The 105th Australian Open Tennis tournament starts on January 16th, 2017 and you can watch it live. Australian Open Live streaming is going to be available for customers of bookmaker bet365 who have funds in their account.
If you don’t already have an account with bet365, and want to watch the Australian Open tennis unfold on your Internet TV, computer or mobile/tablet, just sign up and you’ll be good to go. The live streaming will be made available for worldwide customers with the exclusion of Australia & New Zealand where broadcasting rights have gone to broadcasters.
Bet365 will be streaming 411 matches, covering every court from the Australian Open.
Last year’s Men’s Singles Champion Novak Djokovic is 11/8 (2.37) favourite to win the tournament for a sixth time. That would make it three years in a row despite Andy Murray’s new #1 ranked status. Murray must be licking his haggis-encrusted lips ahead of this tournament. He had an exceptional 2016 all round, reclaiming his Wimbledon title and becoming the first Briton since Fred Perry to win multiple Wimbledon titles. In addition to that, he won singles Gold for Great Britain in the Olympics for the second time – the first ever male to do so. Andy Murray is priced at 13/8 (2.62) to carry a brilliant year into 2017 and win his first Australian Open having now been ‘runner-up’ on 5 separate occasions.
Stanislaus Wawrinka won the last Grand Slam event at the US Open back in August 2016 but is an outside 12/1 (13.00) to win this one; as is Rafael Nadal who last won the Aus Open back in 2009.
For the Women’s Singles tournament, Serena Williams is the current 5/2 (3.50) favourite for a 6th Australian Open title despite losing out to Angelique Kerber in last year event. Kerber’s priced at 7/2 (4.50) to retain her title, and similarly to Murray – she’s certainly capable of continuing excellent 2016 form into the year’s first Grand Slam opportunity and having also won the US Open Women’s Singles title in 2016 to make it 2 Grand Slams for the year and also earning the #1 women’s singles ranking. Kerber is therefore a worthy opponent and could well retain her Australian Open crown here despite William’s remarkable 22 Grand Slam Singles titles, not to mention the additional 14 Women’s Doubles Grand Slam wins..
Odds correct at time of publishing and may be subject to change. Check the bet365 site or app for the latest odds and to see all markets.
The bookmaker will also be offering up to 50% on tennis accumulators for the Australian Open.