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Craig Porter 12th Jan 2009 - 13:03

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Live tennis on betliveTV is back in full force and you can watch the ATP events from Sydney and Auckland this week live on your PC for free.

All you need to do to watch these tournaments, in the build up to next week's Australian Open, is come to William Hill and log in.

To make life even easier we've put a couple of bet bundles together, a treble on the live action from Auckland and a double on the two games in Sydney, featuring the favourites in the tennis matches we will be streaming live tonight - and we've added a little bit to the combined price to bring you even better value and bigger winnings.

ATP Auckland betliveTV enhanced treble

Kohlschreiber, Gulbis and Gicquel to win

Dominik Hrbaty has won three out of four times against Philipp Kohlschreiber but those were back before Hrbaty dropped out of the top 50 in 2007 and went into freefall. He's on his way back up since reaching an all-time low of 451 last October but is still a long way off being likely to beat Kohlschreiber - 220 ranking places would suggest that, at least.

Ernests Gulbis was beaten by Marcel Granollers when they last met and the stats suggest the two go into this game very much on a par - but the numbers can sometimes lie as Gulbis' quality should see him win this easily.

Marc Gicquel may not have won a singles game this year but, alongside Gael Monfils, lifted a trophy last week in Brisbane and ought to benefit from that going into tonight's game against Agustin Calleri.

ATP Sydney betliveTV enhanced double

Hewitt and Berdych both to win

Lleyton Hewitt's not played a game this year so far but it would be unwise to back against him on home soil against Julien Benneteau as he builds up to the Australian Open.

Chris Guccione's also Australian and reached the final of this tournament last year, beating tonight's opponent Tomas Berdych in the quarter finals on the way. Not this year though you would think. Tomas Berdych is 1/3 to win for a reason, and that's because he's 21 in the rankings which is 111 places ahead of the local boy.

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