The 2014 Australian Open continues with Na Li v Belinda Bencic live streaming to watch online from Melbourne, report William Hill.
The famous UK brand reports it is offering all tennis fans and punters the opportunity to watch all the games online, through a live stream available on the William Hill website, and with the Grand Slam tournament already in full swing the service is proving extremely popular, the firm announced today.
We are already into Day Three of the tournament, which has yet to see a major surprise, with all the top seeds comfortably through to the next round.
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The action continues as Australian Open Finalist Na Li faces another newcomer in round two, 16 year old Belinda Bencic.
Much is expected of the Chinese superstar coming in to the first Grand Slam of the season and she showed little signs of rustiness, defeating another 16 year old in the opening round, Ana Konjuh of Croatia in straight sets 6-2, 6-0.
Things should not be so straight forward for the number four seed, as her Swiss opponent is the reigning French Open and Wimbledon junior champion.
The youngster has already made a name for herself in the first round, defeating 43 year old Kimiko Date-Krumm of Japan 6-4 4-6 6-3 on her Grand Slam debut.
Predictably, Na Li is the overwhelming favourite to win the match and can be backed at a very short price of 1/16, while those looking for a little more value can do much worse than back the Na Li straight sets victory, with 2-0 available at 1/4.
Although beginning her Grand Slam career with victory over the 43 year old Date-Krumm, Belinda Bencic should find life much more difficult against her more experienced opponent, and the Chinese player is expected to make it through to the third round with relative ease.
The heat could be a problem for both players, with temperatures expected to soar once again, as Tennis Australia report possible maximums over 100 degrees for the second consecutive day.