Shapovalov vs Sinner Live Stream & Tips: Watch Australian Open Online

Andrew Hendrie:

Rising stars Denis Shapovalov and Jannik Sinner collide in a blockbuster Australian Open first round on Monday and the match is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.

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Denis Shapovalov vs Jannik Sinner Live Stream: How To Watch & Bet Online

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The bookmaker is offering all eligible customers the chance to watch and bet on the Shapovalov vs Sinner match on February 8. 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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Denis Shapovalov vs Jannik Sinner Match Details

🎾 Competition: Australian Open R1
🗓 Date: Monday February 8
⏰ Time: 8.30pm AEDT
🏟 Stadium: Margaret Court Arena

Head to Head

The pair have never played before on tour.

Denis Shapovalov vs Jannik Sinner Tips & Predictions

One of the most highly-anticipated matches of the Australian Open first round pits World No. 12 Denis Shapovalov up against rising 19-year-old sensation Jannik Sinner.

It’s unfortunate that one will have to go home after the opening round, but we should be in for a cracking contest between two of the brightest young prospects in men’s tennis.

I’m finding it hard to separate the pair. Shapovalov is on a six-match losing streak heading into this match and I would normally be leaning with Sinner as a result, but the Italian has had a busy lead-in week, advancing to the final of a lead-in tournament at the time of writing.

Sinner has played five matches in a week, which is a heavy workload after two weeks of quarantine. Throw in the fact he has to back up without a day’s rest for his Australian Open first round and that’s a ton of tennis given the circumstances.

Shapovalov warmed up with two matches against some of the world’s best in the ATP Cup – namely Novak Djokovic and Alexander Zverev – and although he lost both, the Canadian would have been happy with his performances.

I think Sinner’s run to the final this past week will do him more harm than good where the Australian Open is concerned, so I’ll be backing Shapovalov to outlast his younger rival in four or five sets.