Watch Australian Open 2017 Live on Kodi!

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Updated Jan 27 -2017
YES!! Federer and Nadal in FINAL!!!
AND Serena won Women's Single!!

Games for DAY 14 (Jan 28 2017! Time at MELBOURNE, Australia. So check your local time.

Men's Singles - Finals Not before 7:30pm

Roger Federer (SUI) [17] vs. Rafael Nadal (ESP) [9]

The first Grand Slam tennis tournament of 2017 will start next week on 16th Jan 2017 until 29th. You can definitely expect electrifying excitements as the Big Four of tennis battle for the Australian Open crown.
The 2016 ATP Final epic moment was when Andy Murray dethroned Novak Djokovic from his 223 week No. 1 ranking streak and became Number 1 in the world. So the question remains if Andy Murray will be able to retain his title in this year Australian Open?

Fan favorite Roger Federer is making a comeback from his 6-month injury break. Then there is King of Clay Rafael Nadal wants to make 2017 his year.

Those big names expected to be there are
Men’s Singles:
Novak Djokovic.
Andy Murray.
Rafael Nadal.
Stan Wawrinka.
Roger Federer.

Women’s Singles:
Maria Sharapova.
Serena Williams.
Garbine Muguruza.
Victoria Azarenka.
Simona Halep.

You can watch Australian Open 2017 Grand Slam online when it begins with the official broadcasters listed as follows:

#RegionBroadcaster
1 Australia 7 Network
2 New Zealand Sky NZ
3 Asia Sony Six
4 France / Spain EuroSport 1 & 2
5 United Kingdom EuroSport
6 USA ESPN & ESPN2
7 Middle East belNSports
8 Africa Super Sport
9 Canada TSN & RDS

You can watch the Australian Open live streaming from the countries listed above. All these official broadcasters are geo-restricted to their regions so you will not be able to watch Australian Open if you are not living in the countries listed.

A cheap and effective way to overcome the above problems is to use VPN (Virtual Private Network) with Kodi. It only cost you a few dollars per month and protect you on all fronts. The VPN reroute your internet connection through a secure and encrypted server, therefore effectively hide your identity online and on the platforms like Kodi. With that, your ISP and other legal entities no longer able to trace and track your online activities. You can use VPN service to live stream Australian Open 2017 online on ESPN, 7 Network, EuroSport etc while your are located anywhere in the world.

Using VPN will allow you to unblock these channels and you can watch Australian Open 2017 free live online on Kodi, PS3, PS4, Xbox, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, or Android. Subscribe one of the VPN services here and enjoy the tournament. With Kodi, these are super great add-ons that enable you to watch the match LIVE!

 

 

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Last modified on Saturday, 28 January 2017 11:16
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5 comments

  • gandalf87

    np carol. was good but i wish venus had won, she came too far.

    posted by gandalf87 Saturday, 28 January 2017 12:58 Comment Link
  • Carol H.

    Hello gandalf87, good to know that! :)

    posted by Carol H. Saturday, 28 January 2017 12:53 Comment Link
  • gandalf87

    yeah, it's free to watch via 7tennis channel. i streamed the williams' finals via ivacy vpn.

    posted by gandalf87 Saturday, 28 January 2017 12:02 Comment Link
  • Carol H.

    Hello Kay,
    If your country is geo-blocked, then you are unable to view the content. You can subscribe and install VPN into your TV box, and select US as country to connect. Some VPNs have money back policy.

    posted by Carol H. Saturday, 28 January 2017 11:10 Comment Link
  • kay mixon

    I do not subscribe to ESPN2 but want to watch the Australian Open finals. I am confused if purchasing a VPN package will allow this. Thank you.

    posted by kay mixon Friday, 27 January 2017 17:55 Comment Link
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