The latest Womens Australian Open live stream tennis schedule, with Serena Williams, Na Li, Samantha Stosur, Sabine Lisicki all in action to watch from Melbourne on Day One.
The action kicks off from the Australian Open, with Bet365 announcing today that they are live streaming all the action from down under in high quality through their website.
Its certainly an action packed opening day, with Number One seed Serena Williams taking on Ashleigh Barty in a vey busy opening day in the heat of Melbourne.
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Paddy Power has valued Serena Williams at a stunning 1/500 to beat Ashleigh Barty in the first round of the Australian Open whilst Laura Robson returns to her birthplace to kick off her first Grand Slam of 2014.
Serena Williams has been at the top of the women’s tennis rankings for the best part of a decade but her sensational form doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon as she prepares for her first round tie at the Australian Open.
The first opponent in the world number one’s path is local wildcard Ashleigh Barty who is set to make her third appearance at Melbourne Park despite being just 17 years old.
Williams couldn’t have prepared any better for the Australian Open after winning the Brisbane International where she defeated the likes of Maria Sharapova and Victoria Azarenka on the way to winning the overall title.
This form will certainly be something that the world number 156 will need to be prepared for on Monday morning however the youngster from Queensland has had a good start to the year having upset Daniela Hantuchova in Brisbane before an injury forced her to retire against Maria Sharapova.
Barty has also got some experience of the big time having reached the final of the Women’s doubles at the US Open last year meaning that Serena might be surprised with what she might face when the two step on to the court at the Rod Laver Arena on Monday.
British interests will lie firmly with Laura Robson as the British number one prepares to take on Belgium’s Kirsten Flipkens in the first round.
Robson, currently ranked 90th in the world, has spent the off-season recovering from some niggling injuries and will be hoping to have a repeat of last year where she reached the third round of the tournament for the first time in her career.
Flipkens will certainly be no pushover though and the 18th seed has steadily gotten better at each edition of the Australian Open reaching the fourth round last year meaning that Robson might have a tough time of things in Melbourne.
Although the exploits of Laura Robson will likely go unnoticed, many eyes will have one cast over the back courts to see whether the British number one can steal the headlines away from Serena Williams on the opening day.