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Where can I watch the 2023 Australian Open? TV channel, broadcast and more

The Australian Open continues on Friday with the men’s semi-finals as Novak Djokovic is still on course to win his first major tournament of the tennis season.

The nine-time champion was at his best as he defeated Alex de Minaur and Andrei Rublev in straight sets, but he was drawn into further controversy before his encounter with Tommy Poole after his father was photographed posing with Vladimir Putin supporters in Melbourne.

The women’s final is set with Elena Rybakina aiming for her second Grand Slam title against Aryna Sabalenka, who is in her first Grand Slam final. Rybakina and Sabalenka both won in straight sets on Thursday, setting up a battle between two heavy hitters in the final.

Andy Murray was the story of the first week at Melbourne Park with his epic five-set wins over Mathieu Berrettini and Thanasi Kokkinakis, but the 35-year-old’s memorable career ended with a thrilling four-set loss to Roberto Bautista Agut. Here’s everything you need to know during the Australian Open:

How to watch the Australian Open 2023

You can watch the Australian Open live on Eurosport in the UK. The event will be broadcast on Eurosport TV channels, or fans can tune in to it Discover + To stream the tournament, where the Recreation and Sports pass is available £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year.

Sky has also announced that, starting today, Discovery+ will be available at no additional cost to Sky customers, including Sky Glass and Sky Stream customers.

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If you’re not already a Sky customer, you can get a Sky Stream box, which comes with Sky TV and a basic Netflix plan. The device is currently discounted on Sky’s Winter Sale (was £26 a month, now £24 a month, sky.com). This is the new Sky device and does not require a satellite dish as it broadcasts Sky live over wifi.

Meanwhile, ESPN owns the rights in the United States.

2023 Australian Open schedule

Friday, January 27: Men’s Singles – Semi-finals

Saturday, January 28: Women’s Singles Final

Sunday, January 29: Men’s Singles Final

Medal of Play – Friday, January 27th

Rod Laver Arena

Not earlier than 03:30 GMT

Karen Khachanov vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas

From 08:30 GMT

Novak Djokovic vs Tommy Paul

The Australian Open continues on Friday with the men’s semi-finals as Novak Djokovic is still on course to win his first major tournament of the tennis season.

The nine-time champion was at his best as he defeated Alex de Minaur and Andrei Rublev in straight sets, but he was drawn into further controversy before his encounter with Tommy Poole after his father was photographed posing with Vladimir Putin supporters in Melbourne.

The women’s final is set with Elena Rybakina aiming for her second Grand Slam title against Aryna Sabalenka, who is in her first Grand Slam final. Rybakina and Sabalenka both won in straight sets on Thursday, setting up a battle between two heavy hitters in the final.

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Andy Murray was the story of the first week at Melbourne Park with his epic five-set wins over Mathieu Berrettini and Thanasi Kokkinakis, but the 35-year-old’s memorable career ended with a thrilling four-set loss to Roberto Bautista Agut. Here’s everything you need to know during the Australian Open:

How to watch the Australian Open 2023

You can watch the Australian Open live on Eurosport in the UK. The event will be broadcast on Eurosport TV channels, or fans can tune in to it Discover + To stream the tournament, where the Recreation and Sports pass is available £6.99 per month or £59.99 per year.

Sky has also announced that, starting today, Discovery+ will be available at no additional cost to Sky customers, including Sky Glass and Sky Stream customers.

If you’re not already a Sky customer, you can get a Sky Stream box, which comes with Sky TV and a basic Netflix plan. The device is currently discounted on Sky’s Winter Sale (was £26 a month, now £24 a month, sky.com). This is the new Sky device and does not require a satellite dish as it broadcasts Sky live over wifi.

Meanwhile, ESPN owns the rights in the United States.

2023 Australian Open schedule

Friday, January 27: Men’s Singles – Semi-finals

Saturday, January 28: Women’s Singles Final

Sunday, January 29: Men’s Singles Final

Medal of Play – Friday, January 27th

Rod Laver Arena

Not earlier than 03:30 GMT

Karen Khachanov vs. Stefanos Tsitsipas

From 08:30 GMT

Novak Djokovic vs Tommy Paul