The Australian Open begin in about a week and if you're wondering how you can watch it, we got a pretty decent TV guide for you.
This year's Australian Open promises to be a very entertaining one due to history possibly being made. Novak Djokovic is returning down under and he hopes to finally get that 10th one which would be historic. Only Rafael Nadal has ever won a grand slam over 10 or more times so it's a big deal. The Serbian will face stiff competition from many players but there won't be any Carlos Alcaraz as the number one will once again miss the event.
If you're in the UK you'll be able to follow the event in several ways. You can either watch it on Eurosport 1 or the Sky channel 410, BT 435 or Virgin 521. You can also stream every match on discovery+.
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If you're in Australia you can watch it on the Nine Network which will show featured matches and Aussie players. You can also watch it using the 9NOW app on Smart TV and also on Stan Sport if you're a subscriber there.
If you're located in the US than just like last year, the event will be covered by ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+ and ABC. ESPN will stream both finals as well. So there you have it. That's the TV guide for some of the biggest markets but generally, Eurosport will have the coverage in most countries so be sure to tune in.
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