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Dominic Thiem - Alex De Minaur: Watch ATP Masters Madrid today on TV and LIVE

Dominic Thiem – Alex De Minaur: Watch ATP Masters Madrid today on TV and LIVE

Today, Thursday, Dominic Team will meet Alex de Minor in the 16th round of the ATP tournament in Madrid, not before 11:00 in the morning. How can you watch the game on TV, Live Stream and Live Index.

Dominic Theam quickly advanced to the third round of the ATP Tournament in Madrid on Tuesday. He defeated Austrian Marcus Giron of the United States 6: 1 and 6: 3.

Especially in the first round there was a difference in class. While Tim was acting without any problems sending him, he always managed to attack the opponent’s service.

In the Round of 16, Tim now meets Australian Alex de Minor, who was able to capitalize on a mission against Lloyd Harris. The two players have faced each other three times so far, and the Austrian has won three times. Tim last met De Minor at the 2020 US Open.

Dominic Team vs. Alex de Minor on TV & Live

You will not see Dominic Team’s match against Alex de Minor on Thursday live and exclusively on SkySport Austria 2 before 11:00 am. sky It shows all the matches of the number one ranked Austria in Madrid live.

sky The subsequent ATP 1000 Dirt Courts will also be broadcast in Rome exclusively after Madrid and accompany Dominic Thiem on the way to Roland Garros.

ATP world ranking at a glance

1. (1.) Novak Djokovic Serp 11.963
2. (2.) Raphael Nadal ESP 9.810
3. (3.) Daniel Medvedev Ross 9,700
4. (4.) Dominic Tim or 8.365
5. (5.) Stefanos Tsetsipas GRE 7.910
6. (6.) Alexander Zverev Gear 6.125
7. (7.) Andre Roblio Ross 6.000
8. (8.) Roger Federer SUI 5.875
9. (9.) Diego Schwartzman ARG 3.765
10. (10.) Matteo Perettini ITA 3.493
11. (11.) Roberto Bautista Agut ESP 3.090
12. (12.) Pablo Carreno Busta ESP 3.015
13. (13.) David Goffin BEL 2.840
14. (14.) Denis Shapovalov Could you 2.820
15th. (15th.) Gail Monfils from 2.748
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Italy allows spectators to master in Rome

The Italian government wants spectators to be allowed to attend the Tennis Masters in Rome (9-16 May). As stated in a decree issued by the Secretary of State for Sports, Valentina Vizali, on Tuesday, up to 25 per cent of the seats should be filled from the Round of 16.

However, spectators must wear a face mask and adhere to the rules of distance. According to media reports, the Italian government wants to release up to 20 percent of the stadium seats in the last Italian Serie A soccer match.