In what will be the biggest men’s exhibition tournament since tennis went into hibernation because of the coronavirus pandemic, Novak Djokovic will lead the action at the Adria Tour which will be played in the Balkan region. Get all the information about Adria Tour Tennis including its live streaming, schedule and players.
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What is the Adria Tour Tennis?
It is a tournament organised by Novak Djokovic’s team, the Adria Tour Tennis competition will see eight of the top players from the Balkan region face off in a round-robin-cum-knock-out competition. This will be played across four weekends in different regions of the Balkan; starting with Belgrade (in Serbia), Zadar (in Croatia), Montenegro and Banja Luka (in Bosnia and Herzegovina).
All matches will be played on clay.
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Adria Tour Tennis Player List – Who is Playing?
As mentioned above, Novak Djokovic will lead the action and will have Dominic Thiem and Grigor Dimitrov joining him in this eight-man singles competition. Below is the list of all players who will be featuring in the tournament and we will update this list as more information is released by the organisers.
Probable Player List & Draw
- Novak Djokovic
- Dominic Thiem
- Alexander Zverev
- Grigor Dimitrov
- Viktor Troicki
- Borna Coric
- Marin Cilic
- Dusan Lajovic
- Filip Krajinovic
Djokovic will also combine with Jelena Jankovic to play mixed doubles against Nenad Zimonjic and Olga Danilovic.
Adria Tour Schedule & Dates
The Adria Tour tennis competition will begin from June 13 and will be played over the following four weekends. Each weekend will consist of a tournament of its own, with the round-robin matches followed by the Grand Final each Sunday. Here’s the Adria Tour Schedule:
- June 13-14 at Belgrade
- June 20-21 at Zadar
- June 27-28 at Montenegro (might be cancelled because of the pandemic)
- July 3-4 at Banja Luka
What will be this Adria Tour Format?
The eight players participating in this competition will be divided into two groups of four apiece, with each player featuring in three matches each weekend. At the end of the group stage, the top players from each group will be involved in a Grand Final every Sunday.
Adria Tour Tennis Live Streaming Options
The Adria Tour will be broadcast live online and on television and more information can be found in the section below. If you are looking to watch tennis live streams, you can do so by signing up for bet365 using the following method. Typically, ATP, WTA and Grand Slam competitions have been live streamed with bookmakers like bet365 and here is the process you can follow to watch tennis live streamed on your device
- Go to Bet365.com here
- Register with Bet365.com (or log in to your account)
- Pre-fund your account by depositing $10 (or equivalent currency).
- You can either let it remain in your account or make a bet in the 24 hours before the live streaming
- Select the the tournament in question, like the Adria Tour Tennis live streaming option by clicking on Live Streaming on the top
The one thing to note here is bet365 requires users to register with them and then either deposit a sum of $10 into your account (or register as mentioned here) or watch the live streaming by betting on any sport in the past 24 hours.
Also to keep in mind is geo-restrictions might apply.
How else to watch the Adria Tour in the Balkan live?
In the US, the tournament will be telecast on the Tennis Channel. The Adria Tour Summer Series can also be watched live in Germany, Switzerland and Austria using the following channel:
The Adria Tour will also be telecast live with Eurosport SD and Eurosport HD in other parts of Europe.
Adria Tour Results
- Djokovic beat Troicki
- Zverev beat Krajinovic
- Zverev beat Troicki
- Krajinovic beat Djokovic
- Thiem beat Dzumhur
- Dimitrov beat Lajovic
- Thiem beat Lajovic
- Milojevic beat Dimitrov
Also read the day one report here.
- Lajovic beat Milojevic
- Krajinovic beat Troicki
- Djokovic beat Zverev
- Thiem beat Dimitrov
- FINAL: Thiem beat Krajinovic
Are Adria Tour Tennis Tickets Available?
1000 tickets for the Adria Tour Tennis tour have been released and not surprisingly they have all been sold out for the first round of matches in Belgrade. More ticketing information will be released soon. Also if you are looking to bet on the Adria Tour tennis competition, you can sign up here to get awesome odds with bet365 for this tournament .