Australian Open Tennis Live Streaming Schedule : Andy Murray v Joao Sousa, Federer v Davydenko highlight of online card

The Australian Open tennis is well underway with Bet365 announcing a live stream of Andy Murray v Joao Sousa, Roger Federer v  Davydenko & Juan Martin del Potro, David Ferrer & Tsonga matches, amongst a busy night in Melbourne.

Its all part of bumper tennis coupon as the Stoke based firm report they are featuring all the matches exclusively with their online HD streaming technology, available on their website.

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Fortunately for Murray fans, the US Open Champions didn’t suffer any first round nerves at the Australian Open earlier in the week as he breezed past Robin Haase in straight sets and only dropped seven games throughout the match.

It was the kind of professional performance that the Scotsman needs to show in these early rounds and in truth, he never really had to get out of second gear.

In the early hours on Thursday morning, the number-three seed is in action again as he takes on Joao Sousa in what should be another comfortable victory for Murray.

The Portuguese is ranked 100 on the men’s single circuit, so it might be a bit of a surprise that he made it to the second round. Now though, he faces a monumental task to progress further and will have to produce one of the biggest Grand Slam shocks for a few years to reach the third round.

Although Murray has to remain focused and play some good tennis, he should also be able to conserve plenty of energy in this one and breeze through to the next stage of the competition in Melbourne.

A good start is key for the British number one. If he claims the first set quickly, then Sousa’s confidence is sure to be shot and then he can really punish his opponent.

This is the first time these two have locked horns, so Murray will not know a great deal about the man from Portugal.

It shouldn’t be the kind of match where Sousa’s name is spoken too much though. Instead, it should be all about the favourite and it is another chance for him to show everyone just how confident he is right now and what sort of form he is in.

As many know by now, these early rounds are all about building momentum and Murray has a great chance to do just that on Thursday. If he puts in a good performance, then he shouldn’t need to come out of second gear against Sousa if his ranking is anything to go by.

Later on Thursday, Roger Federer is in action against Nikolay Davydenko, so knows he has far from an easy match ahead of him.

Of course, if the Swiss is anywhere near his best, this will be a stroll in the park for him, but he will be aware of the quality that his opponent possesses and can’t take anything for granted.

The Russian might be in the final chapter of his playing career and not the player that he once was, but he is a man that has won titles in the past, so is not to be taken lightly.

For a second round match, this really does look to be a cracker and there is potential for a shock.

Both Andy Murray and Roger Federer should make it through to the third round though, especially with the form that they are in right now.

One thing is for sure, it is going to be another day of tennis you don’t want to be missing.

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