Why the Australian Open is Worth Watching Live

Posted on Jun 24 2016 - 5:32pm by Business Day TV

Australian OpenLive entertainment at Melbourne Park in January means world-class tennis playing trying their best to outplay each other. You should be there on the sidelines when the 2017 champion raises the coveted trophy.

Here are some of the reasons you should invest in Australian open men’s final tickets:

The best tennis you will see anywhere

There is nothing in the world quite like seeing the likes of Novak, Roger, Rafa, Serena, Maria, and other global superstars exchanging blows on hard court. Wouldn’t it be nice to be sitting there on the sidelines witnessing as they hit record aces, and deliver their signature serves with your own eyes? Three to four hours of tennis may seem tedious if you are staring at the television screen all day.

Yet, if you are watching a live match, you have three to four hours of stunning tennis unfolding before you. The quest for the prize makes players give their all, and the superstars definitely put on a show. The interplay of emotions attracts tennis fans who are following the matches on television. You might even catch some players off court relaxing at a local café, the beach, or taking a stroll around Melbourne Park.

Plenty of fun and exciting activities

So many other activities await you and your friends in Melbourne, especially if you choose to hang out after matches instead of going back to the hotel. Some of Australia’s best up-and-coming bands perform live at Grand Slam Oval. You will not get hungry while you wait for the next show because there are so many restaurants and cafes in the area. Shopping outlets dot the area, and you can spend as much time as you want looking for official Aussie Open merchandise.

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The only Grand Slam tennis event in the Asia-Pacific regions happens under the intensely hot Australian summer sun. For some people, that’s enough reason to stay indoors and just watch the matches on the telly. Don’t you want to be part of the drama where and when it happens?