Australian Open Live Stream

The Australian Open makes a welcome return this month and as always the first open of the season is highly anticipated. After the festive period of filling up on mince pies, turkey and booze there’s nothing quite like a spot of armchair tennis to blow off the cobwebs; and we know exactly where you can catch all the action with the best Australian Open Live Stream.

When watching your live tennis you want to be sure of a safe and good quality live stream and that’s where we come in. Below you will find some very reputable places you can watch the Australian Open Live Stream, in order of our preference.

Bet365 Australian Open Live Stream

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Murray eyes more Grand Slams

Andy Murray is determined to add to his Grand Slam tally in future, placing major success ahead of the world ranking in his list of priorities. Murray is 11/2 with bet365 to win the title in Melbourne, which gets underway on 13th January; having reached the final on three occasions without lifting the trophy.

He is eager to add to the US Open and Wimbledon crowns already in the bank, putting Grand Slam success above becoming world number one.

Murray told Sky Sports News: “My goal is to win Grand Slams, simple as that. If someone said to me that I could get to be No. 1 in the world for one week, or win another Grand Slam, I would rather win another Grand Slam.”

Murray has only recently returned to action after back surgery and made an early exit at the Brisbane International at the hands of Florian Mayer.