Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Tomas Berdych, Stanislas Wawrinka, Juan Martin Del Potro, Richard Gasquet and David Ferrer available to watch live streaming online with Bet365.
The Stoke based firm report that they have recently added tennis and the ATP World Tour Finals from London to their list of live stream ‘in play’ services, which already includes a variety of football matches from through Europe, together with table tennis, NBA and NHL.
ATP WORLD TENNIS TOUR FINALS
How to watch with Bet365
Don’t forget you can watch all the action from the ATP Tour Finals at the O2 in London with Bet365 and their exclusive stream. Click here to navigate through to the landing page and select ‘ Live Streaming’ at the top of the page and continue to watch the games! You can also pick up £200 in free bets along the way!
Marketing manager Edward Matthews comments ” We hope the addition of the ATP Finals from London will satisfy the needs of our customers, and enhance their user experience on our website. Being able to watch a game online whilst using our in running service is a massive benefit to punters, and with eight of the World’s top tennis stars in action this week we are expecting increased turnover and demand for our online television services’
Its sure to be an intriguing week or so from London’s O2 Arena, as eight of the top tennis stars do battle in the ATP tour finals. Spanish star Rafael Nadal currently holds the number one spot in the world coming in to the London event, however could lose his position as the best player in the world to Serbian Novak Djokovic, who won the Paris Masters last week.
Nadal has been in imperious form since his return from injury last February, but he could find the pace of the fast indoor courts at the O2 too hot to handle, while Djokovic is the defending champion and is in superb form following his recent victory in the French capital.
Another Spanish hope, David Ferrer is one of the form players coming into the tournament, as he builds on his French Open Final appearance. Recent victory over compatriot Rafael Nadal in France last week will have increased his confidence that he can compete with the best players in the world, and his price of 33/1 may be just too big to ignore for some.
Much of the newspaper headlines coming into this event has been the form of Roger Federer, who had to qualify for his inclusion at London. After defeats at Wimbledon and the US Open plenty has been written, but it would take a foolish punter to write off the chances of the Suiss magician.
His price of 10/1 does speak volumes however.
Hard hitting Juan Martin Del Potro could also come in for some attention, with the Argentine having a good season and is available at 8/1.
Outsiders Stanislas Wawrinka, Richard Gasquet and Tomas Berdych make up the eight in what should be a week of top quality tennis.
There are no British hopes in the tournament as Andy Murray continues to nurse a back injury.