Great Britain’s Cameron Norrie will square off against American Tennys Sandgren in the second round of the 2021 Indian Wells Open on Sunday, October 10. Get the live streaming options of this Cameron Norrie v Tennys Sandgren match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Cameron Norrie v Tennys Sandgren Head to Head
Norrie leads the head-to-head 4-3 across all levels. But it was Sandgren who emerged the victor in the 2019 Auckland final – the last meeting in their series.
Norrie Dazzles, But Loses San Diego Final
Cameron Norrie’s breathtaking 2021 season continued in San Diego this past week. The British No. 2 charged to his fourth final of the season, after scoring huge wins over Dan Evans, Denis Shapovalov, and top seed Andrey Rublev. Norrie, however, was outclassed in the championship match by the in-form Casper Ruud.
The World No. 26 shouldn’t be lacking any motivation ahead of his third straight appearance at the desert. By virtue of sitting at a career-high ranking of World No. 26, Norrie received a first-round bye, which means he has already eclipsed his previous two appearances at the desert without striking a ball (lost in the first round twice).
Norrie will seek to win his 42nd match win of the season when he takes on Tennessee’s finest Tennys Sandgren. The 26-year-old Norrie won his maiden ATP tour title in Los Cabos towards the end of July – an achievement that sealed his breakthrough year.
Norrie is still chasing compatriot Dan Evans in the race of becoming British No. 1. Norrie is well clear of Evans in the ATP Race – which counts points earned in the current season. But he is four spots behind the Yorkshire man in the world rankings
Sandgren Defeats Monteiro In Opener
Tennys Sandgren, like Norrie, is making his third appearance at the desert. Although the American only received direct entry into the main draw as a replacement for an injured higher-ranked player (Stan Wawrinka).
And Sandgren picked his second win in three visits on Thursday after beating Brazil’s Thiago Monteiro in straight sets. That was a welcome relief for the 30-year-old who has been in terrible form this year, and has since slipped outside the world’s top 100.
Sandregn had an easier time subduing the Brazilian lefty despite making a slow start. He recovered from losing his second service game, and broke Monteiro twice in quick succession towards the end of teh first set.
In the second set, a lone break early one was enough. The American consolidated throughout the second set and convertd, astonishgnly, his ninth match point to clinch the win.
Norrie v Sandgren Prediction and Tip
Norrie is a whopping 3/14 for the win, but we are backing the games market in this one given how close their rivalry has been.