WATCH: Olympics Men’s Tennis Singles Gold Medal Match Live Stream: How To Watch Online

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Juan Del Potro faces Andy Murray for the gold medal

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Juan Martín Del Potro’s miracle run in the Olympics men’s singles tennis tournament continues today and the Argentine has a chance to win the gold medal. But standing between Del Potro and that gold is the world’s number 2 ranked player- Great Britain’s Andy Murray.

Del Potro burst onto the scene by winning the 2009 US Open at age 20. But the powerful server’s career has been plagued by injuries and the man who was once number 4 in the world is currently ranked 141st.

At the London Olympics in 2012 Del Potro won the bronze medal in this competition and Murray took home the gold. Murray is riding high after winning Wimbledon in July.

You can watch this highly anticipated match on TV, your cell phone, and streaming on your computer. Here’s how to do that.


Men’s Tennis Singles Gold Medal Match Viewing Details

Where: Olympic Tennis Centre | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Date: Sunday, August 14th, 2016
Time: 2:30 PM EST
TV Channel: Bravo



How To Stream Women’s The Tennis Singles Gold Medal Match On Your Mobile Device

The gold medal match is going to be aired on Bravo as soon as the preceding matches end, and NBC will also be providing a live stream. You can expect it to start around 2:30 p.m. EST.  Your best bet for a quality stream is going to be via the NBC Sports app, which has been live streaming events throughout the Olympics.

The only downside to the free app is that it requires a cable subscription log-in.  If you have one, the NBC Sports app works great for both mobile phones and tablets.

Download NBC Sports for iTunes Store | Google Play Store


How To Stream Women’s Tennis Singles Gold Medal Match On Your Computer

Similar to our suggestion for watching other events, head to NBC’s Olympic site for the official coverage of the games. NBCOlympics.com is the official provider of online streams and NBCOlympics will even provide viewers with a free 30-minute preview for first-time users.

You can live stream the match at NBCOlympics.com


Andy Murray will try to win another Olympic gold today in Rio

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