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Britain’s number one Cameron Norrie will take on Andrey Rublev in the Fourth Round of the 2022 US Open on Monday.

Norrie finally progressed to the Last 16 of the US Open for the first time in six attempts, and the Brit has done it in style this time without dropping a single set in the first three rounds, brushing aside Benoit Paire, Joao Sousa, and Holger Rune.

This is probably the best season in Norrie’s career to date as he has won 42 matches and lost just 19. During this run, he has picked up two ATP 250 titles in Delray Beach and Lyon and has also finished runner-up to Daniil Medvedev in Los Cabos and runner-up to Rafael Nadal at the Mexican Open.

Head-to-head, Norrie lost the first match against Rublev two years ago in St. Petersburg but got his revenge last year at San Diego.

Rublev was already tested twice at the US Open last week as he played two five-setters against Laslo Djere in the first round and Denis Shapovalov in the third round. His only clean victory was against Kwon Soon-Woo in the Second Round – when he dropped just seven games.

Rublev is a two-time former US Open quarter-finalist, although last year in New York he succumbed to Frances Tiafoe in the Third Round.

The Russian holds a record of six wins and just one defeat against left-handed players this year.

We expect a close contest here, so our prediction is Over 37.5 Games at odds of 8/11 with Bet365.

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Cameron Norrie and Holger Rune will go toe-to-toe for the third time this season in the Third Round of the US Open on Saturday.

Norrie has been in excellent shape recently, having won 11 of his last 14 matches on hard courts. The Brit reached the finals in Los Cabos a month ago and then made a Semi-Final appearance at the Cincinnati Masters a fortnight ago.

This week in New York he has dispatched the likes of Benoît Paire and Joao Sousa and is now just one win away from registering his best result at the US Open. A couple of months ago, Norrie made a maiden Grand Slam Semi-Final appearance at Wimbledon and is looking to push on at Flushing Meadows.

Rune, meanwhile, has endured an awful run of results over the past few months. Prior to the US Open, Rune has lost 10 of his 12 matches across all surfaces.

The Dane began his US Open 2022 adventure with a straight-set victory over Peter Gojowczyk and then got a free pass after John Isner withdrew in the second round.

Overall, Rune has had a decent year by lifting his maiden ATP title in Munich and reaching the quarterfinals at the French Open a couple of months ago.

Our best tip for this clash is Over 3.5 Sets at odds of 7/10 with Bet365.

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Novak Djokovic is through to his eighth Wimbledon final after coming from behind to defeat home favourite Cameron Norrie 2-6 6-3 6-2 6-4.

The six-time champion hit 13 aces and 38 as he ended the hopes of the British number one to set up a showdown with Nick Kyrgios in the Championship match.

Djokovic is through to a record-breaking 32nd Grand Slam showpiece – surpassing Roger Federer for the highest tally in men’s singles history – and is also the third male to do so at SW19 after turning 35.

The Serbian, who did not face a single break point after the opening set, also extended his winning streak at the All England Club to 27 matches, while becoming only the sixth male to reach four successive finals.

“I didn’t start off well; [Cameron] was the better player for the first set,” he told BBC Sport.

“You’re a bit tighter at the beginning of the match and not swinging through the ball as smoothly as you would like to. Cameron was dominating the play.

“I felt like I got lucky in the second set to break his serve at 4-3; he gifted me that game and since then, I felt like momentum shifted.

“In the past, I’ve had many semi-finals in Grand Slams, but it’s never easy walking out on the court. You have a lot of pressure and expectations from yourself and others as well.

“Cameron didn’t have much to lose; he’s playing probably the tournament of his life. Playing at home is never easy, but I wish him all the best. He’s a great player and I have a lot of respect for him.”

Although appearing in his 43rd Grand Slam semi-final, Djokovic looked nervous early on – three unforced errors saw Norrie break in the opening game.

The Serbian responded immediately before holding for 2-1, but the British number one reeled off the next five games to draw first blood after 31 minutes to the delight of the Centre Court crowd.

Despite the slow start, this was no time for Djokovic to panic. Indeed, he had prevailed from 11 of his 13 previous Slam matches when losing the opening set.

And the top seed responded in style; dropping just three points on serve and pouncing on a couple of unforced errors from Norrie to break in game eight and subsequently level.

The pendulum swung firmly in favour of Djokovic, who broke twice in his opponent’s next three service games to dominate the third set and move one away from a fourth straight final.

Only the fourth British male semi-finalist in the Open Era – after Roger Taylor, Tim Henman and Andy Murray – Norrie’s frustration was evident as he was broken again at the start of the fourth.

Though the ninth seed held thereon – notably saving four break points in the fifth game – there was little he could do to thwart Djokovic’s dominance on serve.

Overall, the 20-time major champion won 47 out of 57 points on first serve (82 per cent), and 26 out of 32 net points (81 per cent) as he booked a mouth-watering date with Kyrgios.

