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Daniil Medvedev vs Carlos Alcaraz live stream: How to watch Indian Wells Open Final online

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Daniil Medvedev vs Carlos Alcaraz live stream: How to watch Indian Wells Open Final online

Published: 9:27, 17 March 2024

Daniil Medvedev and Carlos Alcaraz meet in the Indian Wells Open final on Sunday, due to begin at 9pm (UK time).

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We’re all set for a true titanic clash in the first of two Indian Wells Open final as world No.4 Daniil Medvedev prepares to face world No.2 and tennis golden boy Carlos Alcaraz.

Medvedev is ranked fourth in the world and only behind Novak Djokovic, Carlos Alcaraz and Jannik Sinner right now, while he’s made light work of some tough opposition at this tournament so far; including beating world No.7 Holger Rune and No.13 Grigor Dimitrov without dropping a set, before seeing off American Tommy Paul 2-1 in the semi-finals. The Russian has won 14 of his 16 games in 2024 so far, reaching the final of the Australian Open along the way.

Alcaraz, meanwhile, has dropped two sets at this tournament so far, but his path to the final four has been a little more difficult, opening with a 2-1 win over Matteo Arnaldi, before most recently sweeping aside world No.6 Alexander Zverev and overcoming No.3 Jannik Sinner. Alcaraz has won 11 of his 14 games so far this year but is yet to pick up a title during that time.

These two big-hitters have met five times to date, with Alcaraz holding a narrow 3-2 advantage.