The Brisbane International played every year in the beginning of January and marks the start of the Australian Open series. Get the latest information on how to watch the WTA Brisbane International Live Streaming online here.

Looking to watch the WTA Brisbane 2020 live streaming online?

*Geo-restrictions apply & pre-funded account needed

Earlier, it is usually one of the very first tournaments played at the start of every season and as a result, draws in a lot of talented players from men’s and women’s halves. From 2020 onward, the Brisbane International will only be played in the WTA section of the draw after the men’s tournament was scrapped and replaced by the ATP Cup.

The Brisbane International serves as an important practice run for players who looking to achieve the ultimate glory in the Australian Open. Even though not many points are up for grabs, having a great run here can boost your chances and confidence for the showdown in Melbourne.

2020 Brisbane International Tennis Schedule & Dates

The WTA season will kick-start with the Brisbane International being one of the three tournaments that will be played from January 6. The final will be held on January 12 with the qualifying rounds to be played between January 4-6. The exact schedule and order of play for the Brisbane International will be released closer to the start of the tournament.

Player List for 2020 Brisbane International Tennis

Some of the biggest tennis stars have agreed to feature in the Brisbane International Tennis competition for 2020 and this includes the world number Ash Barty, and defending champion Naomi Osaka along with Karolina Pliskova among others. Here’s the list of all seeded and top players who will take part in this tournament this year.

Women’s Singles

Seeds: Ash Barty, Karolina Pliskova, Naomi Osaka, Elina Svitolina, Petra Kvitova, Kiki Bertens, Johanna Konta, Madison Keys

Other Top Players: Maria Sharapova, Venus Williams

Watch the 2020 Brisbane International Live Streaming Online

You can watch (and bet) on the Brisbane International live streaming with bet365.com. Follow these simple steps:

  • Go to www.bet365.com
  • Register with www.bet365.com (or log in to you account)
  • Pre-fund your account by depositing $10 (or equivalent currency). You can either let that remain in your account or should have bet in the 24 hours before the live streaming
  • Select the Brisbane International live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top

This site requires you to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by betting on any sport in the past 24 hours. Remember geo-restrictions may apply.

There are other websites you can look to watch the Brisbane International live streaming with as well. Here’s a list, but remember geo-restrictions will be applicable.

Other Tennis Live Streaming Options

WebsiteConditions To Watch?Watch Tennis Live
William HillTo watch tennis live streams, customers must have a funded account or have placed any bet within the past 24 hours.Click Here
BetwayTo watch tennis streams, need to deposit £10.Click Here
UnibetTo watch tennis live streams, customers must have a funded account or have placed any bet within the past 24 hours.Click Here
BetfairTo watch tennis live streams, customers must have a funded account. Grand Slams might not be live streamed.Click Here

Alternately, you can also join WTATennis which is the official tennis streaming partner for WTA. This premium service costs a monthly subscription fee of $9.99 and you can watch multiple tennis events using either of the options.

Watch the 2020 Brisbane International Live on TV

Australian fans can watch the Brisbane International live on TV by tuning in to Channel Nine. If you are in Australia and looking to stream this tournament live you can also download the 9Now application, or visit their website for more details.

The TV guide for the other countries will be released closer to the tournament. We’ll update this section once we’ve the latest details.

What Happened at the 2020 Brisbane International Tennis?

World no. 2, Karolina Pliskova successfully defended her title at Brisbane International winning her third title at the tournament defeating Madison Keys 6-4, 4-6, 7-5 over a match that lasted more than two hours in the 2020 edition.

This was the first meeting among the pair and was not less than a thrilling match ahead of the Australian Open winning Pliskova her third title in four years. Having overcome Ajla Tomljanovic and Alison Riske in the earlier rounds, Pliskova found herself against world no. 3 Naomi Osaka.

Pliskova defeated Osaka 6-7 (10), 7-6 (3), 6-2 in a memorable match that lasted for nearly three hours with the former hitting 15 aces in the last set alone. Keys, who faced fan-favorite Samantha Stosur in her round of 16 match, won her earlier rounds in two-sets with her impressive form.

The 24-year-old then faced Petra Kvitova in the semi-finals who she defeated coming from a set down. The doubles title was taken by the top seed pair of Barbora Strycova and HsiehSu-wei as they sailed through to their finals match against Ashleigh Barty and Kiki Bertens where they fought hard for a 3-6 7-6 (9-7) 10-8 victory despite the runners-up holding one match point.

2019 was the last season when both men’s and women’s tournaments were played at the Brisbane International. Karolina Pliskova kick-started her season with a bang as she won the title by beating Lesia Tsurenko in the final in three sets. She came back from a set deficit to lift the title. Rather interestingly, in a tournament consisting of the likes of Svitolina, Osaka, Stephens and Kvitova, she faced none of the seeded players in the entire competition.

Osaka, who would later go on to lift the title at the Australian Open, was ousted by Tsurenko in the semifinal while Stephens and Kvitova didn’t even reach the quarterfinals. The other losing semifinalist was Donna Vekic.

Previous Brisbane International Title Winners

Women’s Singles

2019: Karolina Pliskova
2018: Elina Svitolina
2017: Karolina Pliskova
2016: Victoria Azarenka
2015: Maria Sharapova
2014: Serena Williams
2013: Serena Williams
2012: Kaia Kanepi
2011: Petra Kvitova
2010: Kim Clijsters

Men’s Singles

2019: Kei Nishikori
2018: Nick Kyrgios
2017: Grigor Dimitrov
2016: Milos Raonic
2015: Roger Federer
2014: Lleyton Hewitt
2013: Andy Murray
2012: Andy Murray
2011: Robin Soderling
2010: Andy Roddick