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Stefanos Tsitsipas v Novak Djokovic live stream: How to watch Australian Open final online

By Jonathan Davies

Published: 18:47, 28 January 2023

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Novak Djokovic go head to head for the right to be crowned Australian Open champion on Sunday.

How to live stream Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Novak Djokovic online:

Bet365* streams a selection of Australian Open matches live for account holders.

To sign up for and live stream Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Novak Djokovic, eligible readers can follow the steps below.

  • Follow this link.
  • ‘Join now’ and enter details.
  • Log in and fund your account.
  • Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.

*Geo restrictions apply, 18+ only, must have a funded account or placed a bet in the last 24 hours, BeGambleAware. All odds and offers within this article are accurate at the time of writing (18:30, 28/01/23).

Where to watch Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Novak Djokovic on TV:

  • UK: Eurosport
  • US: ESPN+

It is set to be a mouth-watering winner-takes-all clash in Melbourne. Not only is the Norman Brookes Trophy at stake for both players on Rod Laver Arena, but the winner will also be crowned the new world number one.

The two players served up a thriller when they last met in a grand slam final; Djokovic recovering from two sets down to deny Tsitsipas a maiden title at the 2021 French Open.

The Serb will hope for a repeat of that result as he seeks a record-extending 10th Australian Open crown that would also see him tie Rafael Nadal’s 22 major crowns.

Djokovic has never lost a final at the season’s opening slam while, having recovered from a hamstring issue earlier in the tournament, he now boasts an impressive 27 successive main-draw victories – surpassing Andre Agassi’s long-standing record.

However, Tsitsipas will be desperate to end that streak, as well as his wait for maiden grand slam silverware.

The 24-year-old is the youngest male finalist at Melbourne Park since Djokovic and Andy Murray contested the 2011 showpiece, in which the Serb landed his second crown.

A beaten semi-finalist on three occasions, Tsitsipas broke new ground when defeated Karen Khachanov in four sets on Friday, and he will hope his moment of destiny is just around the corner.