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How to watch Australia vs Spain in the ATP Cup semi-final

Posted: 11 January 2020 2:30 pm
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Serbia meets Russia in the first semi-final, while the hometown hopes Australia faces Spain in the second.

Organisers will be thrilled by Australia's efforts so far in the ATP Cup. Boasting a perfect record through the round-robin stage, the Aussies then pulled off a thrilling 2-1 victory over Great Britain in the quarter-finals.

Nick Kyrgios has been in outstanding form and Alex de Minaur has done his part in front of raucous home crowds. Now a tough test awaits against world No.1 Rafael Nadal and his Spanish cohorts.

Channel 9 followed its securing of the Australian Open from 2019 onwards by adding the ATP Cup to its tennis stable. Here is how you can watch the second semi-final in Australia. For all your other tennis through the year, you'll need Kayo Sports. You can check out the entire 2020 tennis schedule for the ATP and WTA tours here.

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When is the Australia vs Spain ATP Cup semi-final?

The second semi-final between Australia and Spain starts at 6:30pm AEDT at Sydney Olympic Park on Saturday 11 January. The tie involves two singles and one doubles match to determine the winner.

How to stream or watch the second ATP Cup semi-final in Australia

Channel Nine and specialised tennis subscription television service Tennis TV are your options for this contest. All the details are below.

How to stream or watch Australia vs Spain semi-final of the ATP Cup on Channel 9

We put together a comprehensive guide for the 2020 ATP Cup prior to the tournament getting underway. Channel 9 is showing both of the semi-finals on its 9 and 9HD channels. You can also live stream it on the 9Now app. The prime time second semi-final starts at 6:30pm AEDT and may well tick into Sunday to find a winner.

How to watch the ATP Cup second semi-final on Tennis TV

The official Tennis TV platform provided by the ATP is a great option for hardcore tennis fans. Subscriptions are $19.99 a month or $149.99 for an annual pass. You can stream to a number of devices and it also offers a range of special features.

Alternatively, if you want to enjoy other sports as well as see most other ATP and WTA events through 2020, we recommend Kayo Sports.

Who will win the second semi-final between Australia vs Spain?

Nick Kyrgios has demonstrated throughout this tournament that when he's focused and motivated he can beat anyone. He also acknowledged that the threat of suspension that hovers over his head from his indiscretions last season is also a factor.

Alex de Minaur is such a different character to the volatile Kyrgios, but is showing every indication he can mix it with the world's elite. But the task can't get much tougher than world No.1 Rafael Nadal.

Written off a number of times in recent years, Nadal keeps responding to his critics. And with grafter Roberto Bautista Agut alongside him, the Spaniards will be tough to beat. It's all set up for an epic showdown and just maybe the Aussies can keep the dream alive over the three ties.

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