Australian Open Tennis Live Streaming Available with Livestreamingsport.com and Partners
Chatham, United Kingdom, January 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Livestreamingsport.com have announced their officially licensed live streaming partner bet365 have secured the rights to stream live Australian Open coverage free to their members. The tournament is the first Grand Slam event of 2013 and the website is delighted to add it to the wide range of sports already on their portfolio.
The 2013 season has barely begun but they already have a gathering of the world's finest tennis players in Melbourne for the upcoming Australian Open. The tournament kicks off on Monday, January 14 and live streaming fans can look forward to two weeks of pulsating Grand Slam action.
US Open champion Andy Murray will be bidding to become the first Briton since Fred Perry in 1936 to win back-to-back slams. His cause was aided by the withdrawal of Rafael Nadal from the tournament due to a stomach virus last week. However, he'll still have to overcome the challenge of defending champion Novak Djokovic and four-time winner Roger Federer.
Livestreamingsport.com boast a team of expert sports journalists with vast experience in the industry and provide readers with tournament previews, predictions and live streaming schedules for all the top tennis events. The website gives readers a step by step introduction on how they can watch the Australian Open live for free through their partnership with bet365.
Managing Editor for Livestreamingsport.com, Brendan O'Neill, was thrilled to announce the availability of the Australian Open live online saying: "The 2013 season has hardly had time to build up steam but we already have a massive tournament to look forward to as the world's elite players congregate at Melbourne Park.
"Scotland's Andy Murray will be determined to secure a second Grand Slam title and avoid being labelled a 'One Slam Wonder', though he'll have his work cut out with Novak Djokovic bidding for a third successive triumph at the event and Swiss ace Roger Federer aiming to win the Australian Open for a fifth time.
"We are obviously delighted that our live streaming partnership with bet365 has once again borne fruit and tennis fans from around the world won't have to miss out on this fantastic event."
Contact Name: Brendan O'Neill