24 Hours of Daytona

24 Hours of Daytona ; All the teenagers are mostly racers because even in the road they race with huge traffic and get hit. The same way we also have racers who do it professionally, so it is time to view the race so that you follow it in the roads and reach your death bed soon. The international Motorsports association is holding the Motorsports in the early months of 2019. The Rolex 24 at Daytona is the 50th season that is being conducted by the IMSA and weatherTech Sportscar championship. The race is to be flagged yesterday, on Saturday at 2:55 PM as per European time and it is to touch the destiny at the same time today, on this Sunday.

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The Channel which telecasts the race without missing its ingredients is NBC sports which are doing the live streaming, and the competition is also aired on IMSA TV. The viewers can also opt to watch it in the NBC Sports app. There are so many other online streaming ways which you can use to watch the IMSA race today. And mainly you should not afford to miss the climax fight to touch the line first. You make choice of Firestick, Jio TV, Hotstar and also social media as it is guessed that it will also be telecasted in NBC sports page on Facebook.

Rolex 24 at Daytona Live Streaming 2019 Free Channels

Here is the list of channels to watch 24 Hours of Daytona free in HD quality from any parts of the World.

NBCN Sports

All the Rolex fans can glue to their television screens and watch all the live coverage of the Rolex 24 at NBCN Sports. They will be screening the Rolex 24 preview show at 1 p.m. ET, followed by a showdown from 2-5 p.m. and 9- midnight ET. Besides, their official channel, portions of the NBCN’s coverage can also be strea.m.ed online with the NBC Sports app. So, don’t worry if you are not at home, and still, need to watch your favorite Rolex 24 screening. Just browse through the NBNC app and catch all the action and updates live. So, gear up for all the excitement and have loads of fun.

IMSA.tv

The International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) will be screening all the live coverage on their official TV channel IMSA.tv. They will be providing the coverage of the entire race. Beginning Saturday at 2:25 p.m. ET and ending Sunday at 2:35 p.m. ET, the 2019 Rolex 24 at Daytona can be strea.m.ed online at IMSA.tv. Being associated with all the official marketing partners, it is going to be a house-full show. So, do not miss out even a glimpse of the fun.

FOX Sports

FOX Sports roll into this weekend’s 56th running of the iconic Rolex 24 at Daytona with a formidable lineup of their own. Also, Howe hosts the FOX Sports pre-race show, which is dedicated to the late racing legend Dan Gurney, who passed away earlier this month. A tribute penned and narrated by former racer and longtime FOX Sports analyst and essayist Sa.m. Posey will close the FOX broadcast portion of Rolex 24 at Daytona coverage. The FOX coverage for 27th Jan is from 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Green Flag drops at 2:40 p.m.), 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. FSGO: 10:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. and FS1: 11:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m. on Sunday.

Rolex 24 At Daytona

Rolex 24 At Daytona ; All the teenagers are mostly racers because even in the road they race with huge traffic and get hit. The same way we also have racers who do it professionally, so it is time to view the race so that you follow it in the roads and reach your death bed soon. The international Motorsports association is holding the Motorsports in the early months of 2019. The Rolex 24 at Daytona is the 50th season that is being conducted by the IMSA and weatherTech Sportscar championship. The race is to be flagged yesterday, on Saturday at 2:55 PM as per European time and it is to touch the destiny at the same time today, on this Sunday.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW

The Channel which telecasts the race without missing its ingredients is NBC sports which are doing the live streaming, and the competition is also aired on IMSA TV. The viewers can also opt to watch it in the NBC Sports app. There are so many other online streaming ways which you can use to watch the IMSA race today. And mainly you should not afford to miss the climax fight to touch the line first. You make choice of Firestick, Jio TV, Hotstar and also social media as it is guessed that it will also be telecasted in NBC sports page on Facebook.

Rolex 24 at Daytona Live Streaming 2019 Free Channels

Here is the list of channels to watch 24 Hours of Daytona free in HD quality from any parts of the World.

