ATP World Tour 2020 to Air Live and Stream Free Online in Australia

ATP Tennis Opens streaming live on Australian TV

The ATP Tour is the highest-level men’s professional tennis circuit. Organised by the Association of Tennis Professionals, the world’s best players compete in tournaments held on six continents, highlighted by four Grand Slams.

With the 2020 season just starting, tennis fans in Australia are anxious to learn which tournaments will air live on TV, what time the matches take place, and how to stream the ATP Tour online? Take a look at the information provided for answers to these questions and much more.

2020 ATP Tour and Grand Slam Australian TV Guide

2020 will mark the 51st anniversary season of the ATP Tour, and will feature 67 tournaments in total including the four Grand Slams, the Davis Cup, the ATP Finals, nine ATP 1000 events, thirteen ATP 500 events, and thirty-nine ATP 250 events. The schedule and format will closely mirror that of previous years, with the only major difference being the introduction of a shot clock at Masters series events. This will give players a set amount of time to come onto the court, warm-up and commence play, as well as limiting the break between points to 25 seconds. Each of these changes should enhance your tennis viewing experience, whether watching the matches at home on your big screen or mobile streaming the ATP World Tour Finals and other key tournaments live online.

As has been customary for a number of years, viewing audiences should expect that the Big Three of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer will continue to dominate the ATP tour, while others in the mix will include the likes of Alexander Zverev of Germany and Austrian Dominic Thiem. The three all-time greats will be eyeing a winning start to the season at the Australian Open in Melbourne. The clay courts of Roland Garros arrive at the end of May, where Nadal is favoured to take out an extraordinary twelfth French Open tennis trophy (Paris) in the season’s second Grand Slam.

The next Grand Slam on the 2020 broadcast schedule, held on the prestigious grass courts of Wimbledon in London, takes centre stage at the beginning of July. The 2020 US Open then rounds out the year of Grand Slams, with the action taking place from the end of August into early September, at Flushing Meadows in New York. Best of all, no matter which event you have circled on your calendar, there will be plenty of choices for watching tennis whether at home or out and about.

How to Stream ATP Tennis Live

Kayo Sports is your home of men’s tennis in 2020, with three Grand Slams available live and in High Definition, as well as nine ATP 1000 events, 13 ATP 500 events and the end of year ATP World Tour Finals held in London during November. Each and every one of these tournaments will be available on-demand, so if you miss your favourite players or an event you wanted to watch, you can catch up whenever it suits you. And what’s more, Kayo offers live streaming options on a wide range of devices and browsers, including – select PC and Macs, iOS and Android phones and tablets, Apple and Telstra TV, Google Chromecast, as well as Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge, with new apps and platforms soon to be added.

Device ListStreaming Guide
PC/MacYes, web browser only (Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Edge)
iOS/Android Phones/TabletsYes, via native apps (iOS 11 and Android 6 minimum).
Google ChromecastYes, Google Chromecast Ultra or 3rd Generation required for 1080p HD, otherwise 720p.
Telstra TVYes, Split View not available; TTV1 limited to 720p.
Android TVYes, via app for version 7.0 and up.
PS4 and Xbox One App in development – coming soon

A Kayo Sports subscription also includes a number of great features which further enhance your streaming choices. For example, the SplitView function allows you to watch up to four screens on the one device. The benefit is that if several events are being broadcast at the same time, you can tune into them simultaneously. There’s also a No Spoilers feature that allows you to catch up on a match you missed without having to see the scores, which is perfect for those late night or early morning international events. There’s also a Pause function that lets you take a break from the live action and return when you’re ready to resume watching.

** ATP announces ATP Tour Postponements **

The ATP has announced that the ATP Tour will be postponed until the May 4th at the earliest. They have also announced that the 2020 French Open is set to take place later in the season. The reason for this is the COVID-19 coronavirus, and concerns that arenas and travel may expose players and fans to this community health concern. If any significant new details are made available, this notice will include them and the TV fixtures will be updated.

ATP 2020 Tennis Live TV Fixtures (Sydney time)

Up next is the 18th edition of the Madrid Open, taking place in the Spanish capital. The final stages of this year’s competition, from the quarter finals onwards, will be available live in Australia via ESPN. Some of the best players on the men’s world tour will be on show hoping to take a big share of the €7 million prize money, including the likes of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Daniil Medvedev.

Friday 8 May Madrid Open Quarter FinalsTBCFoxtel / Kayo
Saturday 9 May Madrid Open Quarter Finals TBC Foxtel / Kayo
Sunday 10 May Madrid Open Semi Finals TBC Foxtel / Kayo
Monday 11 May Madrid Open Final TBC Foxtel / Kayo

All events shown as Sydney time, adjust for regional differences. ATP tennis replays available using Kayo on-demand following the day’s live action.

Stream ATP Tennis Live and Free

Kayo Sports, courtesy of their arrangement with the ESPN channel, will provide the most extensive live coverage during the 2020 season, as the world’s best compete for bragging rights and a chance to improve their rankings as the tour progresses. Throughout the year, their coverage will include the three majors outside Australia, nine ATP 1000 tournaments, thirteen ATP events and the ATP World Tour Finals.

So if you’re a resident of Australia you may wish to check out the Kayo Sports 14 day free trial which offers the exact same telecasts and coverage as Foxtel. With Kayo you can stream the ATP Tennis Tour live using eligible mobile devices, and with their split-view feature you can catch up to four Live events at the same time. This unique feature as well as the others built into the platform, ensures you never miss a key moment of the exclusive broadcasts found in the Kayo TV guide.

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ATP 2020 Australian TV Fixtures List

Take a moment to review Kayo Sports plans, which come in two convenient packs so you only need to pay for the sport you wish to see, and watch your favourite ATP Tennis stars in these listed events. Per broadcast agreement, the majority of the ATP Tour is currently not available on Free to Air TV in Australia.

Event Date Location
Monte Carlo Masters CancelledMonte Carlo, Monaco
Barcelona OpenCancelled Barcelona, Spain
Madrid Open4-11 MayMadrid, Spain
Italian Open 15-18 MayRome, Italy
Geneva Open 15-18 May Geneva, Switzerland

How to Watch ATP Tennis Online

Foxtel Now works with a wide variety of devices that will enable you to watch ATP including Telstra TV, Playstation 4, Chrome browsers on both PCs and Macs, and iOS or Android mobile devices (which also let you connect Chromecast to your TV if you have the capability). Older devices, such as Playstation 3, use the legacy Foxtel Play app to stream Foxtel Now. It works as smoothly as always, but those platforms cannot stream in high definition. Check out the complete list of compatible devices for Foxtel Now on the table below:

Device Available? User Guide
Foxtel Now Box Yes
Sony Android TV, Sony TV Yes 2015 models and above
iOS Mobiles/Tablets Yes Via Foxtel Go app (iPhone 4s or above, iPad 2 or above – using iOS 9.35 or above)
Android Mobiles/Tablets Yes Via native app (Lollipop 5.0 or above)
PC/Mac Yes Web browser only with Foxtel Go (Google Chrome and Safari)
Google Chromecast Yes Via casting
Apple TV Yes Via AirPlay
Telstra TV Yes All models
PlayStation 4 Yes All models (Foxtel Play on PlayStation 3)
Xbox One Yes Foxtel Play only
Samsung, LG Smart TVs Yes2017 models and above