How to Watch Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal French Open Final Live Streaming, on TV & Match Timing

Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal live scores, blog & update

The world numbers one and two, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will face off in what promises to be a thrilling French Open 2020 men’s singles final. All the options how to watch the Djokovic v Nadal match live in your country can be found below.

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Match Details

  • Date & Timing: 3 pm local time, 2 pm BST, 9 am Eastern, 6.30 pm India, 10 pm Japan (next day), 12 midnight Melbourne (next day) on October 11.
  • Venue: Court Philippe-Chatrier, Roland-Garros, Paris
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Pre-Match Update

3 pm local time

The two players have made their way out and Novak Djokovic has won the toss and opted to serve first.

That’s a good start. Probably.

2.30 pm local time

Nadal is the 12-time French Open champion and yet, there is a strong set of fans who believe Djokovic will hold the edge in this final on clay. And that’s to do with the manner in which the world number one has thundered past most of his opponents in the recent past.

Even Stefanos Tsitsipas, who came back from the near-dead in his semifinal against Djokovic, to then lose in five sets, said the world number one is playing a game of near-perfection. How else do you describe a man who has won every completed match on tour this year? His only defeat? That default at the US Open.

Let’s not count out Nadal though. He might not have looked at his best – and that’s because his best has been a league about most of the rest – but the Spaniard has still managed to find a way to get past his opponents. All of them in straight sets too.

Nadal’s biggest test was expected to come in the semifinal when he faced Diego Schwartzman, a man who had beaten him in the last tournament he played. It had been a sterling showing from Schwartzman to send Nadal packing out of that Rome Masters quarterfinal but would he be able to mount that same challenge in a best-of-five setter?

No. Nadal came up with renewed showing, allowed very little by the way of chances and aided by a tiring Schwartzman – from his toughie against Dominic Thiem in the quarterfinal – he fell away in three sets.

Does that change things for Nadal in the final? Probably not.

Djokovic poses a threat like no other but given he has been on court for far lesser than Djokovic, it could give him that slight edge. Because he would also know and felt what Tsitsipas did – Djokovic is playing at a near-perfect level.

How to watch the Nadal v Djokovic match live?

We have tried to cover as many geographical regions as possible for this Nadal-Djokovic match live, but even other than those listed below, click out our in-depth TV channel listing guide for this final.

Fans in Frances can watch this French Open men’s singles final on FranceTV Sports and Eurosport 1 & 2. Eurosport has the broadcasting rights for this match in the rest of Europe while in the United Kingdom, you can tune in with Eurosport, Europlayer, ITV Sport, NOS, SRG SSR and Setanta Sports. Unfortunately for those in the UK, the French Open is not being telecast on

There are other local channels which will be broadcasting this semifinal live in different countries in Europe too.

In USA, the French Open semifinal will be streamed live with NBC Sports, Tennis Channel, TSN and ESPN, while fans in Canada can watch it with and

This match will be live on Fox Sports in Australia while Indian fans can watch this with Star Sports 2.

Other ways to watch Djokovic v Nadal live streaming

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This includes this French Open men’s singles final as well. Here’s more information how to do that by signing up, depositing some money or having bet with them in the past 24 hours.

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