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Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Jannik Sinner live stream: How to watch ATP Monte-Carlo semi-finals online

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Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Jannik Sinner live stream: How to watch ATP Monte-Carlo semi-finals online

Published: 8:32, 13 April 2024

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Jannik Sinner meet in the ATP Monte-Carlo Masters semi-finals on Saturday, with their clash due to start at 12:30pm (UK time).

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Always one of the most exciting events in the tennis calendar, the Monte-Carlo Masters has reached the semi-final stage. First up is a blockbuster clash between the world No.12 and world No.2.

Tsitsipas is in the process of rebuilding after some inconsistent results, but has performed excellently at this tournament, making it through all four rounds so far without dropping a set; his most impressive result so far was the 7-5, 7-6 victory over German Alexander Zverev, who is ranked fifth in the world right now. This run gives Tsitsipas a record of 15 wins from 21 matches so far in 2024 but most importantly, he’s looking to regain this title — won last year by Andrey Rublev — after back-to-back successes in 2021 and 2022, when the Greek star was at the peak of his powers.

However, Sinner is sure to provide an altogether different test for Tsitsipas. The Italian has played 26 games so far in 2024 and lost just one of them, with Carlos Alcaraz the only man to beat him so far back at Indian Wells in March. Since then, Sinner has won the Miami Open to add to the Australian Open and multiple other titles won this year, while at this tournament, his only dropped set was in a 2-1 win over Dane Holger Rune.

One source of inspiration for Tsitsipas is his 5-3 head-to-head record with Sinner, though it’s the Italian who has won the last two meetings.

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