ATP Sony Open Miami Masters Tennis : Live Streaming as Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Juan Martin del Potro, Tomas Berdych & David Ferrer feature
Its the ATP Sony Open Masters from Miami live streaming, as Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Juan Martin del Potro, Tomas Berdych & David Ferrer matches are all available to watch online with Bet365.
The Stoke based company has recently announced the addition of a live streaming service, available through the Bet365 website, which enables tennis fans to watch all the matches from Miami live and online.
The ATP Tour heads to Miami this week with the Sony Open taking place and we are all set for a superb tennis tournament with some big name players on show.
ATP Sony Open Miami Masters Tennis – How to Watch
You can watch all the action from the ATP Sony Open Miami Masters featuring Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Juan Martin del Potro, Tomas Berdych & David Ferrer with Bet365. Simply click here to forward to the special landing page and navigate to ‘Live Streaming’ at the top of the page and continue. You can also claim £200/€200 in free bets as you watch! Exclusive!
It is a competition that has been going since 1985 and the current prize fund stands at around $4,500,000. There are also valuable points up for grabs as this is an ATP Tour event, so any player entered into the tournament will be desperate for a win.
Much of the talk is about Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray at this stage though and these two men are leading the way with the bookmakers as they are available at 10/11 and 3/1 respectively.
Djokovic is the current favourite and that isn’t much of a surprise when you consider he has won 17 matches and lost just once this campaign. The world number one is in fine form and loves this surface in Miami, so you would say anyone that manages to beat him is likely to win the tournament.
The Serbian is also going for his third straight title in this Sony Open, so he has the knowhow in this event. Djokovic is playing some of the best tennis of his career and with neither Rafael Nadal nor Roger Federer involved here, you would say his route to the final is a lot easier than in most competitions.
As for Murray, he has shown over the past twelve months or so that he is capable of beating the number one seed and is sure to feel at home in Miami as he spends a lot of time training.
The conditions should suit the Scotsman and he was a winner here back in 2009, as well as the runner-up last year, as he begins his campaign with a second round match up against Australian Bernard Tomic, after receiving a bye in the first round.
Murray lost in the quarter-finals of the Indian Wells tournament to Juan Martin Del Potro last time out, so will feel as though he has a bit of a point to prove in this compeition. He knows how important form is for his Grand Slam hopes this year, so a victory, or at the very least reaching the final, has to be his aim in Miami.
Del Potro is also in action and in decent form after beating both Murray and Djokovic this month. He is at 13/2 with the bookmakers and should be in contention if he plays some of his best tennis.
Tomas Berdych and David Ferrer are then both at 16/1 and they have a chance here, especially with the absence of Federer and Nadal. You then have Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at 40/1.
As mentioned though, this Sony Open is mainly all about Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray and many would see it as a bit of a shock if one of these two didn’t manage to come out on top. They will have to be at their best over the twelve days the tournament takes place, but it is all set for an epic battle in the final between these two world class players.