LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 16: Cameron Norrie of Great Britain celebrates match point during his Round of 16 match against Aslan Karatsev of Russia during Day 3 of The cinch Championships at The Queen's Club on June 16, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by Paul Harding/Getty Images for LTA)

Tennis | ATP Atlanta | Norrie set for Kyrgios showdown in Atlanta after maiden title win

  • Cameron Norrie [3] v Nick Kyrgios
  • H2H: tied at 1-1
ATLANTA, USA – After winning his maiden ATP title in Los Cabos, Cameron Norrie will have a big first test in Atlanta when he takes on Nick Kyrgios.


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H2H & Match Fundamentals

Cameron Norrie [3] v Nick Kyrgios  

H2H: Tied at 1-1

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After winning his maiden ATP title in Los Cabos, Cameron Norrie looks to continue his momentum as he is set for a blockbuster clash with the charismatic Nick Kyrgios.


Tale of the Tape – Key Stats (2021 – Hard )

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Cameron Norrie (WR 29)

Nick Kyrgios (WR 58)

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Norrie will need to have high concentration levels and be as clinical as he has been this season in order to break down the tough serve of the Australian.


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Playing styles and prediction

Kyrgios is playing only his fourth ATP tour event since the COVID-19 pandemic having chosen home comforts over ranking points. But since his return Kyrgios has shown the type of form that makes him a threat against anyone. A retirement against Felix Auger-Aliassime at Wimbledon though raised doubts about the Australian’s physical fitness and endurance levels.

Norrie will have to expect the unexpected because as Kevin Anderson found out, the Australian is capable of pretty much everything. Kyrgios’s serve will be effective on this court surface but once the rallies get longer, the Brit will be the heavy favourite. It will all depend on how often the third seed will be allowed to extend the rallies and play his confident, free-flowing tennis that has seen him rise as far as he has this season. This match could go the distance and will be a test of both players’ hard court credentials.

Prediction: Norrie in three sets.


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