Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal Live Streaming

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Federer vs Nadal Head to Head:

Roger Federer
15
Rafael Nadal
23


Roger Federer was born on 8 August 1981 in Switzerland. Federer plays right-handed (one-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Severin Luthi & Ivan Ljubicic. Roger Federer has won 99 titles in his career (20 Grand Slam titles). Federer height: 1.85 m.


Rafael Nadal was born on 3 June 1986 in Spain. Nadal plays left-handed (two-handed backhand) and he’s coached by Carlos Moya & Toni Nadal. Rafael Nadal has won 80 titles in his career (17 Grand Slam titles). Nadal height: 1.85 m.

Roger Federer is meeting Rafael Nadal in the semifinals of Indian Wells in Indian Wells, USA. The match between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will be contested on outdoor hard courts.
You can watch Federer vs Nadal online, following the instructions mentioned above, or you can follow it on TV. Click here to check Indian Wells TV broadcasting schedule.

Expected to win: this kind of match is just impossible to predict. At the bookies, Roger Federer is seen as the winner.

This is the absolute classic of tennis matches. The “El Clasico” of tennis, so far in the history of the sport. It will be the 39th match between the two great champions and the show is 100% guaranteed. All the matches between Rafa and Roger were either finals or semifinals, and it’s a pitty one of them has to walk out defeated today. We said before this match is hard to predict, however, it seems like Roger Federer is seen as the favourite.
There’s a reason behind this: Federer managed to win all last five matches, which were also disputed on hard courts. Believe it or not, last time Nadal won against Federer was five years ago (in 2014), at the Australian Open. With the mention that they never met in 2018, Roger seems dominant in the last H2H matches. Both players showed an amazing form in Indian Wells. Federer never lost a set so far and the same goes for Rafa, even though the Spanish player had a really hard time against Khachanov in the quarterfinals.
With the age gap in favour of Nadal, maybe the bookie’s guess for this match might be overturned. If the match goes into the third set, there will be more chances for Rafa.

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