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Casper Ruud vs Stefanos Tsitsipas live stream: How to watch ATP Monte-Carlo Final online

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Casper Ruud vs Stefanos Tsitsipas live stream: How to watch ATP Monte-Carlo Final online

Published: 8:06, 14 April 2024

Casper Ruud and Stefanos Tsitsipas go head-to-head in the final of the ATP Monte-Carlo Masters on Sunday at 2pm (UK time).

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Both players have pulled off relative shocks to reach this stage and will now be seeing this as a great opportunity to land a title.

Casper Ruud beat none other than world No.1 and most successful tennis player of all time Novak Djokovic in the semi-final, going one set up then recovering from a 6-1 hammering in the second set to seal a 2-1 win. It’s the first time that Ruud has ever beaten Djokovic in six attempts and was enough to seal his first major final since the 2023 French Open — though he has been runner-up at the Mexico and Los Cabos Opens since then. Ruud is ranked 10 in the world and has an excellent record in 2024, winning 24 of his 30 matches so far.

Ranked two places further back, Stefanos Tsitsipas pulled off a shock of his own in the semi-finals by knocking out world No.2 Jannik Sinner 2-1 (6-4, 3-6, 6-4). But we shouldn’t be too surprised. After all, it’s the first time Tsitsipas has dropped a single set at this year’s tournament so far despite already facing the likes of Alexander Zverev and Karen Khachanov, while the Greek player is an expert at this tournament having won back-to-back titles in 2021 and 2022.

This will be the fifth meeting between these two players, with each winning two so far. Tsitsipas won the first head-to-head with wins alternating since then, meaning it was Ruud who enjoyed victory most recently in straight sets at the Los Cabos Open in February.

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