Novak Djokovic v Cameron Norrie Live Streaming, Prediction & Preview for ATP Finals 2021: Djokovic Seeks Perfect Record at Turin

Novak Djokovic v Cameron Norrie Live Streaming & Predictions

World number one and five-time Tour Finals winner Novak Djokovic plays Briton Cameron Norrie at the 2021 ATP Tour Finals in Turin on Friday, November 19. Get the live streaming options of this Novak Djokovic v Cameron Norrie match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.

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Novak Djokovic v Cameron Norrie Head to Head

This will be the first meeting between both players.

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Djokovic Books Semis Spot

World number one from Serbia, Novak Djokovic  arrived in Turin in search of a record equaling sixth ATP Tour Finals title that would tie him with Roger Federer.

It has been another phenomenal year for the Serb as he won the first three majors of the year and although he missed out on an Olympic gold and the US Open to top it up, he ended the year as the world number one for a record seventh time.

In his opener against first time entrant Casper Ruud, it was not an easy start for the Serb as Ruud broke early on and looked to consolidate thereafter. Although Djokovic broke back to equal the set, the young Norwegian kept the strong play going as the set headed for a tiebreak.  An early mini-break in the breaker ensured Djokovic had control of the tiebreak and there was no looking back from there for the world number one.

In his second match against Andrey Rublev ( who was coming off his win against Stefanos Tsitsipas), one expected a tougher fight for the Serb, but after being broken in his first service game, Djokovic broke right back and there was no looking back after.

A quickfire 6-3, 6-2 match sealed the semi final spot for the Serb who is already scheduled to play Alexander Zverev in the final four on Saturday.

Norrie Looking For Debut Turin Win

With the injury to Matteo Berrettini, first alternate Jannik Sinner filled in and pulled off a great win against Hubert Hurkacz, and with the recurring elbow issues for Stefanos Tsitsipas, Britain’s Cam Norrie fills in as a second replacement this week.

Briton Cameron Norrie has been in tremendous form this season, winning his maiden title in Los Cabos and finishing runner-up on four occasions, before clinching the all important Indian Wells Masters 1000 title, clearly the biggest achievement of his career.

He had a good start in his opener against Casper Ruud winning the first set 6-1, but some smart play by Ruud saw him clinch the next two with Norrie falling short when the match went the distance.

Regardless of how the tournament ends for Norrie, he will have more than overachieved for the year. However, a win against the world number would definitely be the icing on the cake for the British number one, no matter how far fetched that may be.

Djokovic v Norrie Prediction and Tip

The world number one starts as a strong favorite here and would like to go into the semis maintaining his unbeaten record this week.

Norrie on the other hand has had a breakthrough season and would like to do one better than his opener against Ruud, but it is unlikely to happen against the Serb.

Expect another straight sets Djokovic win here.

Tip: Djokovic to win in two sets : 8/13 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

The 2021 ATP Tour Finals will be played from November 14 to 21. You can watch & bet on these matches here. Get your latest premium tennis predictions here.

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