On Saturday, the Miami Open 2015 live stream and TV women’s finals take place with defending champion Serena Williams vs. Carla Suarez-Navarro. The two will meet up in Key Biscayne, Florida to determine this year’s champ. Will it be the reigning champion capturing yet another title, or will the underdog become 2015’s big Miami Masters winner? Live streaming online and televised coverage will allow fans to watch the story unfold.
The ESPN.com website reported on April 3 that Serena Williams was able to advance to this year’s finals with a tough match against No. 3 Simona Halep. Williams won 6-2, 4-6, 7-5 but definitely showed signs of “frustration and anguish” during the victory. Williams had an uncharacteristic 59 unforced errors in the matchup compared to just 28 for Halep, but Serena ultimately prevailed to return to the Miami Masters women’s finals.
She’ll face Carla Suarez-Navarro, someone who isn’t normally playing Serena at this stage of tournaments. Suarez-Navarro won her semifinals matchup over No. 9 Andrea Petkovic in much easier fashion it would see, with a 6-3, 6-3 win to advance. Her opponent had 32 unforced errors, which certainly helped in the win. With this victory, Suarez-Navarro will likely push into the women’s top 10 after putting in much work to improve her game.
All that said, the reigning champion will be the huge favorite in Saturday’s matchup, listed at -1055 on the moneyline. Carla Suarez-Navarro is a +678 underdog for any risk takers in tennis bets. There are also a variety of bets based on games won in their matchup. Also of note, Serena is the favorite to win next month’s French Open at +280, while Suarez-Navarro is listed as a +4000 underdog almost 10 spots below Williams.
Saturday’s Miami Open 2015 women’s final gets started at 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Live televised coverage is available on ESPN at that time for cable and satellite viewers. For live streaming online coverage, viewers will need to watch with WatchESPN/ESPN3 through their participating provider. There may also be live stream feed coverage through the TennisTV subscription service which gives a 24-hour membership as part of their subscriber plans.