The Australian Open 2013 men's finals will be live streaming online and televised for those up early enough to catch the tennis action. It'll be a matchup featuring Andy Murray vs. reigning star Novak Djokovic shown early Sunday morning for United States tennis fans.
When the Australian Open 2013 live match gets going, a win for either competitor could be significant in the record books for tennis. According to a report from Zee News on Jan. 26, Murray is looking to make history with a win here against Djokovic, because it would build on a previous win. If he captures the Australian Open title, he becomes the first player since 1956 to win a second major title right after winning his first. The last guy to do that was Lew Hoad.
However, Murray's exhausting battle to defeat Roger Federer may have drained him heading into this huge match. Meanwhile, Djokovic has had an extra day of rest to prepare for the finals. He defeated David Ferrer with ease in the semifinals to advance to this championship round.
This will be the main matchup to watch, as it has replaced that of Feder vs. Nadal, which had the spotlight for several years in recent memory. With a win on Sunday morning, Djokovic can make history of his own. He'll win his fourth Australian Open to tie the number of victories in the tennis tournament that Andre Agassi and Roger Federer have.
Sunday's Australian Open 2013 men's tennis finals will be live streaming on WatchESPN, the broadband sports network. The live matchup will also be shown on ESPN, via Roanoke's Cox Cable channel 25. Game time is set for an early 3 a.m. in the morning, so viewers will want to set those DVR's appropriately, or wake up bright and early to enjoy the action.