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[[TENNIS/STREAMS]] Carlos Alcaraz vs Novak Djokovic Semifinals Live Free Broadcast ON 18 November 2023


Novak Djokovic will face off against Carlos Alcaraz in Turin on Saturday at 9:00 pm on Centre Court. How to watch Alcaraz vs Djokovic: TV channel, live stream and start time for ATP Finals semi-final


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The top two players in the world have already served up three epic matches this year


Ranked no.2, Carlos played his last match on the 17th of November when he defeated world no.3 Daniil Medvedev 6-4 6-4 in the round robin in the Nitto ATP Finals (draw).


This year Carlos achieved an overall 65-11 match record. The Spaniard clinched 6 titles in 2023 in Buenos Aires, in Indian Wells, in Barcelona, in Madrid, in London and in Wimbledon. The Spaniard reached the final in Rio de Janeiro and in Cincinnati.


At the moment ranked no.1, the Serbian played his last match on the 16th of November when he beat world no.9 Hubert Hurkacz 7-6(1) 4-6 6-1 in the round robin in the Nitto ATP Finals (draw).


Presently, during this year Novak has a composed 53-6 win-loss record. The Serbian clinched 6 titles in 2023 in Adelaide, at the Australian Open, at the French Open, in Cincinnati, at the U.S. Open and in Paris. Djokovic was the runner-up in Wimbledon.


The latest chapter in Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic's rivalry is written tonight as the pair meet in the last four of the ATP Finals.


Many expected this to be the final of the season-ending tournament in Turin, but it is instead a semi-final showdown after Djokovic just about edged through his group.


The world number one was beaten by Jannik Sinner and then had to rely on the Italian to beat Holger Rune to ensure he made it through to the last four and maintained his bid for a record-breaking seventh time.


Alcaraz has not been at his sensational best either, losing his opening match to Alexander Zverev to make it three defeats on the bounce for the Spaniard. Wins over Andrey Rublev and Daniil Medvedev got things back on track though, as he made it through as group winner.


That means the best two players in the world meet for a fourth and final time this year, having already served up three memorable encounters. Djokovic came out on top at Roland Garros as Alcaraz was badly hampered by cramp in the French Open semi-finals, but the Spaniard had no such issues five weeks later as he won an incredible Wimbledon final.


The pair then met at the Cincinnati Open final in August, those three sets taking just under four hours as this time Djokovic emerged victorious from a titanic battle. It would be no surprise if similar drama was served up tonight.


How to watch Alcaraz vs Djokovic


TV channel: The ATP Finals showdown will be broadcast in the UK on the Amazon Prime Video streaming service. The match is scheduled to get underway at 8pm GMT.


Live stream: Amazon Prime subscribers will be able to watch the action either on their website or through the app.


Despite the fact that Alcarazcan no longer finish the year as the world’s No.1 in the ranking, he could deliver another big loss to Novak Djokovic. It’s worth remembering that, just a few months ago, the young Spanish star achieved the most significant victory of his career by defeating the Serbian in Wimbledon’s final.


Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic has been extraordinary in 2023 winning the Australian Open, Roland Garros and the US Open. Now, the legend has extended the record for most Grand Slams won in tennis to 24, leaving Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer far behind.


Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic will play today, November 18, at 3 PM (ET). The winner of the match will face Jannik Sinner in the final after the Italian sensation defeated Daniil Medvedev earlier.

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