Rafael Nadal v Roger Federer Live Stream : Watch Online from Rod Laver Stadium

Its the Australian Open Tennis Final with Rafael Nadal v Roger Federer available to watch live streaming online from Melbourne.

Its all set to be a cracker at the Rod Laver Stadium in Melbourne as UK and European tennis fans can catch the action with Bet365 and their live stream of the game.


How To Watch

Don’t forget you can watch all the action from Melbourne with Bet365 and their exclusive stream. Click here to navigate through to the landing page, click ‘Live Streaming’ at the top of the page and continue to watch the games!

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The Swiss express may need to up his game yet again after dismissing British hope Andy Murray in the quarter final as he meets the world number one Rafael Nadal. The defeat of Murray in four sets will have given fans of Roger Federer plenty of hope as the Swiss looks back to playing some of the best tennis of his career.

As for Nadal, blisters seem to be troubling the Spanish star and its hoped that these will not hamper the player who came through a tough quarter final against Grigor Dimitrov  3-6, 7-6(3), 7-6(7), 6-2.

The Spaniard has not won in Melbourne since 2009 and with last year wiped out with injury, there’s no doubt this game will be huge for both players.

The stats are against Roger Federer coming into this one, with Nadal undefeated in a Grand Slam against the Swiss great since Wimbledon 2007.

Nadal hold a winning record of 22-10, and its clear that Federer is looking forward to the challenge ahead of him

“Them 210 bombs are coming my way again.  Who knows.  He’s been tough to play against, no doubt.  I’m happy I get a chance to play him in a slam again.  I don’t remember the last time we played.”

This should be a great game to watch, with the odds stacked in Nadal’s favour, with the Spaniard 8/13 to take the match and reach another Grand Slam Final.

Roger Federer can be backed at 11/8 to make the Australian Open Final , but with the help of new coach of Stefan Edberg this could be the year for Federer to once more grace a the courts of an Australian Open Grand Slam Final.

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