The 2021 Australian Open runs between February 8-21. Watch and bet on Australian Open tennis live from Melbourne and get Australian Open Live Stream access with Bet365.com
Australian Open 2021 Live Streaming
You can watch the Australian Open 2021 live streaming on your iPhone, iPad or Android device. All you need is a funded account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to qualify (geo-restrictions apply).
- Go to Bet365.com by clicking here.
- Register an account and make a deposit of up to £100 to receive your welcome bonus of up to £100 in Bet Credits*
- Once you complete your registration, go to the sports homepage and select ‘Tennis’ from the left-hand menu
- Select the play icon next to the match in progress and the stream window will appear
All singles matches from all courts are available to stream live to bet365 customers with funded accounts.
Men’s, women’s and mixed doubles matches, as well as junior, legends and wheelchair doubles, are also available to watch and bet on real-time.
When the Australian Open 2021 starts?
The 2021 Australian Open begins live from Melbourne on February 8 through to February 21, with the very best in men’s and women’s tennis battling it out at Melbourne Park for one of the sport’s biggest prizes.
Who is playing?
Novak Djokovic has won eight times at Melbourne Park in 16 visits going back to his first-ever major in 2008. In the last 10 years, he’s won seven times.
The Serb, the defending champion, will seek a ninth Australian Open title, and more importantly, an 18th major overall. In last year’s final, he came from two sets to one down to beat Dominic Thiem in a five-setter.
Another favourite in the men’s draw is Rafael Nadal of course. Nadal comes into the Australian Open without having played a single match at the ATP Cup. For someone who prefers to get some match time under his belt, this is not great preparation. A sore back resulted in the Spaniard not playing for Spain in the team event and couldn’t guarantee he would take court either.
In the women draw Serena Williams will once again go for her 24th Grand Slam title. After winning her Open-era record 23rd Grand Slam singles title at the Australian Open four years ago, Williams has returned to Melbourne for an 11th attempt at adding one more to her lofty haul.
In a testament to the depth of women’s tennis, there are four women in the Australian Open draw who won their most recent matches at Grand Slams. One is Williams, who withdrew from the French Open in September after winning her first-round match. The other three women all won titles in their most recent Grand Slam appearances, solidifying themselves as emerging stars: Iga Swiatek, 19, last year’s French Open champion; Naomi Osaka, 23, last year’s United States Open champion; and the 2019 U.S. Open champion Bianca Andreescu, 20.
Add to that mix the top-ranked Barty, 24, and the defending Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin, 22, and it becomes clearer still that women’s tennis is spoiled for possibilities for a potential standard-bearer for women’s tennis at Grand Slams.
So you can relax and enjoy watching the Australian Open Live Streaming on your pc, laptop or mobile device with bet365.