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Novak Djokovic vs Casper Ruud live stream: How to watch ATP Monte-Carlo semi-finals online

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Novak Djokovic vs Casper Ruud live stream: How to watch ATP Monte-Carlo semi-finals online

Published: 8:49, 13 April 2024

Novak Djokovic and Casper Ruud go head-to-head in their ATP Monte-Carlo semi-final clash on Saturday, with the match due to begin at 2:30pm (UK time).

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He’s still ranked No.1 in the world, but Novak Djokovic has endured a poor start to 2024 by his own lofty standards. The 36-year-old has already lost three of his 14 games this year, meaning he’s almost halfway to the total number of games he lost last year in 63 matches and in 49 games played in 2022. Djokovic is still yet to win his first title this year, but has looked very convincing at Monte-Carlo so far, knocking out Roman Safiullin, Lorenzo Musetti and Alex De Minaur without dropping a set.

Up next will be another tough test in Casper Ruud. The Norwegian has already played 29 matches in 2024, winning 23 of them and reaching the finals of the Los Cabos and Mexican Opens, unfortunately losing to Jordan Thompson and Alex De Minaur, respectively. Nevertheless, it represents an excellent start to the year for Ruud, who has dropped just one set at Monte-Carlo so far.

What will likely strike fear into Ruud, however, is his miserable record against Djokovic, losing all five of their head-to-head meetings so far, most recently in straight sets at the French Open last year.

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