schedule and where to watch the Masters 1000 in Rome on TV and live online

Rafael Nadal faces a new challenge in the Rome Masters 1000. The tennis player from Manacor has been displaying brilliant tennis in the tournament on his return to the circuit. In his first game he passed over Pablo Carreño with a double 6-1, while in the second he beat Serbian Dusan Lajovic 6-1, 6-3 in just over an hour to seal his ticket to the quarterfinals. where Diego Schwartzman will be measured.

The meeting will take place this Saturday in the last shift of the central court of the Foro Italico from 8:30 p.m.. Nadal will face his third game on his return to the courts in search of a place in the semifinals against a player who has won the nine times they have faced. It can be followed through Movistar +, which has the broadcasting rights of the tournament in Spain.

Rafael Nadal will seek to add a new victory against him Small Schwartzman that allows him to continue advancing round. Number two in the world wants to revalidate the title achieved in the last two editions of the tournament. He has already taken the first two steps after brilliantly beating both Pablo Carreño and Dusan Lajovic in their first two matches, both in straight sets and far superior to their rivals.

Again he will play at night again, as happened against the Serbian. In front you will have a Schwartzman than comes from surpassing the Polish Hubert Hurkacz in the round of 16 in three sets (3-6, 6-2 and 6-4), while in the first round he beat Australian John Millman in two sets by 6-4 and 7-6.

At what time and on which TV channel will the Nadal-Schwartzman be seen?

The quarterfinal clash between Rafael Nadal and Diego schwartzman is programmed in the last shift of the day on the central court of the Foro Italico, not before 8:30 p.m.. The battle for a place in the semifinals of the Masters 1000 in Rome can be seen through the Movistar Deportes channel, Movistar +, and on the OKDIARIO website where we will tell you live everything that happens.