Roger Federer takes on Alexandr Dolgopolov at Wimbledon this afternoon as tennis fans can watch all the matches with Bet365.
The well known Stoke based unit has announced that it has ive feeds of every game from Wimbledon 2017, meaning you don’t have to miss a single point of any match.
How to watch Roger Federer v Alexandr Dolgopolov from Wimbledon
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Bet365 have announced that they are streaming the semi final between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal live online through their website and through mobile today.
How to Watch? Roger Federer vs Alexandr Dolgopolov
Two of the biggest names in world tennis will go head to head later today when Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal meet in the semi-final of the Australian Open.
The pair promises to be a real battle with Federer showing a return to form this year and Nadal unbeaten so far in 2014.
Federer has been in stunning form in Melbourne dropping just one set, against Andy Murray, on his march to the final four.
The Swiss world number 6 has accounted for James Duckworth, Blaz Kavcic, Teymuraz Gabashvili, Jo Wilfied Tsoga and Murray losing just 55 games en route.
The player’s decision to appoint Stefan Edberg as coach ahead of the tournament appears to have been vindicated with Federer telling reporters “he was back” after his win over Murray, adding “It was a great game on many levels, not just physically … but mentally, also.”
Federer will need to be at his best if he is to beat Nadal having lost 22 of the 32 previous games they have played.
Nadal meanwhile will head into the clash on the back of two testing encounters with surprise Bulgarian star Grigor Dimitrov and Japan’s Kei Nishikori.
The effects of the games appear to have taken their toll on the world number 1, with his badly blistered hand hampering him against Dimitrov and if his struggles with his serve once more then the injury could play into Federers’ hands, no pun intended.
“I served slower. I served bad,” said Nadal,
“I felt my biggest problem was the serve because serving like this gives me a problem with everything else,” he added.
“When you lose confidence with one important shot like the serve, then you are not able to play the rest of the shots with confidence.
“So I’m going to try to improve that, because I’ll need it in the semi-final if I’m going to have the chance to be in the final.
At stake for the winner is a place in the final against Switzerland’s Stanislas Wawrinka, who reached his first Grand Slam final with a 6-3, 6-7 (1-7), 7-6 (7-3), 7-6 (7-4) win over Tomas Berdych.
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