Novak Djokovic vs Cameron Norrie: Prediction and Betting Tips

13:00, 19 nov 2021
Novak Djokovic vs Cameron Norrie prediction for Friday’s Nitto ATP Tour Finals showdown at Pala Alpitour in Turin. World number one Novak Djokovic plays his third match in the tournament against world number 12 Cameron Norrie who replaced Stefanos Tsitsipas. You can follow our free preview prediction and betting tips on this page.

On fire Novak heading towards the semis

Match after match Novak Djokovic proves that he is currently the best player in the world. To explain, the Serb has the best current winning run among all players with a 12-1 win/loss record. Moreover, in the ongoing ATP Finals, the world number one has not lost a set in his two matches. And already Djokovic qualified for the semi-finals as the Green group winner.

In addition, the 34-year-old is serving amazingly well in Turin winning 89% of the points behind his serve. Surely one of the strongest weapons in Djokovic’s game is his return of serve. We can see that with him winning 45% of the return points of his opponents’ serves. Certainly, Novak is the main candidate to win this tournament and he will take this match as a preparation for his clash in the semis.

Cameron Norrie searching a win against the best in the world

Cameron Norrie is the second player to replace an injured player after Jannik Sinner. However, Brit’s first appearance was not successful as he lost to Casper Ruud. Despite winning the first set with a commanding 6-1 result, Norrie lost his momentum in the second and third sets. In fact, the points won on his return points dropped from 56% in the first set to just 12% in the next two sets.

Playing against the best returner in the world, Norrie needs to have a high percentage in his serve. Notably, the world number 12 had a 79% first serve percentage in his first match but won just 66% of the points behind them. Hence, he needs to be more effective with his serve if he wants to register his first-ever win in the ATP Tour Finals.

Novak Djokovic vs Cameron Norrie Key Points

  • Djokovic hit 38 winners in his two matches 
  • In his two matches at the ATP Tour Finals, Novak won 90% of his service games
  • Norrie won 15% of the games on his opponent’s serve in his last match
  • The world number 12 Norrie won 59% of the points on his second serve

Novak Djokovic vs Cameron Norrie Prediction

Despite the fact that this match doesn’t change anything, however, an undefeated champion at the end of the tournament receives double the prize money. As a result, Djokovic will play to win and keep his record clear. Also, the Serb wants to keep the momentum he is in.

On the other hand, a win will hand Norrie a check for 173,000$! However, playing Djokovic for the first time is a challenge itself and to cope with such pressure is certainly over Norrie’s capabilities. Still, we expect the Brit to put up a fight but not enough to win him the match.

With the odds for a Djokovic win being as low as 1.10, we will choose the total games market for our prediction. And considering Novak’s form, he will do his best to end this match quickly. Hence we predict under 22 games

 Novak Djokovic vs Cameron Norrie Betting Tips

Under 22 games 1.52 at Vbet

Norrie to win over seven games 1.56 at Vbet

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