MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – JANUARY 18: Emma Raducanu of Great Britain serves a forehand during her second round singles match against Coco Gauff of the United States during day three of the 2023 Australian Open at Melbourne Park on January 18, 2023 in Melbourne, Australia.

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With the 2023 Australian Open in full swing, some of the biggest names in tennis are gathering at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for two weeks of heated competition. If you’re hoping to tune in, read on to find out how to watch the Australian Open from the US

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Best Budget Live Sports Streaming Service: Sling TV, $20 (down from $40) for the first month

Watch on ESPN: Get ESPN+ with the Disney Bundle, $13 a month

So far in tennis, Rafael Nadal made his earliest Grand Slam exit since the 2016 Australian Open after losing to Mackenzie MacDonald on January 17. Carlos Alcaraz and Marin Cilic are out of the men’s competition this year due to injuries.

On the women’s side, 2022 Australian Open winner Ashley Barty is absent from her title defense due to her recent retirement from the sport. Venus Williams was supposed to compete, but had to withdraw due to injury. Naomi Osaka, who recently announced her pregnancy, will not be attending but “can’t wait to get back on the court”.

Despite the absence of some of tennis’ biggest stars, there is still plenty of action to watch at the Australian Open. Here’s what you need to know:

How long is Australian Open 2023?

The Australian Open runs from January 16 to 29, 2023. The competition started unsuccessfully 22 matches were postponed to the second day after the heat and rain, but the players are strong and the competition will continue.

Men’s and women’s competitions are held simultaneously. The women’s final is scheduled for Saturday, January 28, the men’s final is scheduled for Sunday, January 29.

To learn more about unmissable matches, Australian Open schedule and more check out coverage from our sister site, CBS Sports.

How to watch Australian Open 2023

You can stream the tennis tournament with ESPN+, Sling TV and more. Here’s what you need to know about each option.

Watch the Australian Open on ESPN and ESPN+

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Australian Open coverage is brought to the US by ESPN. If you don’t have a cable subscription, you can stream their broadcasts by subscribing to ESPN+ for $10 a month.

However, our recommendation for the best way to subscribe to ESPN+ is through the Disney package. The Disney package includes ad-supported access to Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ for $13 a month, meaning you can tune in to the Australian Open and stream The Mandalorian season 3 with the same subscription.

Disney Package, $13/month

ESPN+, $10

Watch the Australian Open on Sling TV

Australian Open 2023 - Day 4

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This affordable live TV streaming platform offers access to over 40 channels, including ESPN, Disney, BBC America, Comedy Central, Discovery, MSNBC, NBC Sports, Syfy, FS1, TBS and Fox (based on your local channels) .

Right now, new Sling subscribers can get half off the first month of any Sling tier. That means you can join the Australian Open 2023 for just $20 this month.

Sling TV, $20 (down from $40) for the first month

Watch Australian Open 2023 on FuboTV

Australian Open 2023 - Day 3

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Although FuboTV offers a wide range of more than 100 channels, its main focus is sports. The streaming platform’s most popular subscription plan provides access to ESPN as well as NFL Network, NBA and NHL games and Fox (based on your local channels).

FuboTV plans start at $65 per month. FuboTV is currently offering a seven-day free trial to new subscribers.

FuboTV, $65 and up per month

The best TVs for watching sports

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Samsung ‘The Frame’ 55-inch Smart TV, $1,400 (reduced from $1,500)

Samsung ‘The Frame’ 65-inch Smart TV, $1,600 (regularly $2,000)

55″ Samsung QN85A 4K Neo QLED: $1,100



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LG G2 OLED evo Gallery Edition Smart TV: $2,197


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LG G2 65-inch OLED evo Gallery Edition Smart TV, $2,197 (regularly $3,000)

Sony Bravia XR OLED 4K 65-inch TV: $1,998



The 65-inch Sony Bravia XR OLED 4K TV has a cognitive processor designed to provide intense contrast with pure blacks, high peak brightness and natural colors. Thanks to Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology, the screen there is speaker. This Smart TV has access to Google TV and works with most voice assistants.

Sony Bravia XR 4K 65-inch OLED TV, $1,698 (reduced from $2,300)

Amazon Fire TV Omni 4K Series 75-inch Smart TV: $800



this 75-inch Amazon Fire TV offers a 4K UHD display and enhanced color and clarity thanks to Dolby Vision. The TV also supports voice control with Amazon Alexa. The high picture quality and large size make this TV a good choice for football fans — and it’s hard to find such a large screen at such a low price.

Amazon Fire TV 75-inch Omni 4K Series Smart TV, $800 (reduced from $1,100)

TCL Roku 65-inch Smart TV: $378


TCL via Walmart

This top-rated TCL Roku TV is an ultra-affordable option that uses Roku’s user-friendly interface.

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TCL Roku 4K 65-inch Smart TV, $368

Amazon Fire 4-Series TV 55″ 4K with Built-in Alexa: $400

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A medium-sized television, 55 to 65 inches diagonally, is the ideal size for many living rooms. The best viewing distance for a 55-inch 4K TV, for example this model, is 4.5 to 7 feet. This leaves enough room for people to get up and walk by to get additional snacks from the game schedule.

Amazon Fire 4-Series TV 55″ 4K TV with built-in Alexa, $400 (reduced from $520)

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