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Sunday, January 13, 2008

Australian Open 2008 Live on ESPN TV Channel

To get live score of Novak Djokovic vs Jo-Wilfried Tsonga match, visit this link:

Novak Djokovic vs Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: Live Score and Updates


There are few hours left before Australian Open 2008 kicks off. Tennis fans around the world have already set their eyes on the first grand slam tournament of 2008. Players are busy with their last minute preparation. The good news is that almost all the top seeded players are going to take part in the tournament. So, Australian Open is expected to be an interesting tournament with some mind blowing matches.

Fans are definitely eager to know the name of the channel the will be able to watch the live action of the matches. Well, I have searched some in the net today and got to know that ESPN 2 and ESPN360.com will telecast the matches live for its viewers. Moreover, the channel will also telecast some relative programs during the tournament.

Allamericanpatriots reported:

ESPN2’s Australian Open programming will generally consist of three shows each day: live coverage in the evening starting Sunday, Jan. 13 at 7 p.m., live matches at 3:30 a.m. (depending on circumstances, at 6 a.m. coverage may shift to ESPN Classic), and at least three hours of same-day action the next afternoon at 3 p.m. As with the 2007 French Open, ESPN2 is working with Tennis Channel to bring fans virtually round-the-clock coverage during the 2008 Australian Open. ESPN2 is producing all Australian Open coverage for both networks, with each channel utilizing its own commentators.

It is nice that ESPN is going to telecast the matches live for millions of tennis fans. ESPN network is one of the widely known sports network with lots of channels. Now, you can set the time of the matches according to your time zone. So, I hope, you will be able to watch the exciting matches and enjoy the Australian Open 2008 competition.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous10:41 PM

    You can watch live scoring or live streams in a few sites some being William Hill TV, ESPN 360 or flash-score you can use the Internet guide in http://www.mylivetime.com (keyword ‘tennis’ or your favorite player name) to get the latest live venues for each game in the Australian open