Berrettini v Norrie live stream and preview | 2021 Queen’s Club Cinch Championships Final

Matteo Berrettini will be looking to lift the trophy on his debut at the 2021 Queen’s Club Championships when he faces Cameron Norrie in the final from 1.30pm BST on Sunday.

Berrettini has been impeccable this week, having won all four matches at the 2021 Queen’s Club Championships in four straights. During this run, Matteo has already defeated two Brits in the shape of Andy Murray and Dan Evans. Berrettini has won four of his six finals in tour-level events, with one of these wins coming on the grass in Stuttgart 2019.

Norrie, on the other hand, has been in excellent shape over the past year. Norrie has dropped just one set here in London, which was against Ramos in the opening round, but he got better and better since then and managed an excellent 2-0 win over Shapovalov in the Semi-Finals. Cameron had won only eight matches on the grass in his career before the start of this tournament, but he is now seeking for his maiden title on the main tour.

Both players are in fine shape at the moment and we expect a close contest with Over 22.5 Games at odds of 4/5 with Bet365.

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Matteo Berrettini is on a hunt for his maiden ATP 500 title when he takes on Alex De Minaur in the Queen’s Club Championship semifinals today at 13.00pm (UK Time).

Matteo Berrettini looked sharp in his first three matches on the grass surface, beating the likes of Travaglia, Andy Murray, and Evans in straight sets. The Italian holds a record of  7 wins and 5 defeats in the semifinal of tour-level events and he has won the previous three of those. Back in 2019, Berrettini won 11 of his 13 matches on the grass surface and lifted the trophy in Stuttgart.

Meanwhile, Alex De Minaur had to fight hard for his place in the semifinals here in London. He has already dropped two sets in his three matches, against Djere in the opening round and Marin Cilic in the quarterfinals. The Australian has won nine semifinals in his 12 attempts on the main tour so far in his career, and this will be his first semifinal on the grass.

Both players are in good shape at the moment so we expect a close contest with Over 22.5 Games at the price of 8/11 with Bet365.

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Matteo Berrettini remained on course to win the Cinch Championships at his first attempt after beating Dan Evans in straight sets, despite rain delaying the quarter-final showdown by nearly four hours at Queen’s Club.

Indeed, the poor weather conditions meant the eight remaining players in the men’s singles draw were forced to wait until 4.30pm BST for day five’s action to commence.

However, the imposed delay did little to affect the concentration of Berrettini or Evans, while the patient spectators were not disappointed as they served up a thoroughly entertaining opening set.

But despite British number one Evans rescuing eight break points to ensure it remained on serve and eventually forcing a tie-break, Berrettini held his nerve to prevail 7-5.

The top seed, who overcame five-time champion Andy Murray in round two, is targeting only his second ATP title on grass, having last tasted triumph on this surface at the 2019 Stuttgart Open.

Meanwhile, Evans was searching for his first career semi-final appearance on grass, but he faced an even greater uphill battle after Berrettini broke to love in game eight of the second set.

And the Italian needed no second invitation to get the job done as he successfully served out victory in the next game; hitting his 13th ace of the match along the way.

His reward is a showdown with fourth seed Alex de Minaur, who recovered from a set down to beat two-time champion Marin Cilic 3-6 6-3 6-4.

Winner of the recent Stuttgart Open, Cilic arrived in the contest having won each of his last seven on grass.

The former world number three – champion here in 2012 and 2018 – made the ideal start by controlling the opening set.

But seeking his first semi-final appearance on this surface, four-time ATP winner De Minaur hit back to level and set up a decider, in which he broke to love in game three on the way to completing the turnaround.

Elsewhere, Cameron Norrie came out on top in the battle of the Brits; seeing off wildcard Jack Draper in straight sets (6-3 6-3).

A couple of early breaks in both sets swung the contest in favour of Norrie, who will play the winner of the last remaining quarter-final between Denis Shapovalov and Frances Tiafoe.

That will conclude on Saturday after play was suspended due to bad light with second seed Shapovalov having just taken the opening set 6-3.

