The Mubadala World Tennis Championship is well underway for its 10th edition, that takes place between 28 – 30 December 2017, with Novak Djokovic returning to action for the first time since Wimbledon against Roberto Bautista Agut.
Djokovic received a bye into the semi-final and will face the Spanish world No. 20, who beat talented youngster Andrey Rublev 7-5 6-2 on Thursday.
In the other last-four tie, Dominic Thiem, who also received a bye, will face this year’s US Open finalist Kevin Anderson after he defeated Pablo Carreno Busta.
The tournament takes place in Abu Dhabi as players compete for a $250,000 (£187,000) prize. Last season, world number one Rafael Nadal defeated Belgium’s David Goffin in straight sets 6-4, 7-6 (7-5) to retain his title.
However, this time around, the focus will be on the return of 12-time Grand Slam champion Djokovic,
The 2017 edition will also see female players competing for the first time, as 23-time Grand Slam winner Serena Williams – making her first public appearance on a tennis court since pregnancy – will face current French Open Champion Jelena Ostapenko on Day 3.
What TV channel is showing Novak Djokovic vs Roberto Bautista Agut?
The Mubadala WTC will be shown live on TV in the UK by Eurosport.
Coverage is on Friday 29 December and Saturday 30 December.
Djokovic and Bautista Agut are scheduled to be on court at 7pm local time (4pm GMT).
Eurosport 2 is available to subscribers via Sky channel 443/411 (HD).
Where can I stream the Mubadala World Tennis Championship live stream online?
Sky Sports subscribers with the Eurosport package are able to watch the action on the Sky Go app, available on online on laptop, desktop or through the mobile and tablet versions.
Customers without a Sky Sports subscription can still buy accesses the Eurosport Player, with a day pass costing £4.99 or an annual pass for just £29.99.
What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)
Novak Djokovic – 4/7
Roberto Bautista – 5/2
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