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2020 Australian Open Live Stream and Odds

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The 2020 Australian Open is a Grand Slam tennis tournament that is taking place at Melbourne Park, from 20 January to 2 February 2020. It is the 108th edition of the Australian Open, the 52nd in the Open Era, and the first Grand Slam of the year. The tournament consists of events for professional players in singles, doubles and mixed doubles. Junior and wheelchair players compete in singles and doubles tournaments. As in previous years, the tournament’s main sponsor is Kia.

Novak Djokovic and Naomi Osaka are the defending champions in Men’s Singles and Women’s Singles, respectively. Rafael Nadal can become the first male player in the Open Era to achieve a double career grand slam by winning this tournament. Nadal and Djokovic will also be in contention for the ATP no. 1 singles player at the start of the tournament. Nadal is guaranteed to retain the no. 1 ranking if he makes the semi-final. Therefore a huge stake lies for the top 3 of the sport as they take on the emerging youngsters of the ball game.

This is the first edition of the Australian Open with GreenSet – a hard surface produced by GreenSet Worldwide and is also the third type of hard surface used for the Australian Open.

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2020 Aus Open Live Stream

All matches of the Australian Open 2020 can be viewed through Bet365.com, a platform that offers live betting for every set during a match and an account that provides more than what it actually says.

The Nine Network, the Australian commercial broadcaster, has the TV rights deal for the Australian Open tournament. You can watch every match, on every court, live on 9Now.

You can also tune in to the 2020 Australian Open live on ESPN. You can watch the ESPN stream using a variety of free trials.

Watching on mobile? Fire up the YouTube TV app (on Android and iOS), Sling TV app (on Android and iOS), the Hulu app (on Android or iOS), or the AT&T TV Now app (on Android and iOS).

Aus Open Outright Odds

The following stars are some of the prominent contenders in the game of tennis and have established themselves as favorable candidates to win the Australian Open 2020.

Outright Odds – Men’s Singles

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Outright Odds – Women’s Singles

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Novak Djokovic

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The World No. 2 Serbian tennis player has been playing some of the best tennis of his career ever since bagging the Australian Open championship in 2019. Being the top-seeded men’s singles tennis player as of now, Novak Djokovic is being talked about as a huge favourite amongst the bookies to win the championship once again. If you love to bet on sports, you can go ahead and back Djokovic at 6/4 odds offered by many bookmakers. Interested tennis bettors should also look at betting on the potential finalists as many believe that it will be another classic Nadal-Djokovic final this time around. But since their last year match wasn’t too impressive, you could also put your money on a Djokovic vs Federer final and the Serbian is making his way through.

Rafael Nadal

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The World’s No. 1 – Rafael Nadal will take centre stage in Melbourne on Tuesday. The 2009 champion will face Bolivian Hugo Dellien for the first time in the opening round. The Spaniard begins his chase to tie Federer’s record of 20 Grand Slam titles. The 19-time major winner is pursuing his 2nd Australian Open trophy. Top-seeded Nadal is trying to become the first man in the Open Era to win all 4 major titles at least twice. As a matter of fact, only Rod Laver and Roy Emerson have accomplished the feat. He could also win the US Open and the Australian Open back-to-back for the first time, becoming the 6th man in the Open Era to do so.

Daniil Medvedev

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The 23-year-old’s quirky style propelled him to 4 titles and a Tour-leading 59 match wins in 2019 and he usually provides different challenges to the old guard. Medvedev reached the U.S. Open final last year and pushed Rafael Nadal to the limit after a stunning fightback from two sets down. That final showcased the Russian’s dexterous game to the full, combining an incredible ability to soak up punishment before counter-attacking with searing power. His run to the final at Flushing Meadow was quite a rollercoaster as he not only took on opponents but gave the boisterous New York crowd a run for its money. Medvedev will be seeded fourth in Melbourne and is a possible semi-final opponent for Nadal and can also threaten the defending Champion on his way.

Roger Federer

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No one can rule out Roger Federer from a Grand Slam win till the day the Swiss hangs up his boots and his racket. The 20-time Grand Slam Champion and 6-time Australian Open winner Roger Federer will make a return to the Rod Laver Arena for the 21st time, in his quest of a record-equaling 7th Australian Open title. Even though he exited in the 4th round last year, Roger Federer had won the Australian Open back-to-back in 2017 and 2018. As can be expected, everyone would be discussing his fitness and age going into this tournament too, but as he has shown time and again, whenever he steps on to the tennis court, he is in with a very good chance to win.

