After using many apps. i found one best application for Android users that allows users to watch Australian Open 2018 live.That application is “TennisTV”.
TennisTV – Australian Open 2018 Live Streaming
All the live content in this app need subscription to play.Once you have an account with valid subscription, you get access to their live content on your computer, iPad, iPhone or Android device.
- Live streaming of 100 ATP and WTA tournaments
- 2,000 matches a year
- Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
- All ATP Masters 1000 and 500 tournaments including BNP Paribas Open Indian Wells, Rogers Cup and the Western & Southern Open Cincinnati
- Selected ATP 250 tournaments
- BNP Paribas WTA Championships, Singapore
- All WTA Premier tournaments
- Selected WTA International tournaments
- Lots of highlights, interviews and features
Another free application is Tennis live scores.Here you can check all the live scores.You cannot watch tennis match live.
Download Tennis live scores from Google Play Store
List of other useful apps for Live tennis on Android smartphones and tablets:
1. ATP/WTA Live – Download (Play store)
2. Tennis Temple – Download (Play store)
3. Tennis Channel Everywhere – Download (Play store) – Tennis Live streaming Free
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