Watch 2014 ATP BNP Paribas Open Men’s Finals

Top ranked Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are set to clash Sunday afternoon in Indian Wells, CA for the 33rd time in each respective player’s illustrious career.

Following the WTA BNP Paribas Open Women’s Finals between Agnieszka Radwanska (2) and Flavia Pennetta (20), Federer vs Djokovic will commence in Stadium 1 in what should be a fantastic tennis match. These two have six titles between them in what is a rematch of the Dubai Finals a month ago.

In the Dubai meeting a month ago, Federer came out on top to end a four-match losing streak against Djokovic that pushed him into the number one seed. Djokovic is the third seed in the Paribas Open and would love nothing more than to keep Federer from winning what would be the biggest title in some time.

In the semifinals, Djokovic beat John Isner in a grueling match 7-5, 6-7 (2), 6-1 to avenge a three set loss back in 2012. The key for Djokovic was winning two tiebreakers after sluggish games, and eventually wearing down Isner to run away with the third and final set.

Federer faced Ukranian Alexandr Dolgopolov in the semifinals, a player whom had never reached this far in a tournament before. Dolgopolov’s inexperience showed as Federer cruised to a 6-3, 6-1 win to set up the big finals match against Djokovic.

2014 ATP BNP Paribas Open Men’s Finals Federer vs Djokovic match will begin after the Radwanska vs Pennetta Women’s Finals. That match has a start time of 3pm EST / 12pm PST.

You can watch the BNP Paribas Open Men’s Finals on TV on ESPN2 at a start time that will likely fall around 2pm EST. Check your local listings if your cable or satellite package has ESPN2 to watch the Men’s Tennis Finals HD on your TV.

2014 ATP BNP Paribas Open Men’s Finals free live online streaming is available to ESPN2 subscribers. To watch the Men’s Finals online streaming or the Women’s Finals online streaming, simply visit the watch ESPN website ESPN3 here or use the Watch ESPN app on phones, computers, laptops, Xbox 360 or other devices.

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