One of the first ATP tournaments of the 2021 season, the ATP Antalya Open is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
Watch the 2021 ATP Antalya Open live stream from your desktop or mobile device. Live streams from all tennis matches from ATP Antalya are free to watch.
ATP Antalya Live Stream: How To Watch & Bet Online
You can watch and bet on the 2021 ATP Antalya Open with bet365 and their extensive live streaming coverage.
The bookmaker is offering all eligible customers the chance to watch and bet on all matches from the Antalya Open between January 7-13. All you need is a funded account with bet365 or to have placed an online bet within the last 24 hours of the match, although you must note that geo-restrictions may apply in some areas.
Read on below for information on how to watch and bet on the Antalya Open live from Turkey on bet365.
Antalya Open Tennis: How to live stream with bet365
- Visit the bet365 website
- Sign into your account or register for a new one
- Select live streaming on the right-hand menu
- Choose the Antalya Open match you want to stream
- Enjoy live Antalya Open tennis streams and in-play betting
Under Australian law, we are required to inform you that Live Streaming on bet365 is exempt from Parts 3 and 4 of the Broadcasting Services (Online Content Service Provider Rules) 2018.
ATP Antalya Tournament Information
- Location: Antalya, Turkey
- Dates: January 7-13, 2021
- Surface: Hard
- Singles Draw: 32
- Doubles Draw: 16
- Prize Money: €300,000
ATP Antalya Seeds
1. Matteo Berrettini
2. David Goffin
3. Fabio Fognini
4. Alex de Minaur
5. Jan-Lennard Struff
6. Nikoloz Basilashvili
7. Miomir Kecmanovic
8. Alexander Bublik
ATP Antalya Order Of Play: Matches for January 13
Final (all times AEDT)
Alex de Minaur vs Alexander Bublik – 7.00pm
ATP Antalya Tips & Predictions
The opening weeks of the season are always tough to predict as players return from a lengthy break to play their first tournament of the year.
Some solid players will featured at the Antalya Open, which has taken a makeshift spot on the calendar at the very beginning of 2021. Matteo Berrettini and David Goffin will be looking to bounce back from disappointing 2020 campaigns, along with sixth seed Nikoloz Basilashvili, who didn’t win a match from March until the end of last season.
I like Aussie young gun Alex de Minaur to go all the way, slightly ahead of Goffin and German powerhouse Jan-Lennard Struff.
De Minaur has traditionally started seasons well, with one of his three ATP titles coming in Sydney the week before the Australian Open. Granted, the season isn’t starting in Australia like it usually does, but de Minaur has been based in Spain for the better part of the last 12 months and will be raring to go on his favourite hardcourt surface.