NBCN Sports

All the Rolex fans can glue to their television screens and watch all the live coverage of the Rolex 24 at NBCN Sports. They will be screening the Rolex 24 preview show at 1 p.m. ET, followed by a showdown from 2-5 p.m. and 9- midnight ET. Besides, their official channel, portions of the NBCN’s coverage can also be strea.m.ed online with the NBC Sports app. So, don’t worry if you are not at home, and still, need to watch your favorite Rolex 24 screening. Just browse through the NBNC app and catch all the action and updates live. So, gear up for all the excitement and have loads of fun.

IMSA.tv

The International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) will be screening all the live coverage on their official TV channel IMSA.tv. They will be providing the coverage of the entire race. Beginning Saturday at 2:25 p.m. ET and ending Sunday at 2:35 p.m. ET, the 2019 Rolex 24 at Daytona can be strea.m.ed online at IMSA.tv. Being associated with all the official marketing partners, it is going to be a house-full show. So, do not miss out even a glimpse of the fun.

FOX Sports

FOX Sports roll into this weekend’s 56th running of the iconic Rolex 24 at Daytona with a formidable lineup of their own. Also, Howe hosts the FOX Sports pre-race show, which is dedicated to the late racing legend Dan Gurney, who passed away earlier this month. A tribute penned and narrated by former racer and longtime FOX Sports analyst and essayist Sa.m. Posey will close the FOX broadcast portion of Rolex 24 at Daytona coverage. The FOX coverage for 27th Jan is from 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Green Flag drops at 2:40 p.m.), 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. FSGO: 10:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. and FS1: 11:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m. on Sunday.

Australian Open Mens final 2019

Australian Open Mens final 2019 ; Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal will write another chapter in their remarkable rivalry on Sunday, when the duo meet in the final of the 2019 Australian Open.

Australian Open Mens final 2019 Live

Djokovic, who is chasing a seventh success in this competition, was rampant in his semi-final against Lucas Pouille on Friday, as he coasted to a 6-0, 6-2, 6-2 win over the Frenchman.

A day earlier, Nadal was similarly clinical against rising star Stefanos Tsitsipas, as he won 6-2, 6-4, 6-0. The Spaniard, who is on the hunt for an 18th Grand Slam crown, has yet to drop a set in this tournament.

Here are the viewing details for the climax to the men’s event and a preview of what’s to come from one of the highlights of the sporting calendar.

After his excellent finish to the 2018 season, Djokovic has clearly carried momentum into this year. Ominously for Nadal, the 31-year-old appears to be getting better with every outing in Melbourne.

Against Pouille, there was never any real danger of him letting the match become anything other than a routine win. A 23-minute bagel in the opening set took the wind out of the 24-year-old’s sails and allowed the Serb to thrive.

While the nervy Frenchman did improve, Djokovic always had too much in the tank and appeared to have gears to go through as he saw out the semi with minimal fuss. It means he should be well-rested when it comes to Sunday’s showpiece.

As relayed by Jon Wertheim of Sports Illustrated, both Nadal and Djokovic have been ruthless in dealing with some young pretenders in these high-profile encounters:

Rough stretch for the night session…Nadal trounces Tiafoe….Nishikori retires after 54m against Djokovic…Nadal trounces Tsitisipas…Now Djokovic up 6-0, 4-1 on Pouille#AusOpen

Ben Rothenberg of the New York Times said the Serb took the racket out of his opponent’s hands with the standard of play he produced on Friday:

This match, to me, is far more about Novak Djokovic playing amazingly well (22 winners, 3 unforced errors) than Pouille falling short.

But either way, it’s completely uncompetitive–the third such men’s match in a row deep in this #AusOpen.

Waiting for him in Sunday’s final will be Nadal, who has put together an exemplary run to the final.

The Spaniard, 32, has yet to drop a set on his way to the showpiece and dealt with a potentially challenging semi-final against Tsitsipas with relative ease on Thursday. Nadal saw off the best the 20-year-old had to offer before stepping up his level in the final set.

