Miami Open live stream: Watch the tennis for free online

The Miami Open is currently underway and will run until April 2. If you want to see the latest tennis reports in the early days, you’ll need to sign up for the relevant streaming service to do so. Have no idea where to start? Fortunately, the Miami Open is on the Tennis Channel, so you just have to sign up for one of the best live TV streaming services that offer it. Here are your top picks, including how to watch some of the Miami Open live streams for free.

Watch the Miami Open live on FuboTV

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FuboTV is a popular choice for sports fans, offering a wide range of options including NBC, USA Network, Golf Channel, Fox Sports 1 and 2, MLB Network, and NFL Network. There are at least 145 channels, depending on which plan you choose, and that includes entertainment options like Paramount, Bravo, and the Disney Channel. FuboTV costs $75 per month, but there is a free trial of FuboTV. Sign up today and get seven days of access without paying a dime. You won’t be able to watch the entire Miami Open for free, but it’s a good starting point.

Watch the live stream of the Miami Open on Sling TV

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Sling is a popular option for anyone looking to get offline and get on with streaming services. It is divided into two options: Sling Orange and Sling Blue. For the purposes of watching the Miami Open live, both work because they both offer the Tennis Channel through their Sports Extra package. The Sling Orange service focuses on sports, while Sling Blue is more general. Both offer channels like Comedy Central, CNN, the History Channel, and the Food Network. Sling Orange also has ESPN and the Disney Channel, while Sling Blue offers Fox Sports 1, MSNBC, among many others. Both plans cost $20 for the first month before going up to $40 for subsequent months. To watch the Tennis Channel, you’ll also need to sign up for Sports Extra, which costs $11 per month.

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Watch live streaming of the Miami Open from abroad with a VPN

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If you travel abroad a lot, you may have noticed that your streaming services like FuboTV aren’t tracking you. This means you miss out on all of the service or only get limited access, even though you’re still paying for your subscription. It doesn’t seem fair, but there is a way around it: one of the best VPNs. Sign up for NordVPN and the service will let you pretend you’re somewhere else or come home even when you’re not. From your hotel Wi-Fi, simply select a US-based server in the NordVPN app and you can act like you’re still sitting at home and easily access FuboTV or Sling without any hassle. Although there is no free trial of NordVPN in the conventional sense, you can try it out with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Given the enhanced security it gives you, we recommend sticking with NordVPN for a while longer.

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