Australian Open 2017
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Australian Open 2017 TV Live

For those unable to watch Australian Open at Melbourne Park, here are the best ways to catch Australian Open tennis live.

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16 – 29 Jan
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16 – 29 Jan
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Australian Open 2017

Tennis is one of the world’s most popular sports. The four Grand Slam events are watched by millions around the world. As the first Grand Slam of the season, it is not surprising that Australian Open holds a special place in the minds of fans.

This passion and interest are reasons behind the numerous options available for watching Australian Open live. One of the best ways to catch the Australian Open tennis live is by getting tickets for the event at the Melbourne Park. The enormous interest means that it is extremely difficult, and most have to watch Australian Open tennis on TV.

Of course, this is not necessarily a bad thing with plenty of television channels focusing on providing live Australian Open content. Australian Open TV schedule is likely to see plenty of pre-match and post-match content depending on where you live. Even in remote places, it is just possible to catch live Australian Open without any hindrances.

Some of the popular channels broadcasting the event include Fox Sports for major parts of Southeast Asia and, of course, Australia. It has been the preferred choice to watch Australian Open in this part of the world. The sport is also immensely popular in Europe where live Australian Open is broadcast by Eurosport. North America, which is the home of the US Open, is another important market, and ESPN caters to fans by providing live Australian Open tennis content.

For all broadcasters, live tennis Australian Open is a significant part of their content. Hence, those who have failed to secure tickets at the Melbourne Park can breathe a sigh of relief.