How to stream Australian Open Tennis live online with a VPN

Published: Jan 29, 2018

G’day mates! As one of the four grand slams of tennis, the Australian Open is among the world’s biggest sporting events. So shouldn’t you be able to watch it without having to worry about finding where the broadcast is being streamed?

Of course you should. And ExpressVPN thinks it’d be bonzer to show you the best options to watch the Aussie Open with a VPN.

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How a VPN helps you watch Australian Tennis

A VPN, or virtual private network, passes your Internet connection through a server location of your choice!

What’s more, a VPN also gives you an added layer of security with minimal speed loss.

If you can’t wait to see if champions Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams can retain their Australian Open titles, a VPN is what you need.

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How to stream the Australian Open with a VPN

There are lots of options for watching the Australian Open live online – provided you have a VPN. To watch:

  1.  Sign up for an ExpressVPN account
  2.  Install ExpressVPN on the device you want to watch the Australian Open 2018 on.
  3.  Connect to a VPN server in the USA, UK or Australia.
  4.  Stream the games on ESPN2 (USA), Tennis Channel (USA), Eurosport (UK) or Seven Network (Australia).

That’s an ace for you, and a broken serve for everyone else who doesn’t know how to stream the games.

Watch the Australia Open 2018 on Eurosport Player (UK)

Eurosport’s streaming subscription service is available in the UK. Here’s how you can watch:

Stream the Australian Open 2018 on ESPN2 via VPN (USA)

If you’re an ESPN subscriber, you can watch the Australian Open live online through ESPN. Here’s how:

Ready for two weeks of top tennis?

Roger Federer’s incredible win this year further secures his place as perhaps the greatest men’s tennis player ever. And in the Women’s, it could be time for a rising star like Simona Halep or Garbiñe Muguruza to win their first grand slam.

So, are you backing the favorites or rooting for an underdog? Sound off in the comments below! And if you want to make sure you can watch the Australian Open live, get your ExpressVPN account now.

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2 thoughts on “Australian Open

  1. Hello
    I read about installing VPN on mobile (cell phone/tablet). One must download the app from Google Play. Well, you must be certainly aware that not all mobiles have this possibility, I mean Google Play is not distributed with all kind of devices.
    BTW, you say “download”, but it is actually “install”, since you don’t download apps from Google Play, you only install them. “Downloading” an app = receiving an .APK file to your PC or mobile. *Then* you can install it yourself on your mobile. And this is the method you should actually use so that there would no problems installing VPN on one’s mobile.

    So, what’s the solution for devices that cannot have access to Google Play?

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