Australian Open 2024: Live and On-Demand on Eurosport and discovery+

Australian Open 2024: Live and On-Demand on Eurosport and discovery+

 

Every moment of the 2024 Australian Open will be live and exclusive across Eurosport and discovery+ in the UK and Ireland, from 14-28 January.

 

For the first time, Australian superstar Nick Kyrgios will join Eurosport’s world-class commentary team in Melbourne. The outspoken, enigmatic 2022 Australian Open men’s doubles winner will provide fans with unique insights and connections to the tournament and its current players from the on-site commentary booth. A bonus camera stream from the commentary booth will also be available on discovery+.

 

Completing Eurosport’s on-site presentation team will be seven-time Grand Slam champion John McEnroe who joins former world number seven Barbara Schett andOlympic silver medallist Laura Robson to bring fans closer to the action from Melbourne Park.

 

Game-changing match analysis will de delivered from the award-winning mixed-reality Cube studio in London led by new host Rachel Stringer. She will be joined by seven-time Grand Slam Champion Mats Wilander and former world number four Tim Henman. A myriad of former players –including Boris Becker, Alex Corretja and Justine Henin -will also contribute to coverage across the duration of the tournament.

 

How can I watch the Australian Open on Sky?

 

All coverage will be available live via multi-court streaming functionality on discovery+, so you can pick and choose the matches you want to watch across any court. As well as online and the app, discovery+ is also available via Sky TV, so you're able to activate discovery+ and enjoy all the action at no extra cost to your current subscription!

 

All Australian Open coverage can be accessed via the Standard and Premium subscriptions on discovery+.

 

  • To subscribe online, plus full details on plans and prices, see here.

  • A full breakdown on ways to subscribe to discovery+ across Q, Glass and Stream can be viewed by clicking this link.

 

Coverage can also be accessed on Eurosport 1 and Eurosport 2, available via all major TV platforms including Sky TV, Virgin Media, and BT TV. Daily highlights will also be available free-to-air on DMAX.

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