Novak Djokovic v Stefanos Tsitsipas – Road to the Final, How to Watch Live, Latest Odds & Preview

Madrid Masters Final Preview and Live Streaming

The Madrid Masters 2019 final will be played later tonight between Novak Djokovic and Stefanos Tsitsipas and all the information around it including live streaming options, latest predictions and the ways to buy tickets for this match can be found below.

It has been an interesting journey to the final for both players, Djokovic and Tsitsipas.

On the one hand, Djokovic is ranked one in the world and has three back to back Grand Slam titles under his belt but his form has been dodgy this year, to say the least. Other than winning that Australian Open at the start of the year, early losses – at least by his standards, have mounted and while he remains a strong contender on any surface, the major focus looked to be on Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem.

Tsitsipas, on the other, has shown his ever-rising stock hasn’t been a flash in the pan. Over the past few months, he has registered wins over Djokovic (at the 2018 Toronto Masters), Roger Federer (at the 2019 Australian Open) and Nadal (yesterday) to confirm that experts haven’t been far too off the mark in branding him as the player to watch in the years to come.

Road to the Madrid Masters Final

As mentioned earlier, Djokovic needed to beat Thiem in two tie-breakers to make it to the final, but before that there were wins over Taylor Fritz and Jeremy Chardy in straight sets too. And then Marin Cilic withdrew from the competition because of food poisoning to allow Djokovic a place in the semi-final where he met Thiem.

Tsitsipas began his campaign with victories over Adrian Mannarino and Fernando Verdasco before Alexander Zverev stretched him in the quarter-final. His biggest achievement, however, would be his victory over Nadal yesterday which took him three sets.

Madrid Masters Final Live Streaming:

There are three ways you can use to watch the live streaming of the 2019 Madrid Masters final between Djokovic and Tsitsipas if you are in the UK.

You can subscribe to and watch not just the live streaming of the final of the Madrid Masters but all the tournaments that are broadcast under the auspices of the ATP. Not just that, you can also watch highlights of past matches, interviews and other court-side action with this subscription that will cost anywhere from around $14.99/month.

Subscribe to here to watch the Madrid Masters final live.

Amazon Prime Videos

Amazon Prime are the official broadcasters of the Madrid Masters, among other ATP tournaments and will be live streaming this Djokovic v Tsitipas final live as well. For starters, The Amazon Prime Video subscription costs £7.99 per month but that can be circumvented if you have never signed up with them before this. Yes, there is a 30-day trial window with Amazon Prime Videos during which you won’t charged anything and if you sign up with them, you can watch this final for free. You can cancel their subscription after this trial period is up and not have to pay a penny – in the meantime you can also watch a plethora of other ATP matches during that period too.

Subscribe to Amazon Prime Videos here to get a free 30-day trial period to watch the Madrid Masters final live.

Use Bookmakers like bet365 or Unibet:

Some bookmakers like bet365 or Unibet live stream tennis matches for free on their site and this includes tonight’s Madrid Masters final. All you need to do is to sign up with bet365 here or Unibet here and deposit a small amount of money in your account. Or if you already have an account with the aforementioned bookmakers, and have bet anything in the 24 hours before this, you can live stream tonight’s finals. There is a geo-restriction on this but if you are in the UK, you should be able to watch the Madrid Masters final using this method anyway.

Subscribe to bet365 here or Unibet here to watch the Madrid Masters final live streaming by either making a small deposit or having bet in the past 24 hours.

Latest Madrid Masters Final Odds:

That Djokovic starts off as a heavy favourite comes as no surprise with betting odds of 5/11 (888Sport) for his win as compared to 9/4 for a Tsitsipas victory. The reason for this discrepancy in odds is quite straightforward – after Nadal, Thiem was expected to romp home to the win but the way Djokovic dismantled the Austrian in the semi-final bore ample testimony to the Serb being back. We expect this to go to three sets, for which bookmakers are offering 6/4.

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