Matteo Berrettini will take on Andy Murray in the Second Round of the Queen’s Club Cinch Championships from 1.30pm BST on Thursday.

Berrettini began his adventure on the grass season with a 2-0 victory over his compatriot Stefano Travaglia in the opening round of the ATP Queen’s Club Championship. It has to be mentioned that Berrettini played three matches on grass at the beginning of the year in Antalya where he managed to reach the Quarter-Finals. He did well to win the Stuttgart Open back in 2019 and also to reach the semifinals in Halle.

Murray made a promising comeback to the Tour by defeating Benoit Paire in straight sets in the opening round here at Queen’s. He got a bit emotional after playing his first competitive match on grass since 2018. He is now facing a tough task as Berrettini has been an impressive player over the past two years, but still, Murray has been one of the best performers on the grass over the past ten years.

We expect a close contest here so our prediction is Over 22.5 games at odds of 8/11 with Bet365.

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Marin Cilic will be eyeing a 7th consecutive win on the grass when he meets Fabio Fognini in the Round of 16 of the 2021 Queen’s Club Championship.

After a poor season on clay, Cilic began his grass swing in style by winning the title in Stuttgart. The Croat hasn’t dropped a single set in Stuttgart although he faced some decent opponents in the shape of Shapovalov and Auger-Aliassime. He kicked off his ATP Queen’s Club campaign with a 2-1 victory over Sebastian Ofner, but he needed a tie-breaker in the decisive set in order to clinch the match. Cilic has won the title here in London back in 2018 following a great win in the final over Novak Djokovic. However, he lost against Diego Schwartzman in the second round last year.

Fognini, on the other hand, was knocked out in the third round of the French Open 2021 by Federico Delbonis a fortnight ago, but started his grass wing with a 2-0 win over Lu Y.H. The Italian had played two matches on grass in Antalya at the beginning of the year but he lost in the 2nd round at the hands of Chardy. Fognini has only competed in Wimbledon and played exhibition matches on grass over the past few years, so it will be interesting to see if he can challenge Cilic here.

Cilic is the better player here and a 2-0 victory for him at the price of 8/11 with Bet365 looks tasty.

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Andy Murray will begin his 2021 Queen’s Club Championship campaign with a clash with Benoit Paire from 3pm BST on Tuesday.

Paire’s form over the past two years has been terrible. The French ace has lost 13 of his last 15 matches on both clay and hard surfaces. Actually, he managed to win only three of his last 25 matches. When it comes to grass surface, Paire managed to reach the round of 16 in 2019 where he lost in straight sets against Roberto Bautista-Agut.

Meanwhile, Murray stayed out of action for many months due to an injury and began his 2021 season in a Challenger event in Biella where he lost in the final against Marchenko. Then, he tried his luck in Montpellier and Rotterdam, but couldn’t progress in the third round of any of these tournaments. However, it has to be said that the former British number one has been one of the best performers on grass over the last decade. He has won 105 matches on this surface while losing just 30 in the process.

Five-time champion Murray has won more singles titles than any other player in the history of the ATP at Queen’s Club, with his most recent triumph coming in 2016.

Both players have struggled lately, but we fancy Andy Murray to win here at the price of 1/2 with Bet365.

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The grass court season commences at the Cinch Championships at Queen’s Club, and a live stream is available for multiple matches.

The 118th edition of the event is part of the ATP Tour 500 series and will take place at the Queen’s Club in London from June 14-20.

The star-studded tournament features eight seeds and a series of qualifiers and wildcards competing for a prize fund of €1,290,000.

For most, the Cinch Championships will provide a final opportunity to fine-tune preparations for Wimbledon in a fortnight’s time.

Spain’s Feliciano Lopez is the defending champion from when the event was last held in 2019.

Matteo Berrettini, Denis Shapovalov, Jannik Sinner and Dan Evans are among the seeds, while five-time champion Andy Murray makes his return to competitive singles action for the first time since March following injury.

Murray has won more singles titles than any other player in the history of Queen’s Club, with his most recent triumph coming in 2016.

Selected matches are available to watch live on desktop, mobile or tablet devices in the UK and various other regions worldwide.

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