World number 30 Cameron Norrie will be up against Sweden’s Elias Ymer in the second round of the 2021 Los Cabos Open on Wednesday, July 21. Get the live streaming options of this Cameron Norrie v Elias Ymer match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Cameron Norrie v Elias Ymer Head to Head
Two previous meetings have been held between these two players but both these matches came on the Challenger circuit. It’s 1-1 on head to head.
Norrie Returns after Wimbledon Campaign
It has been easily Norrie’s best season to date. Of the 45 main draw matches he has played in, Norrie has won 31 of them with just 14 losses punctuating his stay this season.
And it already includes three finals appearances and one semifinal to go with it. And it’s not just the fact he has gone the distance so many times it’s also about two other things here for Norrie – the kind of opponents he has taken down and his performances even when he hasn’t reached the later stages of a tournament.
At French Open, for instance, Norrie made the third round but it took Rafael Nadal to defeat him. Wimbledon had a similar story when he managed to take a set off Roger Federer in the third round before bowing out to his opponent’s magic.
What Norrie will now want to do is put up a better showing on hard court, the one surface on which he hasn’t made a final this season yet. He has a decent chance here.
Ymer Eases Past Ebden
Matt Ebden had gone into his opening round match against the 169th-ranked Ymer as a 3/5 favourite but it was the Swede who took out the Aussie in the end. That he did it in straight sets would fill him with some more confidence than his previous performances this year.
And on hard courts.
Before Ymer might have relatively done well on clay in his career, his overall record on hard court surfaces is a poor 9-24 on the ATP main circuit and 46-51 when one includes qualifiers, Challengers and Futures.
Which is why a one hour, 18 minute win over Ebden in which he broke his opponent six times should give Ymer some respite. Whether that would be enough against a player of the calibre of Norrie remains to be seen though.
Norrie v Ymer Prediction and Tip
Norrie’s only mini-challenge coming into this one is the lack of tennis since July 3 and none on hard court since the end of March. Once he has found his rhythm there should be no stopping him.