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Nadal vs Tsitsipas Live Stream Australian Open 2021 QuarterfinalImage result for Rafael Nadal vs Stefanos Tsitsipas previewWelcome to the second week of the Australian Open 2021 With less than a week until the men’s singles champions are crowned, Rafael Nadal and Stefanos Tsitsipas fight for a place in the quarter-finals. Watch every match live and ad-free on Here. Day eight of the 2021 Australian Open will see big names take the court including Rafael Nadal and Stefanos They’re fighting for a spot in the quarter-finals.Click here to Watch NowRafael Nadal vs Stefanos Tsitsipas Live Stream Australian Open 2021 Tennis QuarterfinalMatch details Fixture: (2) Rafael Nadal vs (5) Stefanos Tsitsipas Date: 17 February 2021 Tournament: Australian Open 2021 Round: Quarterfinals Venue: Melbourne, Australia Category: Grand Slam Surface: Outdoor hardcourt Prize money: AUD 80,000,000 Live telecast: USA – ESPN / Tennis Channel | UK – Eurosport Player | India – Sony Six Watch: Live SteamStefanos TsitsipasAmong men’s singles. World No.5 Stefanos Tsitsipas has progressed to the quarterfinals of the Australian Open 2021. His rival Matteo Berrettini has withdrawn from his fourth-round match due to an abdominal strain. Tsitsipas will face World No.2 Rafael Nadal in the next round.Rafael NadalEarlier today, Nadal booked his place in the quarterfinal berth after he defeated Fabio Fognini. The 34-year-old, who is eyeing record 21st Grand Slam title, defeated Fabio Fognini 6-3, 6-4, 6-2. With the win, into his 13th quarter-finals of the Australian Open. He will next face the winner of Tsitsipas and Berrettini match.Image result for Rafael Nadal vs Stefanos Tsitsipas h2 hHow to watch Rafael Nadal vs Stefanos Tsitsipas: live stream 2021Aussie tennis fans can watch Rafael Nadal vs Stefanos Tsitsipas without paying a penny thanks to 9Gem, a channel that’s completely FREE to watch. The match will follow Krajinovic vs Struff, which starts at 10am AEDT on Rod Laver Arena. You can live stream the tennis on the network’s 9Now service. All you need to do is register with your email address and provide your local, Australian ZIP code.If you’re currently out of the country but want to catch that free ATP Cup coverage on 9Now, you’ll need to get yourself a VPN, as explained above.How to get a 2021 Australian Open live stream from outside your countryFor your viewing options in the US, UK, Australia and Canada, we have more details below – just scroll down the page. But if you try to watch your domestic coverage from somewhere outside your home country, you’ll soon find a problem… geo-blocking. That’s where the broadcaster prevents you from watching your usual feed from abroad and is a common problem for sports fans all over the world. Live stream Rafael Nadal vs Stefanos Tsitsipas free in the UK Try Amazon Prime FREE for 30 days Amazon has the rights to broadcast the ATP Cup tennis in the UK, so Amazon Prime members can live stream Rafael Nadal vs Stefanos Tsitsipas at no additional cost.How to watch Rafael Nadal vs Stefanos Tsitsipas Live stream Free In RedditIn Canada, coverage of the 2020 ATP Cup is being provided by TSN, and Rafael Nadal vs Stefanos Tsitsipas will start after Krajinovic vs Struff, which starts at 6pmET/3pm PT. No.1 Novak Djokovic continues his Australian Open title defence when he meets No. 6 Alexander Zverev in the quarter-finals on Tuesday and the match is available to watch online via desktop and mobile. Australian Open tennis fans can watch Djokovic vs Zverev without any cable by any device you can watch from anywhere in the world. Prada Cup Final LiveClick here to Watch LiveMatch details: Men’s Singles Quarter FinalFixture: (1) Novak Djokovic vs (6) Alexander ZverevDate: 16 February 2021Tournament: Australian Open 2021Round: Quarterfinals Venue: Melbourne, AustraliaCourt: Rod Laver ArenaCategory: Grand Slam Surface: Outdoor hardcourt Prize money: AUD $80 million TV: USA – ESPN / Tennis Channel | India – Sony Six Watch: onlinetvchannel.live/tennisNovak Djokovic vs Alexander Zverev H2H(1) Novak Djokovic vs (6) Alexander Zverev PreviewBoth of them Djokovic and Zverev played 4 matches. Both players lost a set in the event. Novak Djokovic