Tennis fans will get to watch all the Big Three of tennis in one day as Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic will take to court on Friday, March 15 at the Indian Wells Masters. More information on the timing of their matches and how to watch them live can be found below.
Federer will be the first on court today for his quarter-final as he chases another Indian Wells Masters title. While his bigger test might come at the semi-final stage it would be interesting to see how he goes in this quarter-final against Hubert Hurkacz, who has gone great guns so far.
The Swiss maestro has looked in exquisite touch so far at the Indian Wells Masters, and following on from his Dubai Open win earlier this year, he has dropped just 18 games over his three wins at this competition. He is coming off a 6-1, 6-4 drubbing of Kyle Edmund last game.
Federer will be on court from 11 am local time (7 pm BST).
Following the Federer match, it will be Nadal’s turn to take to court for his quarter-final against Russian Karen Khachanov. If Federer has looked unbeatable, Nadal has been no less imperious and lost just 13 games over his three matches.
Jared Donaldson, Diego Schwartzman and Filip Krajinovic have all been spanked easily and sent packing.
By his own lofty standards, Nadal could have had a better start to the year after losing a one-sided Australian Open final to Novak Djokovic and then getting bundled out early at Acapulco by Nick Kyrgios. With Djokovic out of the way, this could be a good chance for him to win his first title of the year.
Nadal will be on court from around 1 pm local time (9 pm BST) following the completion of the Federer match.
And while Djokovic’s singles campaign got over earlier, he is still alive in the doubles section of the draw. The Serb singles world number one will partner Fabio Fognini for their semi-final match against Marcelo Melo and Lukasz Kubot, the sixth seeds in the competition.
The pair has already beaten Milos Raonic/Jeremy Chardy in round one, Rohan Bopanna/Denis Shapovalov in the second round and Jean-Julien Roger/Horia Tecau in the quarter-finals.
Fans can watch the Djokovic/Fognini men’s doubles semi-final on Friday from around 3 pm local time (11 pm BST).
How to watch Federer, Nadal and Djokovic live streaming from the Indian Wells Masters:
If you are in the UK, there are two ways to do this.
One, if you are an Amazon Prime Video subscriber, you can log in and watch the live streaming of the Indian Wells Masters online. Or you can register for a free 30-day trial for the Amazon Prime Video membership here to get yourself a chance to watch its live streaming.
The other option is to watch (and bet) on the Indian Wells Masters live streaming online by signing up with bet365* . Three easy steps to do this.
- Go to bet365.com
- Click on the Join Now link, fill in your details & deposit the minimum sum of $10 (or equivalent) into your account
- Click on the Live Streaming tab on the top & select your tennis match
- Watch (& bet on) live tennis steaming action! (please note, Geo Restrictions might apply for some tennis live streams. Also, it is imperative to have a funded account or to have bet in the 24 hours before watching the live stream).