The star names assemble on clay court at the 2022 Italian Open in Rome, and a live stream is available…
The star names assemble on clay court at the 2022 Italian Open in Rome, and a live stream is available for all matches.
The 79th edition of the event on the ATP Tour sees a host of top players competing from May 8-15 at the Foro Italico.
The Italian Open is classified as an ATP Tour Masters 1000 event and a non-mandatory WTA event with lucrative prize funds of €6.7 million on offer.
Rafael Nadal is the reigning Men’s Singles champion, while Iga Swiatek is the defending Women’s Singles champion.
Novak Djokovic is the number one seed in the men’s draw as he bids to claim this title for the sixth time, while ‘king of clay’ Rafa Nadal is eyeing a staggering 11th crown.
Other star names in action include Alexander Zverev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Casper Ruud and Félix Auger-Aliassime.
Paula Badosa, Aryna Sabalenka, Maria Sakkari, Danielle Collins, and US Open champion Emma Raducanu are among the notable competitors in the women’s draw.
All matches are available to watch live on laptop, mobile or tablet devices for users in various regions worldwide.
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How to watch Italian Open live stream
1) Go to Bet365 via this special link
2) Register an account, place a £10 first bet and get £50 in Free Bets* (18+ only, T&Cs apply)
3) Once registered, go to the sports homepage and select ‘Tennis’ from the left-hand menu
4) Select the play icon next to the match in progress and the stream window will appear
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