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Jannik Sinner vs Carlos Alcaraz live stream: How to watch Indian Wells Open online

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Jannik Sinner vs Carlos Alcaraz live stream: How to watch Indian Wells Open online

Published: 8:50, 16 March 2024

Jannik Sinner vs Carlos Alcaraz is due to take place on Saturday from 8:30pm (UK time).

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We’re all set for a true titanic clash in the first of two Indian Wells Open semi-finals as world No.3 Jannik Sinner prepares to face world No.2 and tennis golden boy Carlos Alcaraz.

Sinner is yet to drop a set at this tournament so far, winning all four of his matches 2-0, though he is yet to face anyone inside the world’s top 15. Even so, the Italian is a formidable opponent enjoying an incredible 2024, winning all 16 of his matches so far in a run that’s seen him pick up his first career Grand Slam title at the Australian Open.

Alcaraz has dropped one set 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 and most recently sweeping aside world No.6 Alexander Zverev in straight sets. Alcaraz has won 10 of his 13 games so far this year but is yet to pick up a title during that time.

This has quickly become one of tennis’ most exciting rivalries, with Sinner and Alcaraz facing off eight times during their short careers to date, each winning four times. Sinner has won the last two meetings, beating Alcaraz at both the Miami and Beijing Opens.