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Karen Khachanov v Stefanos Tsitsipas live stream: How to watch Australian Open online

By Mohamed Moallim

Karen Khachanov v Stefanos Tsitsipas live stream: How to watch Australian Open online

Published: 15:30, 25 January 2023

Karen Khachanov and Stefanos Tsitsipas will be looking to book a place in the Australian Open final on Friday morning (3:30am, UK time).

How to live stream Karen Khachanov vs Stefanos Tsitsipas online:

Bet365* streams a selection of Australian Open matches live for account holders.

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Where to watch Karen Khachanov vs Stefanos Tsitsipas on TV:

  • UK: Eurosport
  • US: ESPN+

It was yet another impressive showing for Stefanos Tsitsipas who extended his quarterfinal Slam record to 6-0. In fact, only Pat Rafter has won more quarterfinal matches (7-0) at this level without suffering a defeat. Tsitsipas also heads into this semi-final showdown having won nine out of nine matches to start 2023. By overcoming Jiri Lehecka in the previous round Tsitsipas secured a third consecutive semifinal appearance in the Aussie Open and fourth across the last five years, making him the youngest player to register a hat-trick of semifinal outings in Melbourne since Roger Federer from 2004 to 2006. It’s also worth pointing out that Tsitsipas’ previous five semifinals were against top-10 players, and he lost four of them. Khachanov is currently ranked 20th.

Tsitsipas will also be the first big name Khachanov will face in the competition. However, the 2018 Paris Masters champion is not someone to write off. Since the beginning of the 2022 season, he’s won 15 from a possible 18 during this Grand Slam period. All of his losses were against players operating at the highest level in those 12 months — Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open, Carlos Alcaraz at the French Open, and Casper Ruud at the US Open (semi-final). “I think I reinvented myself. I always believe in myself, but there are always ups and downs, and when you have those great results, it shows you what you’re capable of, and then you start to believe more and more. This belief appears stronger after the US Open,” he told reporters. But it’s Tsitsipas who leads their head-to-head battles: 5-0 in official matches.