How to stream WTA Brisbane 2015 live online

Serena Williams of the USA poses with the winners trophy and Azarenka of Belarus (Chris Hyde/Getty Images)
Serena Williams successfully defended her title at the 2014 Brisbane International without losing a set en route to victory. The current World No. 1 will be hoping to make it three in a row in 2015.

You can watch & bet on WTA Brisbane live at
365 > live streaming > tennis

Over 100,000 spectators flocked to the Queensland tennis centre as the top seeds battled it out in the women’s final.

It was a dream come true for organisers as both the men’s and women’s finals drew record crowds. World No. 1 Serena Williams successfully defended her title defeating Victoria Azarenka in the final.

Williams appeared unstoppable at the beginning of the 2014 season, when she began her Australian Open campaign with a win in Brisbane. The 32-year-old successfully defended her title at the Brisbane International in early January defeating World No. 2 Victoria Azarenka in straight sets.

Serena Williams (Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

The top seed did not drop a set en route to victory, defeating World No. 9 Dominika Cibulkova and No. 3 Maria Sharapova along her way. It wasn't a complete one-sided affair in the final, and despite Williams not playing at her dominant best, she still managed to overcome the Belarusian 6-4, 7-5 in just 98 minutes.

Williams and Azarenka each held serve during the first six games of the opening set before an intimidating Williams hit a powerful topspin return and drew the break from Azarenka. The American then held serve comfortably to seal the set 6-4 in just 37 minutes.

Although she served 10 aces for the match, Williams was obviously not in her career best form. Her serving woes carried over from her semi-final clash against Sharapova, where in uncharacteristic fashion, she served two double faults in the second set tiebreaker. There wasn’t much improvement in her final against Azarenka, however the 32-year-old could still beat the second seed with her B game.  

Williams’ obtained the early break in the second set after an Azarenka double fault and a forehand into the net handed Williams the game. The defending champion was almost set to march away with the match at that point as Azarenka looked down and lost as she failed to win a single point in her opening service game and Williams went on to hold serve and lead 2-0.

However it wasn’t quite over just yet as in stark comparison to her double fault in the previous service game, Azarenka held serve with an ace to trail 1-2. The Belarusian then gained the slight momentum change as she got the double break and stormed through to claim the next four games in a row.

Victoria Azarenka (WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images)

Williams’ was now on the back foot, trailing 2-4 in the second, but she managed to step up to the challenge and break back to level the score at 4-4. The infamously competitive American yelled “come on” and clenched her fist.

The match became very vocal between the women’s top seeds, but it was the World No. 1 who was able to get the final break point with a backhand winner down the line.

The dominating American then served out the match with ease closing it out in two sets. Williams made her initial game plan clear: be aggressive and dictate points.

 “One of my goals is to stay relaxed, but I don’t want to fall into the trap of not having the intensity.  So I wanted to make sure I had the intensity,” Williams said.

However Azarenka was not happy with her own efforts:

 “I can’t say I’m satisfied today, but I want to take the positive. It’s never easy.  It’s not a secret, but I think I was able to break her today. It was just a matter of those really key moments to go for it.  I felt like in the second set I was going for it more.  I just mis-hit a little bit,” the World No. 2 said. 

The victory marked William’s 58th career title and her first for the 2014 season after winning 11 titles in 2013.

Organisers are hopeful Williams will return to defend her title next year and that the tournament will again bring record crowds in 2015.

This is how you can watch & bet on WTA Brisbane  online:
  1. Sign in or open a free account with bet365 and deposit
  2. Select 365 > live streaming > tennis
  3. Watch WTA Brisbane streamed live online

Recent Brisbane Open Articles

More Stories

Recent Articles

More Stories

Use this form to share new information about this story with an editor.

Use this form to share a photo or video related to this story with an editor.

Use this form to alert an editor about a factual or typographical error in this story.

Photo     Video

Sign me up for the Newsletter

News Stream

WTA Brisbane Latest

Watch Live tennis here

  • £200bonus
    Watch live tennis online for free

    365 licenses every tennis stream there is. Members can WATCH and bet on live tennis streams. Register, Deposit & go to Sports > Live Streaming and watch every tennis game live online from your browser. First class coverage of all courts. Free to members.

  • £100bonus
    New Tennis Live Streaming Service

    Ladbrokes have just launched a fantastic live streaming service. Stream all the action live to your computer or phone! Use the code MAXCASH on sign-up!

  • £250bonus
    Live Tennis online

    Watch live tennis online when you sign up to Paddy Power. The streaming is available in the UK, Italy & Ireland only so if this stream doesn't work for you, try bet365.

  • £25bonus
    William Hill Tennis Live Streams

    Watch officially licensed tennis streams of all the major ATP, WTA and Challenger events online with William Hill. Register via this link for free streaming access.

  • £50bonus
    Live Tennis Streams

    Watch live tennis on Betfair. High quality streams. Comparable to the bet365 live stream service

  • £25bonus
    Live Tennis @ Bwin

    Bwin is live streaming a host of ATP World Tour and WTA Premier tournaments online. To watch & bet live, join Bwin and place your tennis bets.

  • £20bonus
    Live Tennis Streaming

    Watch the major tournaments in the 2013 tennis circuit live online & free when you join Unibet.

All Reviews

Latest News

Share this with your friends

Your comments:

How to stream WTA Brisbane 2015 live online

Serena Williams successfully defended her title at the 2014 Brisbane International without losing a set en route to victory. The current World No. 1 will be hoping to make it three in a row in 2015.

Read more »

Register now to watch live tennis - free!

Log In or Sign up

Facebook User?

You can use your facebook account to sign up with Live streaming sport.

Connect with facebook
Remember me.
Did you forget your password?