2022 Libema Open semi-finals: Where to watch, Preview, Matches, Live Streaming details

Medvedev will go up against French tennis player Adrian Mannarino and Auger-Aliassime will take on The Netherlands' Tim van Rijthoven.

Daniil Medvedev in a file photo. (Image: Twitter/ATP)

The 2022 Libema Open has reached its semi-final stage and the two top seeds in the competition are still in contention for the crown. Daniil Medvedev and Felix Auger-Aliassime recorded straight-set wins in their respective quarter-final matches and might face one another in the final of competition on Sunday. However, they must overcome two unseeded players in the semis and things might get interesting. Medvedev will go up against French tennis player Adrian Mannarino and Auger-Aliassime will take on The Netherlands’ Tim van Rijthoven. The Libema Open is one of the first tournaments of the grass season and both Medvedev and Auger-Aliassime will be looking for the perfect start.

Medvedev vs Ivashka (QF)

With a gutsy performance against Ilya Ivashka in the quarter-finals of the Libema Open on Friday, Daniil Medvedev took a step closer to celebrating his approaching return to World No. 1 with a trophy. The top seed was clinical in seizing his chances in a tight opening set and resolute in defence in the second to win the ATP 250 event in’s-Hertogenbosch 7-6(8), 6-4. Despite struggling to rediscover his free-flowing best against the World No. 41, Medvedev showed exceptional movement to frustrate his opponent and win in one hour and 51 minutes.

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Auger-Aliassime vs Khachanov (QF)

Felix Auger-Aliassime advanced to his third semi-final of the season at the Libema Open in’s-Hertogenbosch on Friday, defeating fifth seed Karen Khachanov 7-6(5), 6-4. The Canadian, who is making his ATP 250 grass-court debut, followed up his first-round victory against Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor with an aggressive display against Khachanov. After one hour and 49 minutes, the second seed blasted eight aces and broke twice to advance. Auger-Aliassime is presently 20-8 on grass, with finals appearances in Stuttgart in 2019 and 2021. After winning in Rotterdam in February, the World No. 9 is seeking to win his second title of the year this week.

Where to watch the 2022 Libema Open semi-finals

Here is a list of broadcasters covering the 2022 Libema Open semis.

  • US – Tennis Channel
  • UK – Amazon Prime Video
  • Australia – beIN Sports
  • Canada – TSN
  • India – Discovery/ Tennis TV

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