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Where to watch ATP Masters online in Australia

The prestigious tennis tournament is available to watch or stream in Australia with ESPN.

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The ATP Masters is the third-highest tier of the annual men's tennis tournament, following the four Grand Slam tournaments and the ATP Finals. There are nine ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events, with all roads leading to the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.

Option 1: Watch ATP Masters on Foxtel

In Australia, the ATP Masters will be broadcast by ESPN until at least 2020. ESPN is part of the Foxtel Sport Pack, which also gives you access to tons of other exciting sporting competitions from all over the world. You can watch on TV or stream ESPN content to your mobile device when on the go with Foxtel Go. Foxtel Go is free to Foxtel subscribers.

Alternatively, you can sign up for Foxtel's streaming service, Foxtel Now. You'll need the Sport Pack to gain access to ESPN, which costs $29/month. However, you also need the Essentials Pack to be able to add Sports to your subscription. That's a $25/month buy-in, so you're looking at a minimum cost of $54 a month. On the plus side, Foxtel Now has a two-week free trial you can take advantage of to determine whether it's the right service for you.

Option 2: Watch ATP Masters on Fetch

ESPN is also part of the Fetch TV Vibe Pack, which costs $6/month. However, you need a Fetch set-top box before you can sign up to any Fetch channel packs, so you'll need to factor in the cost of either buying a Fetch box outright or purchasing one through a broadband provider.


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