ATP World Tour Finals : Watch Rafael Nadal v Stanislas Wawrinka live streaming online from London O2

ATP World Tour Finals are into the third day with Rafael Nadal v Stanislas Wawrinka live streaming plus David Ferrer v Tomas Berdych available to watch online.

London’s O2 Arena continues to host the world’s top tennis players as Bet365 show their support for the event by extending their live stream service to appease tennis fans.

The popular Stoke based unit report their live television service live from the O2 is proving extremely popular with its customers and tennis fans alike, as the World top eight players come to the capital for some top quality tennis.


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!

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Its already been an intriguing few days as Rafael Nadal looks to be in good form coming into this game today with Stanislas Wawrinka (14:00), after overcoming compatriot David Ferrer in straight sets yesterday, while the Swiss’s impressive serve helped Wawrinka to an opening day win over Tomas Berdych, which leaves both players at the summit of Group A.

Once again however it is the current world number one who is the overwhelming favourite to overcome his Swiss opponent, with Nadal available to back at a price of 2/11, while those expecting an upset can dig around for a price of around 6/1 on Wawrinka.

It should be another superb day of tennis action as last night fans were treated to Novak Djokovic v Roger Federer.

In a pulstating tie these two modern day great met in the evening game in London, with the Serb overcoming the legend that is Federer in three sets, including a demanding thirty shot rally in the deciding set.

Despite falling to a world ranking of seven, the former Swiss Champion still pulls in the crowds and continues to be a big draw for tennis fans.

Djokovic still has a chance of claiming the coveted number one ranking, and is storming his way to the top with eighteen consecutive match wins, including securing his sixth title of the season in Paris last Sunday.

The Serb will meet Argentinian Juan Martin Del Potro on Thursday (14:00GMT), while Roger Federer will be hoping for a better result in the evening game against Richard Gasquet (20:00).

Nadal however, only requires one more win to secure his number one ranking for another season.

Bobby James

As well as being the Editor in Chief of SqueakyBumTime, Bobby is also a Swansea City fan (before they reached the promised land).

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