As relayed by the ATP Media Info Twitter account, he’s been dominant in all of his matches so far, which bodes well for him ahead of the final:

Nadal is 6-0 in Grand Slam finals that he enters without dropping a set. He won 3 of those 6 finals in straight sets (2008, 2010, 2017 @RolandGarros).

Nadal is also seeking to join a select group of players who have won all four of the Grand Slam events on two occasions at least, the other two being Roy Emerson and Rod Laver.

The last time the Spaniard triumphed in this event Down Under was 10 years ago, when he beat Roger Federer in an epic five-set encounter. He lost a five-set final to Djokovic in 2012; at five hours and 53 minutes, it was the longest Grand Slam final in history.

Based on the ease with which he’s progressed through the rounds in 2019, not to mention the extra day of rest he’s been afforded, the Spaniard must be the narrow favourite to take glory. Djokovic will know what’s required to get the job done on this stage, though.

Djokovic vs Nadal

Djokovic vs Nadal :  will write another chapter in their remarkable rivalry on Sunday, when the duo meet in the final of the 2019 Australian Open. Djokovic, who is chasing a seventh success in this competition, was rampant in his semi-final against Lucas Pouille on Friday, as he coasted to a 6-0, 6-2, 6-2 win over the Frenchman.

Djokovic vs Nadal Live

A day earlier, Nadal was similarly clinical against rising star Stefanos Tsitsipas, as he won 6-2, 6-4, 6-0. The Spaniard, who is on the hunt for an 18th Grand Slam crown, has yet to drop a set in this tournament.

Here are the viewing details for the climax to the men’s event and a preview of what’s to come from one of the highlights of the sporting calendar.

After his excellent finish to the 2018 season, Djokovic has clearly carried momentum into this year. Ominously for Nadal, the 31-year-old appears to be getting better with every outing in Melbourne.

Against Pouille, there was never any real danger of him letting the match become anything other than a routine win. A 23-minute bagel in the opening set took the wind out of the 24-year-old’s sails and allowed the Serb to thrive.

While the nervy Frenchman did improve, Djokovic always had too much in the tank and appeared to have gears to go through as he saw out the semi with minimal fuss. It means he should be well-rested when it comes to Sunday’s showpiece.

As relayed by Jon Wertheim of Sports Illustrated, both Nadal and Djokovic have been ruthless in dealing with some young pretenders in these high-profile encounters:

Rough stretch for the night session…Nadal trounces Tiafoe….Nishikori retires after 54m against Djokovic…Nadal trounces Tsitisipas…Now Djokovic up 6-0, 4-1 on Pouille#AusOpen

Ben Rothenberg of the New York Times said the Serb took the racket out of his opponent’s hands with the standard of play he produced on Friday:

This match, to me, is far more about Novak Djokovic playing amazingly well (22 winners, 3 unforced errors) than Pouille falling short.

But either way, it’s completely uncompetitive–the third such men’s match in a row deep in this #AusOpen.

Waiting for him in Sunday’s final will be Nadal, who has put together an exemplary run to the final.

The Spaniard, 32, has yet to drop a set on his way to the showpiece and dealt with a potentially challenging semi-final against Tsitsipas with relative ease on Thursday. Nadal saw off the best the 20-year-old had to offer before stepping up his level in the final set.

As relayed by the ATP Media Info Twitter account, he’s been dominant in all of his matches so far, which bodes well for him ahead of the final:

Nadal is 6-0 in Grand Slam finals that he enters without dropping a set. He won 3 of those 6 finals in straight sets (2008, 2010, 2017 @RolandGarros).

Nadal is also seeking to join a select group of players who have won all four of the Grand Slam events on two occasions at least, the other two being Roy Emerson and Rod Laver.

The last time the Spaniard triumphed in this event Down Under was 10 years ago, when he beat Roger Federer in an epic five-set encounter. He lost a five-set final to Djokovic in 2012; at five hours and 53 minutes, it was the longest Grand Slam final in history.

Based on the ease with which he’s progressed through the rounds in 2019, not to mention the extra day of rest he’s been afforded, the Spaniard must be the narrow favourite to take glory. Djokovic will know what’s required to get the job done on this stage, though.