ATP World Tour Finals with a Novak Djokovic v Roger Federer live stream available to watch online with Bet365.
The ATP Tour Finals continue from London’s O2 Arena as tennis fans are treated to a monumental clash tonight as Novak Djokovic takes on Roger Federer, as the popular Stoke based unit report that they have an exclusive live stream of the event, with pictures televised live through mobile and desktop devices for tennis fans.
ATP WORLD TENNIS TOUR FINALS
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It certainly should be an action packed evening, with tennis fans treated to an appearance by two of the sports most prominent figures of the last decade.
After securing the Paris Masters on Sunday, defeating Spain’s David Ferrer in straight sets, world number two Novak Djokovic returns to the indoor courts in London in an attempt to wrestle back his number one spot from Rafael Nadal.
The Serbian has been in the form of his life since his US Open Final defeat to Nadal, winning tournaments in Beijing, Shanghai and Paris and the abrasive star is the overwhelming favourite coming into tonights encounter at a price of 3/10.
Up against him will be Roger Federer, with the former Champion knocked out by Djokovic in Paris, whilst also reaching the final in Basel.
Its been something of a disappointing year for the Swiss legend, considering his achievements of yesteryear, but it seems a troublesome back injury is slowly subsiding and the thirty-two year old is certainly moving a lot easier coming into the game tonight.
His odds of 3/1 certainly speak volumes as to the Swiss star’s chances, but it would be foolish to rule him out completely considering he has had an extra day’s rest.
Tennis fans are certain to be entertained, which follows Juan Martin Del Potro’s win over Richard Gasquet yesterday, the Argentinian coming through in three sets, while Stanislas Wawrinka claimed a similar result over Tomas Berdych.
Play begins in the Novak Djokovic v Roger Federer match at 20:00 GMT.