British tennis player Cameron Norrie does not wake up from sleep and has now entered the final after beating Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov 6-2, 6-3 after 1h26m of play at the ATP Masters 1000 in Indian Wells. World No. 26 awaits Taylor Fritz or Nikoloz Basilashvili.
Cameron Norrie He continues his fantastic week of impressive tennis and garnering glittering victories. The British took out of the tournament Tennys Sandgren, Roberto Bautista Agut, Tommy Paul and crushed Argentine Diego Scchwartzman in the round of 16, to run into the Bulgarian in the top four.
Grigor DimitrovFor his part, he has lived a week that is exciting to continue seeing him in this incredible tennis that he displayed. The Bulgarian had a very tough road to the semifinals, where he crossed out Daniel Altmaier, Reilly Opelka, claimed a tremendous victory over Daniil Medvedev in the round of 16, and in the quarters he played with his hierarchy to erase Hubert Hurkacz.
Norrie, overwhelming from start to finish
Cameron Norrie He started the game with great precision, attacking with a large margin and hurting with his returns. In this way, the Briton moved his rival and made two breaks in a row to win 4-0 in the numbers. Later, Grigor DImitrov He did not let himself be, imposed a reaction and recovered a break, with a lot of effort, to get within reach in the score. However, the Briton was superior with his power, continued to hit with ease and sealed the first set by 6-2 in 31 minutes.
In the second set, Cameron continued to hold on to the match, did not give up his intentions and attacked the Bulgarian from the first ball to capture the break. Imposing his physique and his shots, the Briton was maintaining the distance in the score, despite suffering attacks by Dimitrov who released powerful rights to the run. However, the no. 26 of the world was more decisive, with much superiority, hurting with his left-handed condition. With this, Norrie stood firm to close his pass to the final by 6-2, 6-4 after 1h26m.
The Brit awaits for Taylor Fritz or Nikoloz Basilasvhili in the final of the ATP Masters 1000 in Indian Wells.