lost 4 sets, while Alexander Zverev conceded 1 set. Djokovic has played 3 sets more than Zverev (16 vs 13). Therefore, Djokovic played 27 games more than Zverev. Novak scored 242 winners (46% of the total points). On the other side, Alexander recorded 216 winners (48%). Djokovic is the favorite for the title, but he has been struggling with a muscular injury since his third-round clash against Taylor Fritz. After his win over Raonic, the Serb said that he would’ve withdrawn from the tournament if it hadn’t been a Grand Slam.Prediction, odds and live streamingThe pick for Tennis Tonic is Novak Djokovic that should win in 4 sets. Novak Djokovic is the pick to win this match. Novak Djokovic -> 1.47 Alexander Zverev -> 2.85 Click here to seePrediction and head to head Novak Djokovic vs. Alexander ZverevThis will be the 8th time that Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev fight against each other. The head to head is 5-2 for Djokovic (see full H2H stats), 2-0 on hard. The last time that they played each other, Djokovic won 6-7(3) 6-2 7-5 in the R in Atp cup back in February 2021.Australian Open 2021 ResultsDjokovic R1: def. Chardy 6-3 6-1 6-2 R2: def. Tiafoe 6-3 6-7 7-6 6-3 R3: def. Fritz 7-6 6-4 3-6 4-6 6-2 R4: def. Raonic 7-6 4-6 6-1 6-4 Zverev R1: def. Giron 6-7 7-6 6-3 6-2 R2: def. Cressy 7-5 6-4 6-3 R3: def. Mannarino 6-3 6-3 6-1 R4: def. Lajovic 6-4 7-6 6-3 DJOKOVIC VS ZVEREV LIVE STREAM Free On Reddit  Image result for Ao Quarter final scheduleQuarter Finals Australian Open Tennis ScheduleRod Laver ArenaDay session – From 12:30pm AEDTWomen’s Singles • QuarterfinalsS Hsieh vs N. Osaka 3Day session – Not before 3:00pm AEDTMen’s Singles • QuarterfinalsG Dimitrov 18 vs A. Karatsev Q Night session – From 7:00pm AEDTWomen’s Singles • QuarterfinalsS. Williams 10 vs S. Halep 2Men’s Singles • QuarterfinalsGrigor Dimitrov(1) vs Aslan Karatsev (6)Margaret Court ArenaDay session – Not before 1:00pm AEDTWomen’s Doubles • QuarterfinalsC. Gauff ,C. Mcnally n. vs melichar 4 d. schuurs 4 Men’s Doubles • Quarterfinals P. Herbert 8 n. mahut 8 n. mektic 2 m. pavic 2Court 3Day session – From 11:00am AEDTWomen’s Doubles • Quarterfinals D. Jurak n. Stojanovic vs A. Krunic M. Trevisan Women’s Doubles • Quarterfinals B Krejcikova 3 K. Siniakova 3 S. Fichman G.Olmos Day session – Not before 3:00pm AEDT Men’s Doubles • Quarterfinals- I. Dodig 9 F. Polasek 9 vs M. Ebden WC j. Smith WCCourt 13Day session – From 2:00pm AEDTWomen’s Doubles • Quarterfinals s. aoyama 7 e. shibahara 7 e. mertens 2 a. sabalenka 2  Match details Women’s Single Quarter FinalFixture: (10) Serena Williams vs (2) Simona HalepDate: 16 February 2021 TournamentAustralian Open 2021 Round: Quarterfinals Venue: Melbourne, AustraliaCourt: Rod Laver ArenaCategory: Grand Slam Surface: Outdoor Hardcourt Prize money: AUD $80 million Live Telecast: USA – Tennis Channel | India – Sony Ten Network / Sony Liv PremiumWatch: onlinetvchannel.live/tennisImage result for S. Williams 10 vs S. Halep 2Serena Williams vs Simona Halep previewSerena Williams and Simona Halep will clash against each other on Tuesday in a highly anticipated quarterfinal match at the 2021 Australian Open. Serena Williams has been on a quest for a record-equaling 24th Grand Slam title since a while now. The 39-year-old is as motivated as ever to win another Major – which would be her first since the 2017 Australian Open – despite falling at the final hurdle four times in the last three years. Williams has played some inspiring tennis in the tournament so far, and is now within three wins of an eighth title at Melbourne Park. The American passed a tough test in the fourth round, overcoming Belarus’ big-hitting Aryna Sabalenka in three sets. Williams’ early lead in the final set of that match was negated when Sabalenka broke back to level the score. But experience eventually prevailed, as the 23-time Slam champion broke the Belarusian in a sudden death situation to win the set 6-4.Image result for S. Williams 10 vs S. Halep 2S. Williams 10 vs S. Halep 2 H2 HWorld No. 2 Simona Halep had a similar experience in her Round of 16 match. The Romanian was presented with a rematch against her French Open conqueror Iga Swiatek, and the tough task of ending the Pole’s run