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