Australian Open 2011: Day 11 TV Schedule, Live Streaming and What to Watch For
Australian Open 2011 is winding down and as we get into the semifinals, we're here to break it down and let you know what to watch for and where to watch it.
There are some great matches on tap for tonight and we're here to break each of them down and give you a preview of what's in store.
While the chance for the Rafa Slam may be gone after his quarterfinal exit, there's still plenty to get excited about.
Any thoughts or comments about tonight's slate of matches? Leave it in the comments.
Caroline Wozniacki vs. Na Li—9:30 pm EST on ESPN2/ESPN3.com
Kim Clijsters vs. Vera Zvonareva—Following Wozniack/Li on ESPN2/ESPN3.com
Roger Federer vs. Novak Djokovic—3:30 am EST on ESPN2/ESPN3.com
Caroline Wozniacki Vs. Na Li
Caroline Wozniacki is looking to win her first career Grand Slam and is two wins away from doing so.
Na Li is also looking for her first Grand Slam championship and if she does so, she will become the first Grand Slam winner from China.
That would be an amazing accomplishment, considering the types of players Li would have to go through.
Wozniacki struggled a bit in her last match, so let's see if she can get off to a better start this time around.
Kim Clijsters Vs. Vera Zvonareva
Here we have a matchup of the second and third seeds, and I like Kim Clijsters' chances, even if she's seeded lower in the draw.
Clijsters is playing great tennis right now. Even though Vera Zvonareva is playing excellent as well, I think that championship experience is something that's going to carry Clijsters into the final, where I think she'll meet Caroline Wozniacki.
That would be an amazing final match.
Roger Federer Vs. Novak Djokovic
With Rafael Nadal out, all eyes turn to Roger Federer.
Federer will be taking on Novak Djokovic in what is shaping up to be an excellent contest by two of the best players in the world.
In a different draw, this could be our final match, so we're in store for a treat in the semifinal.
Federer has been in a zone for most of the tournament and I think we're going to see him get to the final with some minor difficulty.
However, if Djokovic starts to get some points going, the tide of the match could turn and then things would get really interesting.
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