of nine consecutive Slam match wins. At first Halep seemed set to suffer the same fate as she did at Roland Garros, as Swiatek had an answer for everything she threw at her. But the two-time Slam champion grabbed control of the proceedings at the start of the second set and retained it for the rest of the match to win 3-6 6-1 6-4.Prediction: Serena Williams to win in three sets.Grigor Dimitrov v Aslan Karatsev Live Streaming, Prediction & Preview for Australian Open 2021: Dimitrov To Prevail In Surprise Quarter FinalImage result for Grigor Dimitrov vs Aslan KaratsevFormer Australian Open semi-finalist from Bulgaria Grigor Dimitrov faces the surprise package of the tournament Aslan Karatsev in the quarter-finals of the 2021 Australian Open on Tuesday, February 16, with the match likely to begin at around 11 am local time (12 noon BST or 7 pm Eastern Time previous day). Get the live streaming options of this Grigor Dimitrov v Aslan Karatsev match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.Grigor Dimitrov v Aslan Karatsev Head to HeadPrediction and head to head Grigor Dimitrov vs. Aslan KaratsevThis is the first match between these two players on the tour.Dimitrov Upsets Thiem In A Lopsided MatchBulgarian Grigor Dimitrov was an Australian Open semi-finalist in 2017, the year he was ranked number three in the world by year-end. However, his form has taken a dip since and he was as low ranked as number 80, before a comeback run that now has him back in the top 20 in the ATP rankings.Match details: Australian Open Tennis Quarter Final 2021Grigor Dimitrov vs Aslan Karatsev Date: 16 February 2021 Time: 3.00/10.00(GMT+6) Tournament: Australian Open 2021 Round: Quarterfinals Venue: Melbourne, Australia Court :Rod Laver Arena Category: Grand Slam Surface: Outdoor hardcourt Prize money: AUD $80,000,000Watch: onlinetvchannel.live/tennisLive telecast: USA – ESPN / Tennis Channel | UK – Eurosport 1 | India – Sony Six Coming into the match against Austrian Dominic Thiem, Dimitrov had registered straight set wins over Marin Cilic and Alex Bolt in the first two rounds and was up 6-0,1-0 against Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta before the latter retired. Having not spent much time out, he was expected to be the fresher one in the encounter against Dominic Thiem, who was coming off a five-setter against Nick Kyrgios. As it turned out, Dimitrov did not need to expend too much energy in the fourth round match either. Thiem clearly had something bothering him, an injury or an illness as he looked low on energy and in both of the first two sets, broke early to be up 3-1 and capitulated thereafter to lose 4-6 in each set. The Austrian looked completely out of sorts in the decider with minimal movement and intensity and won only a few points all set to lose 0-6 and in turn be probably the biggest upset of the draw thus far. With an unheralded opponent in the final eight, Dimitrov will fancy his chances for a semi-final run here again.Karatsev Keeps Rolling In Maiden Grand SlamRussian qualifier Aslan Karatsev is in his first ever Grand Slam and has had a magical run thus far. After a second round win against Egor Gerasimov where he only dropped one game all match, he was in prime form and defeated Argentine Diego Schwartzman 6-3,6-3,6-3. In his fourth round encounter against Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime, he looked all but out winning only four games in the first two sets. But, a great comeback followed with the Russian winning the next two sets not dropping serve after the second set and as the mental demons of the Canadian rekindled in the fifth, Karatsev broke early and despite some difficult games, ensured he was able to successfully serve out the match. Karatsev in the first man in 25 years to make the last eight of a major on his first attempt.Dimitrov v Karatsev Prediction and TipA very unexpected quarter-final clash, one that no one would have foreseen. Karatsev is on a dream run in his first ever major, but expect the Bulgraian’s experience to outlast the qualifier. A closer match than the matchup suggests, with Dimitrov to prevail in four sets. Tip: Dimitrov to win in four sets: 3/1

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