Roger Federer vs Cameron Norrie
July 3, 2021 11:00 am EDT
Roger Federer (6) meets Cameron Norrie (29) in the third round of the Wimbledon on Saturday, July 3rd, 2021.
Will Cameron Norrie be able to get one of the biggest wins of his career under his belt in front of his home crowd on the biggest stage, or will Roger Federer get into great form as he aims to get back to his best before the business end of Wimbledon?
Cameron Norrie was easing his way through his match against Alexander Bolt in the second round, winning in 3 sets 6-3/6-1/6-2. Cameron Norrie has been in strong form recently, getting a lot of wins under his belt on grass in the last few weeks, even making the Final in Queen’s. Cameron Norrie is underrated but in 2021 he has been making a bigger name for himself. Cameron Norrie, however, knows he is going to have a very tough challenge as he has to meet Roger Federer and he will have to be even better than he usually is if he wants to get anything going.
Roger Federer showed us some great tennis in the second round, winning his first straight sets match on grass here at Wimbledon this year, beating Richard Gasquet in 3 sets 7-6/6-1/6-4. The first set was somewhat tight, but once he got that under his belt, he felt like he could control every single aspect of the match. Roger Federer will be very happy with that performance but he will also be working hard to improve on the aspects he did not like from his game. Roger knows what to do and how he needs to prepare in order to come out with the win.
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This is going to be the 1st meeting between both players, and I see the improvements made by Roger Federer being too much for Cameron Norrie to handle. Cameron is a strong player but he is meeting someone who the crowd cannot cheer against, even if Cameron is the loca Brit. Roger Federer will come out here ready to give it his best right from the start, and once he has the lead, I am sure he will not let himself give away a lead as he is one of the best frontrunners in the game.