Andy Murray vs Taro Daniel live stream: How to watch Australian Open tennis online


Andy Murray’s comeback in Melbourne continues – just three years after the ex Wimbledon and US Open champ was played an emotional on court video at the Australian Open following speculation he could retire due to a hip problem. But Murray’s fighting spirit should never be doubted, and following surgery the three time Grand Slam champion has made an incredible comeback to return to the biggest stages of tennis. Murray, 34, will continue his comeback with a second round clash today against Japan’s Taro Daniel. If you want to tune in to see Murray’s next match you’ll need access to Eurosport or a Discovery+ subscription which includes live Eurosport programming.

Murray entered the second round of the Australian Open following a five set opening win over Nikoloz Basilashvili.

In a battle that lasted almost four hours, Murray won 6-1 3-6 6-4 6-7 (5) 6-4 to claim his victory in Melbourne for five years.

Speaking after the win Murray said: “It was amazing. It has been a tough three or four years.

“I’ve put in a lot of work to get back here. I have played on this court many times and the atmosphere is incredible. I have always had fantastic support.

“This is where I thought I had potentially played my last match three years ago but it is amazing to be back, winning a five-set battle like that. I couldn’t ask for any more.”


If you want to tune in to the Australian Open 2022 then you will need access to Eurosport, who are the exclusive broadcaster in the UK of the first Grand Slam tournament of the year.

Murray is expected to step onto court from 6.30am on Thursday January 20, so you won’t need to set your alarm for the crack of dawn to watch all of the action from down under.

Eurosport is bundled in with Sky, Virgin Media and BT TV packages so you may have access to the channels showing the Australian Open without even realising it.

If not, you can subscribe to Discovery+ which bundles in access to Eurosport and is available as a Prime Video channel.

A Discovery+ subscription is priced at £6.99 per month, and you will also need access to Prime Video or Amazon Prime if you want to sign-up to this add-on channel.

Thankfully, if you’re not already a Prime Video subscriber then you can sign-up to a free 30 day trial for the service.

You’ll then need to pay £6.99 to have Discovery+ access for the month, but this will let you watch all of the Australian Open – with the major tournament running for two weeks.

Besides having access to live Australian Open matches, signing up to Discovery+ will let you watch Discovery Originals such as the Faking It documentaries as well as other popular Discovery programming on-demand like Dr Pimple Popper, Deadliest Catch, American Monster, and much much more.


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