Tennis at Tokyo Olympics 2020: Sumit Nagal vs Denis Istomin LIVE stream: When, Where, and How to Watch

Find out about the Sumit Nagal vs Denis Istomin LIVE stream and broadcasting details for their 1st round match at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 scheduled on 24 July.

Sumit Nagal vs Denis Istomin LIVE Stream
Sumit Nagal vs Denis Istomin

In the first round clash of the Men’s Singles in tennis at the Tokyo Olympics 2020, Sumit Nagal and Denis Istomin will be playing against each other for the very first time in their careers.

Both the players are the sole representatives of their countries in the Singles event in tennis. While team India does have their team in the Women’s Doubles in the form of Sania Mirza and Ankita Raina, Istomin is the only tennis player in the entire Uzbekistan contingent in this year’s Olympics.

Match Timings

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

Sumit Nagal vs Denis Istomin LIVE stream and Broadcasters details

Sumit Nagal
Sumit Nagal

Denis Istomin last played at the ATP Mallorca Open failing to reach the main-draw of the tournament. He played two more Challenger tournaments before he travelled to Tokyo for the Olympics. Denis has played 4 matches on Hardcourts this season, winning 1 and losing 3 of them.

Sumit Nagal comes from a first round defeat at the ATP 500 Hamburg Open where he made it into the main-draw from winning his qualifying rounds. Sumit last played on Hardcourts in the 1st round of the 2021 Australian Open. Since then he has been playing in only Clay tournaments. Sumit is yet to win a match on Hardcourts this season.

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

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