The first tennis Grand Slam has arrived and the best players in the world are currently in Melbourne for the 2024 Australian Open. The tournament concludes on Sunday, January 28 but due to the time difference, many may miss the live broadcast that you can find out how to watch.
Luckily, the Tennis Channel will be offering replays and encore coverage each day throughout the tournament. For the 17th year, the 24/7 tennis network will be covering the events as they unfold in Melbourne. Hall of Famers Martina Navratilova, Jim Courier, Lindsay Davenport, and coach and analyst Paul Annacone are just a few of the on-air personalities that will be a part of Tennis Channel Live at the Australian Open.
Find out how to watch the encore and replays of the 2024 Australian Open without cable, below.
When to Watch
2024 Australian Open
- Date: Sunday, January 14 – Sunday, January 28
- Time: Click here to view the schedule
- Channel: Tennis Channel
- Stream: DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, or YouTube TV
How to Watch the 2024 Australian Open Replays & Encores Without Cable TV
For those that miss the live serves in the Land Down Under, you can stream encores and replays of all of the action during the 2024 Australian Open on the Tennis Channel. With Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or any other compatible device, you can watch the Tennis Channel live with a subscription to DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, or YouTube TV.
Find out more about each streaming service, below.
Watch the Australian Open Replays on DIRECTV STREAM
The Tennis Channel is available on DIRECTV STREAM. The Choice package includes the Australian Open encore on the Tennis Channel in a lineup of over 105 channels, so viewers can watch each round and more for only $83.99 per month for the first two months. There are no contracts, no hidden fees, and a subscription includes unlimited cloud DVR storage.
New subscribers can take advantage of a 5-day free trial before subscribing, which allows you to livestream the Australian Open for free online.
Watch the Australian Open Replays on Fubo
The Australian Open replays and over 130 events are available to stream with the Elite plan from Fubo. The plan includes the Tennis Channel, and over 240 channels, so you can watch the replay serves during the tournament for only $84.99 per month. Relive your favorite moments during the event, and rewatch your favorite shows with 1000 hours and Cloud DVR space.
With Fubo, new subscribers can try it for free.
Watch the Australian Open Replays on Sling TV
One of the most affordable ways to watch the Australian Open encores on Tennis Channel is with Sling TV. Starting at $40 per month, Sling’s base packages of Sling Orange or Sling Blue give you access to over 30 live channels. Unlock the Tennis Channel in a bundle of 10+ sports networks with the Sports Extra add-on for an additional $11 per month. Plus, Sling includes 50 hours of DVR storage to record the biggest moments of the tournament.
For a limited time, new subscribers can get half off of their first month.
Watch the Australian Open Replays on Hulu + Live TV
Stream over 90 channels on Hulu + Live TV for $76.99 per month. For the 2024 Australian Open replays, Hulu + Live TV provides access to Tennis Channel and six other sports networks in its Sports Add-on for an additional $9.99 per month. The service offers unlimited access to the Hulu library, Disney+, and live sports on ESPN+ for no additional charge. Record your favorite shows and sporting events, including live tennis for up to 9 months with unlimited DVR storage.
Watch the Australian Open Replays on YouTube TV
Stream over 100 channels, including the encore presentation of the Australian Open on Tennis Channel with YouTube TV. The base plan is only $72.99 per month, but to gain access to Tennis Channel, you need to Sports Plus add-on for an additional $10.99 per month. The Sports Plus add-on includes 15 of the most popular sports channels, including NFL RedZone. All YouTube TV subscriptions have unlimited DVR, which will allow you to rewatch each minute of the tournament, and the ability to share 6 accounts per household.
New users can try YouTube TV for free for a limited time.