On Monday (January 15), one of the world's biggest tennis events - the Australian Open - returns to the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne. If you're stuck at work when it's all happening or don't have access to free-to-air TV for whatever reason, we have you covered! Here's how to watch the 2018 Australian Open from your desk or on your mobile phone for free.
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The Australian Open 2018 (or as we seem to be calling it now AO18), begins on Monday, January 15 and will again be broadcast live on Channel 7 and 7's tennis app. We've put together a schedule of Australian Open matches, first draw schedule and information on how you can watch the Australian Open at work, so you don't have to miss a minute of the world's biggest Grand Slam.
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The annual Australian Open, held in Melbourne, starts on Monday, January 16 and will be broadcasted on Channel 7. To make it easier for you to watch the games you want, we've put together the schedule of Australian Open matches, first draw schedule and information on how you can watch the Australian Open at work.