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Is the Australian Open on ESPN tonight?

Is the Australian Open on ESPN tonight?

Australian Open Women’s Championship Live Late Tonight on ESPN, ESPN Deportes & ESPN+ The Australian Open Women’s Championship will be decided late tonight live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes and ESPN+ when top-seeded and local favorite Ash Barty faces the hard-hitting American, No. 27 Danielle Collins at 3:30 a.m.

Can you watch Australian Open on ESPN+?

Stream the Australian Open Finals on ESPN+ The 2022 Australian Open will also be available to stream on ESPN+ (or ESPN Plus), which is ESPN’s online streaming service. A subscription to ESPN+ lets you live stream the matches between Nadal vs. Medvedev and Barty vs. Collins on your phone, laptop, tablet or connected TV.

What channel is ESPN in Australia?

ESPN Australia

Website www.espn.com.au
Streaming media
Foxtel Go Channel 509 Channel 510 (ESPN2)

Where can I watch Australian Open in Australia?

Channel 9 has the rights to the Australian Open and will broadcast the tournament, with every game available to be live-streamed via their 9Now app. You can watch on laptop or mobile and choose which match and which court you want to focus on.

Who is broadcasting Australian Open 2022?

Australian Open 2022 schedule. The Australian Open can be viewed on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN+ and the Tennis Channel for American audiences and on TSN in Canada. Melbourne, where the tournament is held, is 16 hours ahead of Eastern time, so most of the coverage will be replays of earlier matches.

What channel is the Australian Open on 2022?

TV rights to the 2022 Australian Open are once again split between ESPN and the Tennis Channel. ESPN has bagged the exclusive rights to men’s and women’s finals, so it’s the one to go for. Both the finals will be streamed live on ESPN+ Subscription costs just $6.99 a month.