Tennis at Tokyo Olympics 2020: Naomi Osaka vs Marketa Vondrousova LIVE stream: When, Where, and How to Watch

Find out about the Naomi Osaka vs Marketa Vondrousova LIVE stream and broadcasting details for their 3rd round match at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 scheduled on 27th July.

Naomi Osaka and Marketa Vondrousova
Naomi Osaka and Marketa Vondrousova

In the third round clash of the Women’s Singles in tennis at the Tokyo Olympics 2020, World No. 2 Naomi Osaka will take on Czech tennis sensation Marketa Vondrousova.

Osaka has been truly sensational at the Olympics. Despite missing out on a lot of action after her withdrawal from the French Open midway, the Japanese tennis star has maintained her tremendous run of form. She absolutely thrashed her opponents in both the encounters she has played thus far in Tokyo.

Match Timings

  • Japan – 11:00 AM
  • Delhi – 7:30 AM
  • New York – 10:00 AM
  • London – 3:00 AM
  • Melbourne- 12:00 PM
  • Brazil – 11:00 AM

Naomi Osaka vs Marketa Vondrousova LIVE stream and Broadcasters details

Naomi Osaka
Naomi Osaka

After winning her first round without much hassle, Osaka defeated Viktorija Golubic in straight sets. Golubic looked absolutely clueless in front of the Japanese tennis star. On the other hand, Marketa Vondrousova hasn’t played too badly either.

Although she had to fight hard against Kiki Bertens in her first round, she completely bamboozled Mihaela Buzărnescu in her second round in straight sets. The odds are in favor of Osaka to emerge victoriously, but the way Marketa has played till now suggests that she will not go down without putting a fierce fight.

COUNTRYOFFICIAL BROADCASTER
UKEurosport, Discovery +
AustraliaChannel Seven
USANBC, Olympic Channel
CanadaBell Media, CBC/Radio-Canada, Sportsnet, TLN
Middle EastbeIN Sports
BrazilBand Sports, TV Globo
AfricaSuperSport
Latin AmericaAMCO
IndiaSony Sports Network
ChinaCCTV, Migu
South-East AsiaSony Sports Network
JapanJapan Consortium
New ZealandSky NZ

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