Novak Djokovic continues his Australian Open title defence when he meets Alexander Zverev in the quarter-finals on Tuesday and the match is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
Watch the Novak Djokovic vs Alexander Zverev Australian Open live stream from your desktop or mobile device. Live streams from the Australian Open are free to watch.
Novak Djokovic vs Alexander Zverev Live Stream: How To Watch & Bet Online
You can watch and bet on Djokovic vs Zverev with Sportsbet and their comprehensive live streaming coverage.
Firstly, login or sign up to Sportsbet.
Then simply navigate to the Australian Open section on the Sportsbet website via desktop or your chosen mobile device. From there, select Djokovic vs Zverev and click ‘Watch Live’.
Novak Djokovic vs Alexander Zverev Match Details
🎾 Competition: Australian Open QF
🗓 Date: Tuesday February 16
⏰ Time: 8.30pm
🏟 Stadium: Rod Laver Arena
Head to Head
Djokovic leads 5-2
- 2021 | ATP Cup | Djokovic 6-7 6-2 7-5
- 2020 | ATP Finals | Djokovic 6-3 7-6
- 2019 | Roland Garros | Djokovic 7-5 6-2 6-2
- 2018 | ATP Finals RR | Djokovic 6-4 6-1
- 2018 | ATP Finals | Zverev 6-4 6-3
- 2018 | Shanghai Masters | Djokovic 6-2 6-1
- 2017 | Rome Masters | Zverev 6-4 6-3
Australian Open 2021 Results
- R1: def. Chardy 6-3 6-1 6-2
- R2: def. Tiafoe 6-3 6-7 7-6 6-3
- R3: def. Fritz 7-6 6-4 3-6 4-6 6-2
- R4: def. Raonic 7-6 4-6 6-1 6-4
- R1: def. Giron 6-7 7-6 6-3 6-2
- R2: def. Cressy 7-5 6-4 6-3
- R3: def. Mannarino 6-3 6-3 6-1
- R4: def. Lajovic 6-4 7-6 6-3
Novak Djokovic vs Alexander Zverev Tips & Predictions
Djokovic faces the toughest test of his Australian Open title defence when he comes up against sixth-seeded Zverev in the quarter-finals on Tuesday.
It’s been a challenging Australian Open for Djokovic over the last week, with the Serbian nursing a mysterious abdominal injury that was sustained during his five-set win over Taylor Fritz in the third round.
Djokovic is refusing to go into detail about the injury, but it was again noticeable during his four-set victory over Milos Raonic in the R16 – although, it must be said, at stages his movement looked normal.
It makes this clash with Zverev hard to predict. The German has dropped just one set on his way to the last eight, which is great when you consider his traditional early round troubles at slams.
In saying that, Zverev is still dealing with the yips on serve and that’s not what you want when coming up against the greatest returner this sport has ever seen.
The pair played a couple of weeks ago at the ATP Cup and it was Djokovic that prevailed in a tight three-setter. We can expect another close contest here, but I simply can’t bet against Djokovic at the Australian Open – injury or not.