Australian Open Tennis Live Streaming Schedule : Andy Murray v Ricardas Berankis & Roger Federer v Bernard Tomic available as firm announces exclusive feed

The Australian Open tennis is now in full swing as Bet365 announce a new live stream service on Andy Murray v Ricardas Berankis, Roger Federer v Bernard Tomic & del Potro v Chardy direct from Melbourne.

The Stoke based firm report that the Australian Open is part of their new online streaming service, available on their website, which televises the matches in glorious HD.

The tournament is now in full flow, which which has seen plenty of British interest so far as we reach the third round.

The Australian Open has been somewhat of a breeze for Andy Murray so far as he has not dropped a set in the opening two rounds and hasn’t had to get out of second gear.

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The Scot is in third round action later this evening and although it might be a slightly tougher test for him against Ricardas Berankis, he is still expected to have another comfortable encounter.

The Lithuanian is ranked 110 on the men’s circuit, which is actually lower than Murray’s last opponent, Joao Sousa. However, we are getting to the stage of the tournament now where you cannot afford to take anyone lightly.

Berankis isn’t likely to cause the number-three seed any problems and in truth, Murray has been dealt another favourable draw. When you consider Roger Federer has had to take on the likes of Nikolay Davydenko, it shows you what a tough couple of matches he could have had.

You won’t hear the US Open champion complaining though as he wants to conserve as much energy as possible for when he has to go up against players such as Federer later on in the tournament. In the Melbourne heat, the last thing you want is a match going the distance in these early stages.

Murray seems to be in an excellent frame of mind though and has already admitted that his opponent can cause him problems in this encounter, but he will be doing all he can to stop that happening.

Berankis has reached the third round twice at the Australian Open now, but never got any further than this stage in a Grand Slam. As it has been with all of Murray’s opponents so far, the pressure is off the 22-year-old and he can enjoy this big occasion.

At the age he is, he certainly does have the potential to go on and do some good things in tennis, but this big match might have come a year or two too soon for him.

The British number one will show no mercy and look to finish Berankis off as soon as possible and get his name safely in the draw for the fourth round, where things are likely to start getting really tough.

Later on, Federer is in action against Bernard Tomic and once more, a comfortable victory is what many will be expecting for the Swiss.

The 21-year-old Australian looks like a raw talent though and will of course have the majority of the crowd cheering him on, so this has the potential to be banana skin for the number-two seed. Tomic is ranked number 43 in the world though, so certainly isn’t to be written off.

However, if Federer remains calm and plays his natural game, then he is also likely to sail through to the next round of this enthralling Australian Open.

Once more, we are in for a cracking day of tennis and the big name players have to be at their best to remain in the competition.

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