Watch the Australian Open for 99p with TWO months of Eurosport on Amazon Prime

IT’S early rounds at Melbourne Park as the Australian Open serves two weeks of top-tier tennis.

But if you’ve yet to watch any of the Australian open this year, you can do so for just 99p.

Eurosport Player is available on Amazon Prime Video for 99p

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The whole tournament is being shown on Eurosport, and you can get Eurosport Player with Amazon Prime Video Channels.

It’s just 99p too, so you can watch the whole Australian Open (and more) for under £1.

Even better, you can currently get two months of Eurosport Player for the price if you want to boost your sport options.

Heather Watson is in to the second round of the tournament

The deal means you can watch all the action at Melbourne Park, and see if Serena Williams can secure a record-equalling 24th women’s grand slam title.

  • Australian Open: Eurosport Player 99p on Prime Video – buy here

Plus, Novak Djokovic is bidding to land his ninth Australian Open men’s title.

There’s competition for both, with Naomi Osaka and Ashleigh Barty among the favourites for the women’s title – and already through to the second round.

Serena Williams is looking for a record-equalling 24th grand slam title

Meanwhile Rafa Nadal saw a straight sets win against Laslo Đere, but tentative over his back which is “not perfect”.

The tournament reaches its climax on February 20-21 with the women’s final on February 20, and and the men’s on February 21.

There’s still plenty of tennis to be played befre then, and to be watched for minor outlay.

  • Australian Open: Eurosport Player 99p on Prime Video – buy here

To add Eurosport Player, search for it on your Prime device, confirm and add the app to be charged 99p for two months’s access.

You will continue to be charged for the player monthly after two months. Or you could keep it for cycling, athletics and snooker – and more tennis, with the French Open, Wimbledon and the Davis Cup.

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