Despite some of the bombs that Berrettini has been serving, Norrie comes up a little sharper this week, and has been more effective saving break points and converting his chances – so Berrettini will need more than a few free points on serve.
The Italian already has a grass title to his name having won Stuttgart in 2019, so he knows he has the game to work on the surface. He has yet to drop a set this week.
Norrie started a little slower. Dropping. Set to Albert Ramos-Vinolas at the start of the week but since then has grown in confidence and battled hard agannst Denis Shapovalov to book a sport in another final.
Norrie will have to use all his movement, but Berrettini does have great coverage for such a big unit.
This will be a highly entertaining fight, and there is a real chance for Norrie to become the first British champion since Andy Murray at Queen’s.
Prediction: Norrie in three sets.
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