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Jannik Sinner vs Stefanos Tsitsipas today in the first semi-final of the ATP Masters 1000 in Monte Carlo which will be broadcast live on TV and live. The Blue No. 2 in the world faces the Greek No. 12 in the draw, for a place in the final on the red clay of the emirate. The match will start no later than 1.30pm on Saturday 13 April.

Sinner, who will retain second place in the rankings, is fresh off a three-set battle against Denmark's Holger Rönn, who a year ago stopped South Tyrol in the semifinals. Tsitsipas beat Russia's Karen Khachanov in two sets with a reliable effort.

Sinner Tsitsipas, antecedents

Sinner and Tsitsipas face each other for the ninth time in their careers. The Greek leads 5-3 in head-to-head matches and has won 3 out of 4 matches played on clay. Tsitsipas has won twice in Rome (2019 and 2022) and once in Barcelona (2021). Sinner won in Rome in 2020 and last year won the last two matches on artificial courts in Rotterdam and at the ATP Finals in Turin.

Djokovic and Ruud in the second semi-final

Novak Djokovic and Casper Ruud will face each other in the second semi-final. The Serbian, ranked first in the world, defeated Australian Alex de Minaur in two sets. Norwegian Ruud, ranked 8th, defeated Frenchman Ugo Humbert after 3 sets and two hours of duel.

Sinner-Tsitsipas on live TV

The semi-final between Sinner and Tsitsipas will be broadcast exclusively on Sky Sports on Sky Sport Uno (201) and Sky Sport Tennis (203). It will also be possible to follow the match via live broadcast on Sky Go and NOW.

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