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88 Reasons You Should Be Watching The Australian Open [PHOTOS]

If you’re a Ravens or 49ers fan, you’re most likely avoiding ESPN or any other network that shows sports highlights, so you may be unaware that the Australian Open is underway. This isn’t entirely your fault – most Americans get the short end of the stick because of the time difference. The matches and live broadcasts take place around 12 AM EST. By that point in the night, anything you’re watching is likely going to have a lot more than grunting going on. Before you completely write the event off, though, you might want to check out our gallery of the 88 best reasons to tune in.

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      1. […] of the stick because of the time difference. The matches and live broadcasts take place aro… Click to read more Via: 88 Reasons You Should Be Watching The Australian Open [PHOTOS] (COED Magazine » […]

      2. […] of the stick because of the time difference. The matches and live broadcasts take place aro… Click to read more Via: 88 Reasons You Should Be Watching The Australian Open [PHOTOS] (COED Magazine » […]

      3. steelers1940 says:

        Awesome gallery, I think I will start watching more tennis

        1. HoganP says:

          So many boobies, so little time!

      4. […] Those of you who want to watch the action live are reminded that the games can be watched on ESPN, ESPN2, or ESPN3 at “Unholy Hours in the Morning EST.” (That time difference is a real “c**t,” to use an Australian term) So if you’re looking to catch some sleep, we would suggest checking out the ladies’ photographic highlights below. […]

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