Here's the lowdown on how to view the Indian Wells 2012 men's semi-finals online, featuring Federer Vs. Nadal and Djokovic Vs. Isner.
When and Where: The men's semi-finals in the BNP Paribas Open get underway at Indian Wells from 2 p.m. ET. First up is Novak Djokovic Vs. John Isner, followed by Roger Federer Vs. Rafael Nadal. Both will be shown on ABC. Live streaming is available at the official tournament Web site.
You can also watch a live stream of the men's double's final, featuring Rafael Nadal & Marc Lopez vs. John Isner & Sam Querrey, from 7 p.m. ET on ESPN3. If you're in the U.K., you can watch a live stream of both men's semi-finals on SkyGo.
Preview: The first men's semi-final on Saturday sees world No. 1 Novak Djokovic take on big-serving John Isner. The American has huge motivation going into this match up with the opportunity to reach his first Masters Series final as well as knowing that if he beats Djokovic he will break into the world's top 10 for the first time.
Isner is certainly a man on the rise, this semi-final representing his second in succession at the prestigious Masters 1000 events, having reached the same stage in Paris at the end of last year.
Isner will have to perform considerably better than he did in the last round to trouble Djokivic, however. Though he claimed a three-set win over Giles Simon, for long periods he relied too heavily on his serve with his forehand faltering.
It is the day's second semi-final that really whets the appetite as the great rivalry between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal is renewed once more. Incredibly this is the 28th meeting between the pair. Nadal holds a significant advantage over Federer, with a 9-3 edge in Masters Series events and a 8-2 winning record in majors.
The most recent meeting between the two, who have won a combined 26 majors, was at this year's Australian Open, where Nadal prevailed in four sets.
Predictions: Isner can give any player problems if he is serving at his peak and backing it up at the net and with his forehand. But Djokovic is a phenomenal returner and that coupled with his defensive skills mean that the Serbian should get the win in two tight sets.
As for the other semi, Federer has been in tremendous form of late, losing only twice since last year's US Open. Although, one of those defeats was to his opponent on Saturday, Nadal.
The Spaniard only lost his first set of the tournament in his quarter-final win over David Nalbandian, while Federer triumphed in the last-eight with an impressive straight-sets victory over Juan Martin Del Potro.
It is extremely difficult to pick between the two at this stage and on this surface, but Nadal may just grab the victory in three sets.