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How to watch the Brisbane International: Full summer of tennis TV and streaming guide, start time, dates, players

28th December, 2023
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28th December, 2023
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The first ATP and WTA tournaments of the year are upon us, with some of the best players in the world set to descend upon the Brisbane International. This is The Roar’s guide to live streaming all the action online and watching it on TV.

The tournament is set to get underway at 12pm (AEDT) on Sunday, December 31. It will run until the conclusion of both the men’s and women’s final on Sunday, January 7, which are expected to be played from 6pm (AEDT) on that day.

Watch every Australian Open match ad-free, live & on demand with centre court in 4K Ultra-HD on the home of Grand Slam tennis, Stan Sport.

All matches for the tournament will be played at the Queensland Tennis Centre, with the centre court known as the Pat Rafter Arena.

Along with the United Cup in Perth and Sydney, the tournament kicks off the Australian summer of tennis, and is followed by the Adelaide International, which runs from January 8-13, and of course the Australian Open itself, which

The Brisbane International is often used by some of the biggest players in the game as the main warm-up tournament to the Australian Open, which gets underway in the third week of January.

This year’s tournament will see grand slam champions Rafael Nadal and Naomi Osaka make their long-awaited returns to tennis, along with Australians Rinky Hijikata and Jason Kubler, who are the reigning Australian Open champions in the men’s doubles.

How to watch the tournament on TV


As it has been since the 2019 summer of tennis, Channel Nine will be the official broadcaster for all Brisbane International matches, as well as for the Adelaide International, United Cup and Australian Open.

They will have one channel dedicated to the Brisbane International, showing all the big matches and Australians throughout the tournament.

This channel will for the most part be secondary channel 9GO (Channel 99) due to the presence of the United Cup on the main channel.

How to live stream the tournament online

You have two options for streaming the Brisbane International on your device of choice.

To catch all the major matches live or on demand at your time of choosing, you’ll need to subscribe to Stan Sport. The streaming service will have the entire summer of tennis across all tournaments available on demand, meaning you can watch live or catch up on the highlights afterwards.

Please note for the Brisbane International, Stan will only be showing a limited number of matches in the early rounds, but are expected to provide full coverage of all singles matches from the quarter-finals on.


Click the above link to subscribe – please note to purchase Stan Sport, you will first need to buy a subscription to the main Stan platform, then add the sport add-on, which will set you back a minimum of $25 per month.

Otherwise, you will need to download the 9Now application, or go through their website, make a free account, and stream from there.

While 9Now will show Brisbane International matches live simultaneously with their TV coverage, they will not provide replays.

Tournament schedule

Date Session Start time (AEDT) Matches
Sun Dec 31 Day 12:00 PM First round
Mon Jan 1 Day 12:00 PM First round
Mon Jan 1 Night 8:00 PM First round
Tue Jan 2 Day 12:00 PM First/Second round
Tue Jan 2 Night 8:00 PM First/Second round
Wed Jan 3 Day 12:00 PM Second round
Wed Jan 3 Night 8:00 PM Second round
Thu Jan 4 Day 12:00 PM Second/Third round
Thu Jan 4 Night 8:00 PM Second/Third round
Fri Jan 5 Day 12:00 PM Quarter-finals
Fri Jan 5 Night 8:00 PM Semi-final
Sat Jan 6 Day 12:00 PM Semi-finals
Sat Jan 6 Night 8:00 PM Semi-finals
Sun Jan 7 Day 2:00 PM Women’s singles final
Sun Jan 7 Day 5:00 PM (approx.) Men’s singles final