What Time & Channel Is the Australian Open Women’s Final?



Serena Williams is aiming for Grand Slam title No. 22, and the only woman who stands in her way is Angelique Kerber, who is appearing in her first ever major final.

A win in Saturday’s Australian Open final would not only give Williams an amazing seven tiles in Melbourne, but it would tie her with Steffi Graf for the most Open Era singles titles of all-time. And despite not playing since her shocking loss at last year’s US Open, she has looked as transcendentally dominant as ever the last two weeks, losing zero sets and only 26 games through her first six matches.

Kerber, who has topped Serena once in six tries, enters as a massive underdog. Can she pull off the massive upset? Or will Williams continue to bulldoze her way through any and all competition?

Here’s everything you need to know to watch:

Australian Open Women’s Final Viewing Info

Note: In the United States, a replay of the match will be shown on Sunday at 9 a.m. ET on ESPN 2. Read on for info on the live broadcast:

Date: Saturday, January 30

Time, United States: 3:30 a.m. ET

Time, Australia: 7:30 p.m.

TV Channel, United States: ESPN

TV Channel, Australia: Seven

TV Channel, Elsewhere: You can click here for a complete channel guide for countries around the world

Live Stream, United States: WatchESPN or Sling TV; click here for a complete rundown of how to watch online

Live Stream, Australia: 7Tennis.com