Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Novak Djokovic live stream: Watch ATP Tour Finals online
The 2022 ATP Finals return to Turin for only the second time, and on Monday night at the Pala Alpitour, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Novak Djokovic go head-to-head on Centre Court (1pm start, UK time),
How to live stream Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Novak Djokovic online:
Bet365 stream a selection of ATP matches live for account holders. They also show WTA, Challenger Tour, and ITF matches, including the final of the Billie Jean King Cup from Glasgow, also taking place on Sunday.
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Where to watch Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Novak Djokovic on TV:
- UK: Amazon Prime
- US: NA
A fascinating duel is set to commence in Italy early next week, as obsessive medal-hoarder Novak Djokovic tests his resolve against the sport’s current No. 3, Stefanos Tsitsipas. It’s been a paradoxically testing year for Djokovic, who has had to grapple with the heartache of two Grand Slam absences, most recently being forced to withdraw from the US Open, but also claiming his seventh Wimbledon triumph.
A quarter-final placement at Roland-Garros means the veteran Serb will complete 2022 with just the single Grand Slam, a rare occurrence for tennis’ trophy-laden star. The 35-year-old will be hoping the New Year restores his multiple medal-winning exploits as he looks to close down Rafa Nadal in the all-time rankings (currently sitting on 21 Grand Slams to Nadal’s 22), but for now attention is on the ATP Finals.
Tsitsipas has endured a steady decline this year after reaching the semi-finals at the Australian Open back in January. The 24-year-old Greek was then eliminated in the Fourth Round in Paris’ annual showpiece, before a Third Round exit at Wimbledon preceded a most recent First Round defeat at the US Open. He will be looking to generate some much-needed momentum heading into 2023.