Tag: Tennis

Roger Federer vs. Stan Wawrinka Live Stream: How to Watch Indian Wells Masters Final

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Swiss compatriots Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka are set to meet in the final of the 2017 BNP Paribas Open on Sunday, and fortunately, a live stream is easy to watch.

The 23rd meeting between the friends and rivals is scheduled to start at around 4 p.m. ET (depending on how long the match before it takes) and will be broadcast on ESPN and the Tennis Channel. If you can’t get to a television, here’s a full rundown of all your streaming options for desktop and other devices:


Federer vs. Wawrinka Live Stream

Desktop

The easiest way to watch the match is on WatchESPN.com. Because it’s on ESPN3, you can watch the stream for free without having to log in to a cable or TV provider in order to watch.

You can click here for frequently asked questions and more information about WatchESPN.

If you do have a cable or satellite subscription and want to watch the Tennis Channel broadcast, you can watch via Tennis Channel Everywhere. You’ll need to log in using your pay TV provider username and password to watch the stream.


Mobile & Streaming Devices

Viewers looking to watch the match on their mobile or streaming devices can do so via the ESPN app, which is free to download at the following places:

App Store

Google Play store

Amazon App store

Windows Store

Roku

Xbox One

As is the case with desktop, you won’t need to log-in to a cable or TV provider.

Again, if you have the info for a cable log-in and want to watch the Tennis Channel broadcast, you can do so via the Tennis Channel Everywhere app, which is free to download in the following locations:

App Store

Google Play Store

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Rafael Nadal vs. Jack Sock Live Stream: How to Watch Miami Open Quarterfinal

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Rafael Nadal and Jack Sock meet in the quarterfinals of the 2017 Miami Masters on Wednesday night, and a live stream in the United States is easy to watch, even if you don’t have a cable subscription.

The match is scheduled to start around 9 p.m. ET (after Angelique Kerber vs. Venus Williams, which starts at 7 p.m. ET) and will be broadcast on ESPN 2. If you can’t get to a television, here’s a full rundown of all your streaming options for desktop and other devices:


Nadal vs. Sock Live Stream

Desktop

The easiest way to watch the match is via WatchESPN.com. If you choose the option that says “Miami Open – Stadium (Quarterfinals)” on ESPN 3, you only have to log in to your internet provider–rather than a pay TV provider–to watch a live stream of the match.

If you want to watch ESPN 2’s television broadcast, you can do so by instead clicking the “Miami Open (Quarterfinals)” ESPN 2 link. In this case, you’ll need to log in using your pay TV provider username and password to watch the stream.

You can click here for frequently asked questions and more information about WatchESPN.


Mobile & Streaming Devices

Viewers looking to watch the match on their mobile or streaming devices can do so via the ESPN app, which is free to download at the following places:

App Store

Google Play store

Amazon App store

Windows Store

Roku

Xbox One

As is the case with desktop, only the ESPN 2 stream (not the ESPN 3 one) requires you to log in to a cable or TV provider.

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Roger Federer vs. Tomas Berdych Live Stream: How to Watch Miami Open Quarterfinal

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Roger Federer and Tomas Berdych meet in the quarterfinals of the 2017 Miami Masters on Thursday, and a live stream in the United States is easy to watch, even if you don’t have a cable subscription.

The match is scheduled to start around 3 p.m. ET (after Pliskova vs. Wozniacki, which starts at 1 p.m. ET) and will be broadcast on ESPN 2. If you can’t get to a television, here’s a full rundown of all your streaming options for desktop and other devices:


Federer vs. Berdych Live Stream

Desktop

The easiest way to watch the match is via WatchESPN.com. If you choose the option that says “Miami Open – Stadium (Quarterfinals)” on ESPN 3, you only have to log in to your internet provider–rather than a pay TV provider–to watch a live stream of the match.

If you want to watch ESPN 2’s television broadcast, you can do so by instead clicking the “Miami Open (Quarterfinals)” ESPN 2 link. In this case, you’ll need to log in using your pay TV provider username and password to watch the stream.

You can click here for frequently asked questions and more information about WatchESPN.


Mobile & Streaming Devices

Viewers looking to watch the match on their mobile or streaming devices can do so via the ESPN app, which is free to download at the following places:

App Store

Google Play store

Amazon App store

Windows Store

Roku

Xbox One

As is the case with desktop, only the ESPN 2 stream (not the ESPN 3 one) requires you to log in to a cable or TV provider.

