The Australian Open is underway and kick-starts the tennis season following the winter break.
Women’s singles champion Caroline Wozniacki is also back to defend her crown though Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber are among the favourites to dethrone her.
Andy Murray, a three-time Grand Slam champion, revealed prior to the tournament he would retire this year because of a chronic hip problem.
The Brit lost his opening round match in five sets to Roberto Bautista Agut.
Prize money for the Australian Open has seen a 10 per cent increase from last year, with the 2019 singles’ winners set to take home £2.56million each.
Coverage of the tournament is global and UK fans have been offered the chance to soak up the whole tournament for just 1p.
Express Sport has rounded up all the details for how you can watch the Australian Open 2019.
Australian Open live stream – how to watch online
Tennis fans in the UK can watch the Australian Open via the Eurosport TV channel and on the Eurosport Player live streaming service.
Fans without a Eurosport subscription can still sign up for a special deal to watch all of the action for just 1p.
If you have an Amazon Prime membership, you can add the Eurosport channel to your account for only 1p per month (up to six months).
Customers who take up the full six months can also tune in for the French Open in May, while the US Open is exclusive to Amazon Prime itself.
Australian Open winner odds
Novak Djokovic – 6/5
Roger Federer – 7/2
Rafael Nadal – 15/2
Serena Williams – 4/1
Angelique Kerber – 6/1
Aryna Sabalenka – 11/1
(Odds from SkyBet)