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Australian Open Women’s Semifinal Live Stream (1/26): How to Watch Online, TV, Time, Schedule

Australian Open Women’s Semifinal Live Stream (1/26): How to Watch Online, TV, Time, Schedule

Victoria Azarenka will take on reigning Wimbledon champion Elena Rybakina in one of two women’s semi-finals at the Australian Open on Thursday, 26 January. Live streaming of Australian Open matches. fuboTV (free trial) And Sling (first half of the month),

Azarenka continues her quest for a third Australian Open title, a decade after her last championship at Melbourne Park

No. 5 seed Aryana Sabalenka will play unseeded Magda Linette in the second.

Azarenka, now 33, won titles in Australia in 2012 and 2013 but has not returned to the last four since. Azarenka has defeated three Americans – 2020 Australian champion Sofia Kenin, Madison Keys and No. 3 Jessica Pegula – on her way to her first semifinal at a Grand Slam tournament since the 2020 US Open.

Rybakina’s path includes wins against 2022 runner-up Danielle Collins and No. 1 Iga Swiatek. Rybakina defeated Azarenka in straight sets in their previous meeting. Sabalenka is 9-0 so far in 2023 and has won both of their past meetings against Linett, including at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

When is the Australian Open?

The Australian Open continues on Thursday, January 26 at 2:30PM ET (3:30AM ET).

Will it be live streamed?

Fubo TV

The game will be live streamed fuboTV, which offers a free trial. The most basic of the plans is the “Fubo Standard” package, which includes 121-plus channels for $69.99 per month. Like all cord-cutting options, there are plenty of options specifically for sports. It also comes with over 1,000 hours of cloud-based DVR and up to 10 screens at once.

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sling tv

sling tv One of the cheapest live streaming services. It offers three different channel packages for its users: Sling Orange, Sling Blue and Sling Orange + Blue.

All three packages are offering half off the first month.

Sling Blue and Sling Orange are both $40 per month, but offer different channel selections.

The main difference between the two packages is the line of ESPN channels offered with Sling Orange, as opposed to channels offered with Sling Blue, such as Fox News, MSNBC, Discovery, and Bravo.

Meanwhile, both the Sling Orange + Blue packages are combined for $55 per month.

Which TV channel will broadcast?

The Australian Open will be broadcast on ESPN.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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