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Roger Federer vs. Nick Kyrgios: Date, Start Time & TV Channel for Miami Open Semifinal

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It’ll be the past and present vs. the future in the second semifinal at the 2017 Miami Masters on Friday night, as Roger Federer takes on Nick Kyrgios.

Fed-Ex was pushed to the brink in the quarters by Tomas Berdych but ultimately saved a pair of match points in the final-set tiebreaker, coming back to improve his 2017 record to an astounding 17-1. Kyrgios, meanwhile, made his usual array of jaw-dropping shots and tweeners en route to beating fellow young star Alexander Zverev in a thrilling three-set battle.

Here’s everything you need to know to watch the anticipated semi:


Federer vs. Kyrgios, 2017 Miami Open Semifinal

Date: Friday, March 31, 2017

Start Time: 7 p.m. ET (complete order of play for Friday here)

TV Channel: ESPN News

Live Stream: WatchESPN

Head-to-Head History & Preview

Federer and Kyrgios were scheduled to face each other at Indian Wells last week, but a bout of food poisoning for the Australian gave Federer the walkover. That leaves their 2015 Madrid Masters instant classic as their only head-to-head meeting, as Kyrgios earned the entertaining 6-7(2), 7-6(5), 7-6(12) victory in that one.

Even before he knew who his opponent would be, Federer knew this semifinal was going to be must-watch action.

“Kyrgios and Zverev are very exciting players, two of the most exciting players we have on tour now,” he said. “You all should tune in if you’re not in the stadium.”

A win on Friday night would advance Federer to his first Miami final since 2006, while Kyrgios has a chance to reach his first-ever Masters 1000 final.

Still, despite the polar opposite resumes, the way each is playing right now makes this easily one of the most compelling matchups of the tournament.

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Rafael Nadal vs. Fabio Fognini Live Stream: How to Watch Miami Open Semifinal

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Rafael Nadal and Fabio Fognini meet in the semifinals of the 2017 Miami Masters on Friday, and a live stream in the United States is easy to watch, even if you don’t have a cable subscription.

The match is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on ESPN 2. If you can’t get to a television, here’s a full rundown of all your streaming options for desktop and other devices:


Nadal vs. Fognini Live Stream

Desktop

The easiest way to watch the match is via WatchESPN.com. If you choose the option that says “Miami Open – Stadium (Semifinals)” or “Miami Open (Semifinals)” on ESPN 3, you only have to be logged into your internet provider–rather than a pay TV provider–to watch a live stream. The latter option comes without broadcast commentary, while the former has commentary.

If you want to watch ESPN 2’s actual television broadcast, you can do so by instead clicking the “Miami Open (Quarterfinals)” ESPN 2 link. In this case, you’ll need to log in using your pay TV provider username and password to watch the stream.

You can click here for frequently asked questions and more information about WatchESPN.


Mobile & Streaming Devices

Viewers looking to watch the match on their mobile or streaming devices can do so via the ESPN app, which is free to download at the following places:

App Store

Google Play store

Amazon App store

Windows Store

Roku

Xbox One

As is the case with desktop, only the ESPN 2 stream (not the ESPN 3 one) requires you to log in to a cable or TV provider.

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Roger Federer vs. Nick Kyrgios Live Stream: How to Watch Miami Open Semifinal

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Roger Federer and Nick Kyrgios meet in the semifinals of the 2017 Miami Masters on Friday, and a live stream in the United States is easy to watch, even if you don’t have a cable subscription.

The match is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on ESPN News. If you can’t get to a television, here’s a full rundown of all your streaming options for desktop and other devices:


Federer vs. Kyrgios Live Stream

Desktop

The easiest way to watch the match is via WatchESPN.com. If you choose the option that says “Miami Open – Stadium (Semifinals)” or “Miami Open (Semifinals)” on ESPN 3, you only have to be logged into your internet provider–rather than a pay TV provider–to watch a live stream. The former option comes without broadcast commentary, while the latter has commentary.

If you want to watch ESPN News’ actual television broadcast, you can do so by instead clicking the “Miami Open (Men’s Semifinal #2)” ESPN News link. In this case, you’ll need to log in using your pay TV provider username and password to watch the stream.

