ATP Barcelona Live Stream & Tips: Watch Barcelona Open Online

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ATP Barcelona Live Stream

Rafael Nadal, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Andrey Rublev lead the field at the ATP 500 Barcelona Open this week and all matches at the tournament are available to watch online via desktop and mobile.

ATP Barcelona Live Stream, Tips & Predictions

ATP Barcelona Live Stream – watch the ATP 500 Barcelona Open from your desktop or mobile device. Live streams of all tennis matches from Barcelona are free to watch.

ATP Barcelona Live Stream: How to watch & bet online

You can watch and bet on ATP Barcelona 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 ATP Barcelona between April 19-24. 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.

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ATP Barcelona Tennis: How to live stream with bet365

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  4. Choose the ATP Barcelona match you want to stream
  5. Enjoy live ATP Barcelona tennis streams and in-play betting

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ATP Barcelona Tournament Information

Location: Barcelona, Spain
Dates: April 19-24, 2021
Surface: Clay
Singles Draw: 48
Doubles Draw: 16
Defending champion: Dominic Thiem (2019)

ATP Barcelona Seeds

1. Rafael Nadal
2. Stefanos Tsitsipas
3. Andrey Rublev
4. Diego Schwartzman
5. Roberto Bautista Agut
6. Pablo Carreno Busta
7. Denis Shapovalov
8. David Goffin
9. Fabio Fognini
10. Felix Auger-Aliassime
11. Jannik Sinner
12. Karen Khachanov
13. Cristian Garin
14. Alex de Minaur
15. Casper Ruud (withdrew injured)
16. Dan Evans

ATP Barcelona Tips & Predictions

Rafael Nadal will be targeting a record-extending 12th Barcelona Open title this week, but the Spaniard will have to be at his best and better than this past week after he was knocked out of Monte Carlo by Andrey Rublev.

Nadal has an extraordinary 61-4 record at Barcelona, where the Centre Court is named after him. He first competed at the tournament at 16 years of age in 2003 and has won 11 titles.

It’s still tough to back against Nadal on clay, but the gap is getting closer. As mentioned, Rublev got the better of the legendary Spaniard in Monte Carlo and has been on fire over the last 12 months.

Rublev leads the tour for most match wins this season with 24 and has excelled at 500-level, winning four ATP 500 titles over the last year. The Russian fell just short of his maiden Masters 1000 title last week, losing in straight sets to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final.

Tsitsipas is also in the Barcelona draw and will be keen to double down this week. The Greek made his first ATP final in Barcelona a few years ago and was in incredible form last week.

Nadal, Rublev and Tsitsipas are the obvious three main contenders and it’s Nadal who certainly got the more favourable draw.

Rublev and Tsitsipas are in the same half of the draw as various dangerous players, including Jannik Sinner, Felix Auger-Aliassime, Lorenzo Musetti, Alejandro Davidovich Fokina and Denis Shapovalov.

Nadal’s first seed opponent could be clay specialist Cristian Garin before possible showdowns with David Goffin, Dan Evans, Diego Schwartzman and Fabio Fognini.

Only Fognini at his absolute best is capable of beating Nadal on clay in Barcelona, so I would be very surprised if the Spaniard doesn’t make the final.

If Tsitsipas or Rublev make the final, it should be a cracking title match, but after both went deep in Monte Carlo, that isn’t guaranteed.

Nadal is the clear favourite, with Rublev and Tsitsipas not far behind. Sinner and Davidovich Fokina offer plenty of value as an outsider.