ATP World Tour Tennis Live Streaming Schedule : Novak Djokovic v Juan Martin del Potro, Roger Federer v Andy Murray available online

Four players are hoping to make it through to the ATP World Tour Final this evening as Novak Djokovic v Juan Martin del Potro, & Roger Federer v Andy Murray feature with Bet365 and their live stream service.

It should be a superb day of tennis action as the semi-finals of the season ending tournament take place this at the O2 arena.

Home favourite Andy Murray is one of the players looking to go all the way as he aims to end what has been a fantastic year in the best way possible.

All eyes will be on the US Open Champion from 7.45pm tonight, but the first semi-final – getting underway at 2.15pm – sees Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin Del Potro go head to head.

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Djokovic is the favourite to go all the way of course and he has been in typically ruthless form this week. The Serb is the only player not to lose so far and has plenty of momentum going into this one.

Del Potro does have his work cut out, but he will look to be competitive in the early stages and hope that Djokovic has an off day. He knows he can beat the World No.1 though, having won the Bronze medal match against him during London 2012, and should be full of confidence after beating Roger Federer yesterday 7-6 (7-3) 4-6 6-3.

It should be a cracking match between these two and there is no doubt the crowd will be entertained over two, possibly three, sets.

Then, it is all about Murray and his semi-final against Roger Federer, a man who has won this title six times before.

These two have had several duels over the years and it is always a tough one to call. Murray does have a 10-8 lead in the 18 matches between these two, but in the ATP World Tour finals it is two victories for Federer, his last win coming in Wimbledon.

For the British No.1, it could be all about getting that last bit of energy for this 2012 season. After an action packed few months, he would love a final appearance at the very least, and the Scot has the upper hand in recent encounters, winning the last two matches against the Swiss legend.

The first set, as ever, will be crucial. Having said that, Murray will continue fighting until the end. This has been an impressive attribute of the Scotsman over the last few months.

Overall, it should be a very entertaining day as four top-class players give everything they have got to reach the final of the ATP World Tour Finals.

Djokovic and Federer are the wise choice to progress, but Del Potro and Murray will have a lot to say about that.

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