Djokovic will return to court for the second time in one day to face Milos Raonic in the last eight.
The Serbian was forced to continue his third-round tie with Grigor Dimitrov this evening after rain halted played during the third set last night.
Once the action got back underway, both players held serve until Djokovic saw out the victory by holding onto the break he earned just before the postponement.
But he will only have around two hours before he is called back to Centre Court in Cincinnati as is due to play Raonic immediately after Roger Federer vs Leonardo Mayer, which is expected to conclude around 8.30pm (BST).
Novak Djokovic vs Milos Raonic TV channel
Amazon Prime are going to be a major disruptor in the world of tennis broadcast rights when they take over the lion’s share of ATP events from next season.
They bid around £10million a year for the privilege, outstripping Sky who paid £8million a year for the deal which expires this year.
In 2019, tech giants Amazon will exclusively show 38 ATP events including all 1000 level events like the Cincinnati Masters and have also taken the rights to the US Open.
However, this year’s Western and Southern Open, to use its officially sponsored name, will still be on Sky with coverage on both Sky Sports Arena and often on Sky Sports Main Event.
But Djokovic and Raonic’s clash will be shown on Sky Sports Arena this evening at around 8.30pm (BST).
Novak Djokovic vs Milos Raonic live stream
Sky subscribers can stream the action online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app.
This means that all the tennis can be followed on your desktop or laptop via the Sky Go app, which if you’re an existing customer, is also available on iOS and Android smartphone and tablet devices.
Sky Go is also available on a number of platforms including Amazon Fire devices, iPad, Mac computers and laptops, Playstation 3, PS4 and Xbox One.
The Sky Sports app, available to download on iOS and Android devices, will also be providing live text coverage and updates.
If you’re not currently a Sky Sports customer but can’t stand to miss out on the action, you can add the channels to your box via a NOW TV subscription.
Day passes, which let you add Sky Sports channels for 24 hours, start at £7.99 a day, with a weekly pass starting from £12.99, and no locking in to a contract.
NOW TV doesn’t even require a typical television to use, as it is also available on a NOW TV Box, Chromecast, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Roku, LG Smart TV, PC or Mac, and selected mobile and tablet devices.