis fans in Australia can watch Miami Open 2023 on beIN Sports. Play typically starts at 2am AEDT each night, though it extends through the mornings and into the afternoons.

You can can sign up to beIN Sports as a standalone subscription, costing $19.99 per month after you've taken advantage of the FREE two-week trial.

That said, sports streaming service Kayo Sports includes beIN Sports in its package, and is an ideal option for those who don't want the commitment of a lengthy (and pricey) contract.

Kayo lets you stream on one device with its $25 per month One plan, two devices with its $30 per month Basic plan, and three devices with its $35 Premium plan. All of them come with a FREE 7-day trial.

Kayo also gives you access to over 50 other sports including the NFL, NHL, cricket, NRL, NBA... the list goes on! 

Don't forget, you can take your coverage abroad with you as well. For those wanting to watch home coverage of sports from overseas, a good VPN is all you need.

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How to watch Miami Open 2023: live stream tennis in New Zealand


In New Zealand, coverage of Miami Open 2023 is split between Sky Sport, which is showing the ATP side of the tournament, and Spark Sport, which is showing the WTA action. Play typically begins at 4am NZDT, but extends well into the afternoons.

You can also tune in via the Sky Sport Now streaming-only platform, which costs $19.99 per week or $39.99 per month. The monthly package comes with a 7-day free trial. Meanwhile, Sky Sport subscribers can watch the tennis online using the country's Sky Go service.

Spark Sport also offers a 7-day FREE trial so you can try before you buy, and once that expires, a subscription costs $24.99 per month.

Miami Open schedule 2023

Tuesday, March 21
1st Round - Women's Singles

Wednesday, March 22
1st Round  - Men's and Women's Singles

Thursday, March 23
1st Round - Men's Singles
2nd Round - Men's and Women's Singles

Friday, March 24
2nd Round - Men's and Women's Singles

Saturday, March 25
3rd Round  - Women's Singles
2nd Round  - Men's Singles

Sunday, March 26
3rd Round - Men's and Women's Singles

Monday, March 27
4th Round - Men's and Women's Singles
3rd Round - Men's Singles

Tuesday, March 28
Quarter-finals - Women's Singles
4th Round - Men's Singles

Wednesday, March 29
Quarter-finals - Men's and Women's Singles

Thursday, March 30
Semi-finals - Women's Singles
Quarter-finals - Men's Singles

Friday, March 31
Semi-finals - Men's Singles

Saturday, April 1
Final - Women's Singles

Sunday, April 2
Final - Men's Singles

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Aatif is a freelance copywriter and journalist based in the UK. He’s written about technology, science and politics for publications including Gizmodo, The Independent, Trusted Reviews and Newsweek, but focuses on streaming at Future, an arrangement that combines two of his greatest passions: sport and penny-pinching.