Andy Murray will take on Cameron Norrie in the Battle of the Brits match for the third place. This match will begin at around 6.30 pm local time on Sunday, June 28 and you can find the Andy Murray v Cameron Norrie live streaming options along with its preview, head to head and tips here.
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Andy Murray v Cameron Norrie Head to Head
This is only the second time that the 129th-ranked Murray and 77th-ranked Norrie are facing off in an encounter. Murray leads 1-0 having beaten Norrie in three, gruelling sets in Beijing last year.
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Murray 2-2 in Battle of the Brits
It has been the case of so near, yet so far for Andy Murray. His two wins, against Liam Broady and James Ward were both straight-set victories and his twin-defeats were three-setters which could have gone either way.
For instance, in the semifinal against Dan Evans, Murray went off to a flier in the opening set, lost the second and had a solid lead in the match tie-breaker. And while Evans came back well and won the match, the signs look good for Murray.
Murray has already played four matches in five days in this competition, looked fit despite the lack of tennis following his Davis Cup engagements last year and a surgery and that can only hold him in a good stead. Not just for this match against Norrie but also for the two Grand Slams and other tournaments to come up later this year if things go well.
Norrie Misses His Chances
It could well have been Cameron Norrie who made the final at the Battle of the Brits. In the semis, he won the opening set in a tie-break and then in the match tie-breaker in the final set, Norrie had his chances to go past Kyle Edmund.
Unfortunately he went down 10-8 in the final set.
That being said, it’s been bit of a roller-coaster performance from Norrie. He had to struggle to get past Ryan Peniston in three sets, lost to Dan Evans in straight sets and then crushed Paul Jubb 6-0, 6-2 to make it to the semifinal.
While he went into the semifinal as the second favourite, Norrie showed what he is capable of and with a little more push, could have wrapped it up as well.
Andy Murray v Cameron Norrie Predictions & Tips
Murray starts off as a favourite with bet365 offering 1/2 but it might not be that straightforward we believe. The fact Murray has played so many matches already combined with the form Norrie has shown at times tells us this could go down to the third set.
Tip: Murray to win 2-1: 15/4 (Click here to get these odds with Unibet)