Stefanos Tsitsipas

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Stefanos Tsitsipas became one of the youngest ever winners of the season finale at the O2 arena in London. He now moves onto the first Grand slam of 2020 in Australia where last year he reached the semifinal before losing to Rafael Nadal. Stefanos Tsitsipas last played at the ATP Cup but it was a poor tournament for Tsitsipas as he finished the tournament with a record of 1-2. Despite that result, Stefanos Tsitsipas will still play with confidence as he had an extremely strong end to 2019. He won the ATP Finals where he defeated elite players like Roger Federer, Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev and Daniil Medvedev. Having played extremely well at the 2019 Australian Open, he made it to the semifinals and his record at this event with his recent form, tells us that he will be tough to defeat.

2020 Aus Open Prize Money

The Australian Open total prize money for 2020 was increased by 13.6% to a tournament record of $71,000,000. The 2020 total shows a rise of 13.6% on 2019’s prize money with a focus on qualifiers and early-round losers who see double-digit percentage growth compared to last year.

2020 Australian Open Prize Money Breakdown
StageSinglesDoublesMixed Doubles
Winner$4,120,000$760,000$190,000
Runner-up$2,065,000$380,000$100,000
Semifinal$1,040,000$200,000$50,000
Quarterfinal$525,000$110,000$24,000
Round 4$300,000
Round 3$180,000$62,000
Round 2$128,000$38,000$12,000
Round 1$90,000$25,000$6,250
Qualifying 3$50,000
Qualifying 2$32,500
Qualifying 1$20,000

2020 Aus Open Schedule

DateSessionRod LaverMargaret CourtOutside CourtsPublic GatesFeatured Matches
Wed 1/1510:00am9:30amQualifying
Thu 1/1610:00am9:30amQualifying
Fri 1/1710:00am9:30amQualifying
Sat 1/1810:00am9:30amQualifying
Sun 1/19no playn/a
Mon 1/20Day
Night
11:00am
7:00pm
11:00am
11:00am
10:00am 5:00pm1st singles round
Tue 1/21Day
Night
11:00am 7:00pm11:00am
11:00am
10:00am 5:00pm1st singles round
Wed 1/22Day
Night
11:00am 7:00pm11:00am
11:00am –10:00am 5:00pm2nd singles round
Thu 1/23Day
Night
11:00am 7:00pm11:00am
11:00am
10:00am 5:00pm2nd singles round
Fri 1/24Day
Night
11:00am 7:00pm11:00am 7:30pm11:00am
10:00am 5:00pm3rd singles round
Sat 1/25Day
Night
11:00am 7:00pm11:00am 7:30pm11:00am
10:00am 5:00pm3rd singles round
Sun 1/26Day
Night
11:00am 7:00pm11:00am
11:00am
10:00am 5:00pm4th singles round
Mon 1/27Day
Night
11:00am 7:30pm11:00am
11:00am
10:00am 5:00pm4th singles round
Tue 1/28Day
Night
11:00am 7:00pmno play11:00am
10:00am 5:00pmQuarterfinal Singles
Wed 1/29Day
Night
11:00am 7:30pmno play11:00am
10:00am 5:00pmQuarterfinal Singles
Thu 1/30Day
Night
11:00am 7:30pmno play11:00am
10:00am 5:00pm2 x Women’s Singles Semifinal
1 x Men’s Singles Semifinal
Fri 1/31Twilight3:00pm
7:30pm
no play3:00pm
2:00pm
Women’s Doubles Final
1 x Men’s Singles Semifinal
Sat 2/1Twilight1:00pm
7:30pm
no play1:00pm
12:00pm
Men’s Doubles Final
Women’s Final
Sun 2/02Twilight4:30pm 7:00pmno playno play3:00pm
Mixed Doubles Final
Men’s Singles Final

The 1st Round so far

Teenage tennis sensation Coco Gauff has done it again, upsetting multiple-time slam winner Venus Williams in the opening round of the Australian Open. In a rematch of last year’s Wimbledon, the 15-year-old Gauff proved too good for her 39-year-old opponent, once again beating her on the big stage – this time 7-6(5) 6-3.

Almost 20 first round matches have been cancelled due to rain delays on the opening day of the Australian Open. Those include Aussie John Millman’s opener against Ugo Humbert and No.12 Johanna Konta’s match with Ons Jabeur.

Roger Federer is through to the second round of the Australian Open after making light work of Steve Johnson, cruising past his American opponent 6-3 6-2 6-2. The 38-year-old barely broke a sweat in what was his first official match of 2020.

Naomi Osaka has recovered from a mini scare to progress through to the second round of the Australian Open. The 22-year-old defeated Marie Bouzkova 6-2, 6-4. Bouzkova broke Osaka early in the second set, prompting the two-time Grand Slam champion to bring out some of her best tennis. Serena Williams was equally as brutal, making light work of Anastasia Potapova 6-0, 6-3 in her first round.

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