Where to Watch the 2023 Australian Open

2023 Australian Open logo with green background

2023 Australian Open logo with green background

Grand Slam tennis is back in 2023 with the first major competition of the calendar year now underway following a dramatic start to the Australian Open on Monday.

The men's singles competition is already without two of its most beloved players with Spanish sensation Carlos Alcaraz withdrawing prior to the tournament beginning due to injury issues, and home hero Nick Kyrgios pulling out on Monday following a long-term knee issue.

Despite these absences, fans will be eager to tune in as we wait to see whether anyone can topple Iga Swiatek and Novak Djokovic, both of whom are heavy favourites heading into the competition.

Here are all of your viewing options for the 2023 Australian Open.

Where to watch the 2023 Australian Open in the UK

The 2023 Australian Open will be available to watch in the UK in only a few locations.

Games will be broadcast live across Eurosport's two main channels, both of which can be accessed with the correct Sky Sports and BT Sport packages, or on the Discovery+ streaming service, which costs £6.99 per month to access.

Where to watch the 2023 Australian Open in the US

For US tennis fans hoping to cheer on Frances Tiafoe, Jessica Pegula and their other tennis stars, ESPN will be the place to go for coverage of the 2023 Australian Open.

ESPN will be showing all games on ESPN2, with the opening day and semi-finals and finals set to be broadcast on the primary ESPN channel.

Fans will also be able to stream the game live thanks to ESPN+, the company's online streaming platform.

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