You can click here for frequently asked questions and more information about WatchESPN.


Mobile & Streaming Devices

Viewers looking to watch the match on their mobile or streaming devices can do so via the ESPN app, which is free to download at the following places:

App Store

Google Play store

Amazon App store

Windows Store

Roku

Xbox One

As is the case with desktop, only the ESPN News stream (not the ESPN 3 one) requires you to log in to a cable or TV provider.

Roger Federer vs. Nick Kyrgios: Date, Start Time & TV Channel for Miami Open Semifinal

Roger Federer and Nick Kyrgios will meet in the Miami Masters semifinal on Friday night. Find out when and where to watch the compelling battle.

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Rafael Nadal vs. Roger Federer: Date, Start Time & TV Channel for Miami Open Final

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Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are making up for lost time.

After playing each other just twice between 2014 and 2016, the pair of historic rivals are now set to meet for the third time in 2017 when they face each other in the final of the Miami Masters.

They advanced there in very different ways. While Rafa made easy work of Fabio Fognini in the first semifinal, Federer engaged in an instant classic with 21-year-old rising star Nick Kyrgios. The two battled to three tiebreaks over three hours, with the veteran ultimately escaping in the end to set up the always anticipated “Fedal” battle.

As has been the case the first 36 times, it’s going to be must-watch TV when these two go head-to-head. Here’s a look at everything you need to know to watch:


Nadal vs. Federer, 2017 Miami Open Final

Date: Sunday, April 2, 2017

Start Time: 1 p.m. ET (Sunday’s complete order of play will be available here sometime on Saturday)

TV Channel: ESPN 2

Live Stream: WatchESPN or Sling TV

Head-to-Head History & Preview

Arguably the greatest rivalry in the history of the sport, Nadal leads the all-time series 23-13, but it’s been all Federer as of late. The Swiss international used a fifth-set comeback to beat Nadal in the Australian Open final, then followed that up with a more dominant effort two weeks ago at Indian Wells, giving him three straight wins over his rival and friend.

“It’s a nice feeling to win the last three, I can tell you that,” Federer said. “But most importantly, I won Australia. That was big for me. On the comeback, I look back at that and think that was one of the coolest things I ever experienced in my career.”

In Miami, Federer and Nadal will return to where their rivalry started. Their first two career matches were at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park, with Nadal winning the Round-of-32 meeting in 2004, and Federer getting revenge in the final the next year. They also met here in 2011, when Nadal captured the straight-set victory in the semifinals.

For Nadal, Miami is one of just two Masters 1000 events that still eludes him–he’s been to four finals at Key Biscayne but yet to win a title. Federer, meanwhile, has two titles here but hasn’t captured one since 2006.

No matter what ultimately happens on Sunday, though, it’s Federer vs. Nadal. That means it’ll be an important part of tennis history, and it will assuredly be another scintillating display of tennis.

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Johanna Konta vs. Caroline Wozniacki Live Stream: How to Watch Miami Open Final

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Johanna Konta and Caroline Wozniacki meet in the final of the 2017 Miami Masters on Saturday, and a live stream in the United States is easy to watch, even if you don’t have a cable subscription.

The match is scheduled to start at 1 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on ESPN 2. If you can’t get to a television, here’s a full rundown of all your streaming options for desktop and other devices:


Konta vs. Wozniacki Live Stream

Desktop

The easiest way to watch the match is via WatchESPN.com. If you choose the option that says “Miami Open – Stadium (Finals)” or “Miami Open (Finals)” on ESPN 3, you only have to be logged into your internet provider–rather than a pay TV provider–to watch a live stream. The former option comes without broadcast commentary, while the latter has commentary.

If you want to watch ESPN 2’s actual television broadcast, you can do so by instead clicking the “Miami Open (Women’s Final)” ESPN 2 link. In this case, you’ll need to log in using your pay TV provider username and password to watch the stream.

You can click here for frequently asked questions and more information about WatchESPN.


Mobile & Streaming Devices

Viewers looking to watch the match on their mobile or streaming devices can do so via the ESPN app, which is free to download at the following places:

App Store

Google Play store

Amazon App store

Windows Store

Roku

Xbox One

As is the case with desktop, only the ESPN 2 stream (not the ESPN 3 one) requires you to log in to a cable or TV provider.

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