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Jannik Sinner vs Lorenzo Sonego live stream: How to watch Madrid Open online

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Jannik Sinner vs Lorenzo Sonego live stream: How to watch Madrid Open online

Published: 9:56, 27 April 2024

Jannik Sinner and Lorenzo Sonego go head-to-head in an all-Italian clash at the Madrid Open, scheduled to begin on Saturday at 11:30am (UK time).


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Sinner will be looking to bounce back after his shock defeat to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the Monte-Carlo Masters semi-finals a couple of weeks ago, which represents the only loss in his last 10 matches. In fact, now ranked second in the world, Sinner has lost just two of 27 games overall in 2024 in a run that’s already seen him secure his first Grand Slam at the Australian Open, as well as bringing home Miami and Rotterdam Open titles.

He kicks off his Madrid Open campaign against compatriot Sonego, who is enduring a far more difficult year so far. The 28-year-old beat Richard Gasquet in the opening round of this tournament, but that only served to end a two-match losing streak while the world No.52 has lost 13 of his 21 matches so far in 2024.

It’ll take something special for Sonego to win this match, especially considering Sinner has won all four previous head-to-heads between the players, including in Vienna as recently as October 2023.

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