World number 49 Cameron Norrie will take on Frenchman and the 125th-ranked Arthur Rinderknech in the quarterfinal of the 2021 Lyon Open on Monday, May 17. Get the live streaming options of this Cameron Norrie v Arthur Rinderknech match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Cameron Norrie v Arthur Rinderknech Head to Head
No previous matches have been played between Norrie and Rinderknech before this.
Norrie Routs Thiem to Make Quarters
In what was his second top-1o win and first against a player ranked in the top five, Norrie stormed to a straight-set victory over Dominic Thiem in the second round.
Thiem hasn’t quite been himself in recent times but has still managed to get a few results going his way. And Norrie, as a result, had gone into the match at 3/1 to win it, which he did 6-3, 6-2 to march into the last eight.
Norrie’s win was made more special by the fact he needed just an hour and six minutes, saw him break his opponent three times but at the same time had the Brit not face a single break-point on his own serve.
Such was Norrie’s dominance over Thiem in this match, he dropped just three points on his first serve in the entire match, while losing nine overall in the encounter.
And he now faces a player who has never seen better than the 124th rank before this week.
Challenger Rinderknech Stuns Sinner
Seven of the 10 tournament main draw appearances for Rinderknech came on the Challenger tour this season but for the second the Frenchman has reached as far as the quarterfinal of an ATP event this season.
The first, which came in Marseille, was on indoor hard courts, but this one on clay makes it even more special given Rinderknech’s recent results have all pointed to his solidity on indoor hard court surfaces.
What’s made this an even more surprising set of results is Rinderknech had come into the main draw as a lucky loser, losing a three-setter to Joao Sousa. Since then he has gotten past Mikael Ymer in his opener and then shocked Jannik Sinner.
Sinner was 2/15 to come through in that match, and those odds were shortened even further when he won the first set only for Rinderknech to carve out a shock result in three.
Norrie v Rinderknech Prediction and Tip
Norrie is 2/5 to win this one but with Rinderknech having done this well so far, it’s difficult to discount him. What’s interesting to note is Rinderknech has now played four successive three-setters, and it could well be a case of his fuel running out by now.