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Iga Swiatek vs Maria Sakkari live stream: How to watch Indian Wells Open Final online

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Iga Swiatek vs Maria Sakkari live stream: How to watch Indian Wells Open Final online

Published: 9:43, 17 March 2024

Iga Swiatek and Maria Sakkari go head-to-head in the WTA Indian Wells Open final on Sunday, with the match due to start at 6pm (UK time).

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World No.1 and one of the dominant forces in tennis right now, Iga Swiatek has reached yet another final while barely breaking a sweat. The Polish star has made it through all five rounds at Indian Wells without dropping a set in a run that extends her form in 2024 to 19 wins from 21 matches.

However, things are about to get much tougher. So far, Swiatek’s highest-ranked opponent at this tournament has been Czech teenager Linda Noskova at No.29, but up next is world No.9 Maria Sakkari. The Greek hitter has started going deeper in tournaments over the last 18 months and has picked up a few tour titles, while this year she’s won 10 of 14 games so far. Sakkari has worked much harder than Swiatek to reach this stage, with just one straight-sets win and four 2-1 victories, including an impressive triumph against world No.3 Coco Gauff in the semi-finals.

Most worrying for Swiatek is her record in this head-to-head, with Sakkari emerging victorious from three of their five previous meetings, though the last two have gone in favour of the world No.1