The fiery Australian, who received a walkover to his first Grand Slam final following the withdrawal of Rafael Nadal through injury, has prevailed in each of his two previous meetings with Djokovic.

And the Serb is expecting to passions to run high at both ends of the court when the pair lock horns in Sunday’s showpiece.

“One thing is for sure, there’s going to be a lot of fireworks emotionally from both of us,” he added.

“It’s going to be [Kyrgios’] first Grand Slam final; he’s obviously very excited and he doesn’t have much to lose.

“We haven’t played for some time. I’ve never won a set off him, so hopefully it can be different this time.

“It’s another final for me here in Wimbledon at the tournament I love so much, so hopefully the experience can work in my favour.”

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Defending champion Novak Djokovic faces home favourite Cameron Norrie in the Semi-Finals of Wimbledon 2022 on Friday.

The Semi-Final tie is tantalisingly set up with Britain’s number one clashing with the number one seed on Centre Court for the right to remain on course for the ultimate grass court prize.

Norrie has enjoyed a truly spectacular tournament and is now within touching distance of following in the footsteps of compatriot Andy Murray. It is hard to imagine a tougher test for the 26-year-old, though, and the odds are heavily stacked against him in an encounter against the man with six Wimbledon titles to his name.

Norrie has come through some big tests during the tournament, none bigger than his epic five-set win over David Goffin, which saw him fight back from a set down twice before pushing through to claim the victory. He looked tired at points during his Quarter-Final win, though, and seemed to be running on adrenaline and the backing from the crowd during the final set.

Djokovic has not been at his imperious best during the tournament, dropping sets to Soonwoo Kwon and Tim Van Rijthoven before finding himself two sets down to Jannik Sinner in the Quarter-Finals. He was able to fight back to claim the win, but it was far from an easy victory for the 35-year-old and he showed some weaknesses against the number ten seed.

It is sure to be an enthralling match, even though Norrie will have the crowd firmly behind him, it could prove to be a bridge too far for the Brit. Djokovic is not the all-conquering powerhouse he once was, however, and Norrie could well end up taking a set and making life uncomfortable for his opponent before succumbing to his ability.

Djokovic won their only previous meeting to date in successive sets at the 2021 Nitto ATP Finals in Italy.

Australian star Nick Kyrgios awaits the winner in Sunday’s final, having received a Semi-Final walkover due to the withdrawal of Rafael Nadal through injury.

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David Goffin and home favourite Cameron Norrie will square off in the Quarter-Finals of Wimbledon 2022 on Tuesday.

Goffin had two comfortable wins against Radu Albot and Sebastian Baez in the first two rounds at Wimbledon, but his adventure got tougher as the tournament progressed.

The Belgian needed a four-set comeback effort against Ugo Humbert in the Third Round before being taken to the distance by Frances Tiafoe in the round of 16.

Goffin has lost his previous three quarterfinal matches in Grand Slams. Actually, the most recent of those defeats came here at Wimbledon back in 2019 when he was smashed by Novak Djokovic in straight sets.

Overall, Goffin has played 38th Grand Slams in his career, but he has never reached the Semi-Finals in all these attempts.

Meanwhile, Norrie is yet to drop a set at Wimbledon this fortnight after beating the likes of Andujar-Alba, Munar, Johnson, and Paul.

The Brit has won four titles since the start of the 2021 season, including a Masters title at Indian Wells.

Norrie is the first player from the UK other than Andy Murray to reach this stage at Wimbledon since Tim Henman did the same back in 2004.

The only worrying thing for Norrie is that his record in the quarterfinals is still negative, having won just three of his seven matches at this stage.

Our prediction for this match is Over 37.5 Games at odds of 3/4 with Bet365.

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Cameron Norrie is challenging for a maiden Grand Slam title at Wimbledon – here are full details of his next match.

Norrie has emerged as Britain’s best hope of success at Wimbledon this year with a string of great performances leaving him within touching distance of a place in the final.

Norrie entered the tournament as seed number nine and has certainly lived up to the billing so far, winning three of his matches in straight sets.

His First Round victory over Pablo Andujar-Alba was almost academic but he had to work harder against Jaume Munar- who pushed him all the way in a five set thriller.

His reward for that win was a third round match against America’s Steve Johnson, a match he won with ease, dropping just five games in a straight set victory.

Norrie’s Fourth Round tie with Tommy Paul saw the Brit really show his class, resisting Paul’s attempts to turn the match around to come away with a 6-4, 7-5, 6-4 win.

The home favourite then twice recovered from a set behind to edge out Belgium’s David Goffin in an epic decider on Tuesday to move into his first Grand Slam Semi-Final.

The 26-year-old is now gearing up for the biggest match of his career to date against defending champion and top seed Novak Djokovic – who is now 26 matches unbeaten at SW19.

Norrie’s Semi-Final match will take place on Friday July 8 from 1.30pm BST and will be available watch live online via the link below.

