Watch Serbia vs Spain, Nadal vs Djokovic ATP Cup final

Posted: 12 January 2020 2:28 pm
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Here's how to watch it live or stream online.

Serbia was the first country to make it through to the final after overcoming Russia. Novak Djokovic prevailed in a tight three-set battle with Daniil Medvedev to set the Serbians on their way before Dusan Lajovic withstood a strong serving display from Karen Khachanov to guarantee they would reach the final.

Spain then ended the run of hosts Australia in the second semi-final. Nick Kyrgios was oddly out of sorts as he was cast aside surprisingly easily by Roberto Bautista Agut. That left 20-year-old Alex de Minaur needing to overcome world No.1 Rafael Nadal to keep the tie alive.

De Minaur took the fight right to the Spaniard, claiming the first set before bowing out 4-6, 7-5, 6-1 as the places in this year's final were completed.

Channel 9 is the host broadcaster of this brand new event and this is how you can tune in for the decider.

When is the Serbia vs Spain ATP Cup final?

The final between Serbia and Spain starts at 6:30pm AEDT on Sunday 12 January at Sydney Olympic Park.

When does the Nadal vs Djokovic ATP Cup match start?

The headline act of the ATP Cup final is the dream match up of Nadal vs Djokovic, arguably the two best players of the past decade. This particular match is scheduled to start at 7.50pm on Sunday, 12 January. Could this be a precursor to the Australian Open final?

How to stream or watch Spain vs Serbia ATP Cup final in Australia

Kayo Sports and Foxtel aren't showing the ATP Cup, with Channel 9 and official tennis subscription service Tennis TV your options for the final. All the details are below. Note though that the vast majority of other ATP and WTA tennis throughout the year, including the other three grand slams, are on Kayo Sports. We've got a 14-day free trial for you here, or check out the full tennis tour schedule for 2020.

How to stream or watch the final of the ATP Cup on Channel 9

Channel 9 will be showing the Serbia vs Spain final on both its main 9 channel and 9HD. You can also follow along on 9Now. We have a complete guide to the 2020 ATP Cup which has everything you need to know about the tournament and the viewing options.

How to watch the ATP Cup final on Tennis TV

The official Tennis TV platform is a great option for diehard tennis fans. Subscriptions are $19.99 a month or you can pick up a yearly pass for $149.99. You can stream to a number of devices and it also offers a range of special features.

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Who will win the ATP Cup final of Serbia vs Spain?

While organisers would have hoped for Australia to make the final, they couldn't be unhappy about the blockbuster showdown that awaits on Sunday night.

Lajovic and Bautista Agut clash in the opening singles rubber. But that is a mere hors d'oeuvre for the match everyone will be waiting for, Nadal vs Djokovic. Leading into a season when many expected the young stars on the circuit to finally catch up to the veterans, it is the same old script to start 2020.

Hopefully the tie will still be alive heading into the doubles when Djokovic and Nadal are scheduled to back up. We're giving a slight edge to the Djoker and his team.

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