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Rafael Nadal and Cameron Norrie will square off in the final of the 2022 Mexican Open in Acapulco on Sunday.

Nadal is having an amazing start to the season as he has won all his 15 matches on hard courts so far. The Spaniard started 2022 with a trophy in Melbourne Summer Set and followed that up with his 21st Grand Slam title at the Australian Open.

This week in Acapulco, Nadal has won all his matches in straight sets, including an impressive performance against Daniil Medvedev in the Semi-Finals.

ATP Acapulco has been one of Nadal’s most successful tournaments on hard courts on the main tour. He has won the tournament three times so far and holds a 3-1 record in championship matches.

The most impressive thing is that the Spaniard hasn’t dropped a single set in any of the 24 matches he has won in this tournament.

Meanwhile, Norrie extended his winning streak to eight matches after beating Stefanos Tsitsipas in straight sets in the semi-finals. He has dropped just two sets in the process and he has recently won the Delray Beach tournament.

The Brit has won two titles in 2021, at Los Cabos and Indian Wells, and also finished as runner-up in San Diego. He has converted just two of his six championship matches on the main tour.

Although Norrie is in excellent form at the moment, we don’t think he can stop Rafa to win his fourth title here in Acapulco. Our prediction is Under 21.5 Games at odds of 9/10 with Bet365.

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Cameron Norrie will be looking for his eighth victory in a row when he takes on Stefanos Tsitsipas in the Semi-Finals of the 2022 Mexican Open on Saturday.

World number four Tsitsipas looked more comfortable in the previous two rounds here in Acapulco after being tested by Laslo Djere in the opening round. In fact, the Greek ace has lost just eight games in his last two matches to reach his third Semi-Final of the season.

The last time when Tsitsipas has won three matches in a row without dropping a set was in Barcelona last April. His best performance here in Acapulco was in his debut campaign back in 2021 when he finished as runner-up to Alexander Zverev.

He will be looking to make amends this season and comes into this Semi-Final clash with a morale boost after the previous two rounds.

Meanwhile, last week’s Delray Beach Open winner Norrie has also had a pretty flawless run here in Acapulco this week. The Brit had a tough match against John Isner in the Second Round, but then demolished Gojowczyk in straight sets(6-1, 6-0) in the Quarter-Finals.

In terms of stats, Norrie’s only previous Semi-Final appearance here in Acapulco ended in a straight-set defeat against Zverev three years ago.

Both players are heading into this clash in good touch and the H2H between these two is tied, although the Greek has won the most recent encounter.

This should be a close contest, so our prediction is Over 22.5 Games at odds of 17/20 with Bet365.

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A battle of the Brits sees Cameron Norrie and Dan Evans go head-to-head in the Last 16 of the 2021 San Diego Open on Thursday.

The top two men’s British stars collide at the Barnes Stadium for what will be only their second competitive meeting to date.

World number 28 Norrie prevailed by three sets to one when they met in First Round of the Australian Open earlier this year, having only turned pro in 2017 – eleven years later than Evans.

Norrie has equalled his best performance in a Grand Slam on three occasions this season, reaching the Third Round of the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon.

He picked up his maiden ATP Tour title on hard court at the Los Cabos Open in Mexico in July and began his campaign here in San Diego with a straight sets win over Germany’s Dominik Koepfer.

Evans, meanwhile, overcame two-time Grand Slam finalist Kevin Anderson 7-6, 7-5 and has also enjoyed a fine season so far, recently reaching the Last 16 of the US Open.

Evans also claimed his first ATP title earlier this year at the Murray River Open in Melbourne and is enjoying a career-high ranking of 22.

The 31-year-old had previously never been ranked inside the world’s top 100 prior to 2021, but like Norrie, has made significant strides courtesy of his hard court performances.

We expect a close-run contest between these two in-form stars and are opting for over 22.5 total games at 10/11 with Bet365.

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Number three seed Cameron Norrie will take on the Australian Nick Kyrgios in the Round of 16 of the Atlanta Open 2021 on Thursday.

Norrie has enjoyed an excellent year so far and heads into this clash after lifting his first-ever ATP Tour title in Los Cabos just a couple of days ago. It has to be said that prior to this success, Norrie has lost four finals, including three this year. On hard courts, the British player has won eleven of his last 15 matches and he has dropped just one set in his most recent six clashes.

Kyrgios, meanwhile, looked incredibly strong against Kevin Anderson in the opening round of the Atlanta Open 2021 a day ago. The mercurial Aussie served 15 aces and won 86% of his first-serve points, but also entertained the crowd with his bag of tricks. Nick has won the Atlanta Open back in 2016, but he has failed to win any other title since 2019.

Krygios has won the previous meeting with Norrie in straight sets while dropping just four games. However, we expect a close contest this time with Over 23.5 Games at odds of 1/1 with Bet365.

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