After winning the first set Norrie led 51 in the second set tiebreak and generated triple match point at 63. Despite his failure to convert two match points on his own serve, the missed opportunity was primarily the product of a sublime fightback from AugerAliassime.
Cameron Norrie`s hopes of qualifying for the ATP Finals in Turin suffered a blow as he was defeated 26, 76 (6), 64 by Félix AugerAliassime, the sixth seed, in the second round of the Erste Bank Open in Vienna after holding three consecutive match points
Indian Wells Master Norrie praised Auger Aliassime’s level later in the game. “He played real physical tennis from the middle to the end of the second and played perfectly the third,” he said. “He didn’t miss the first ball.
I played great but played a loose game. Norrie goes to the Rolex Paris Masters and looks for great results at the last Masters 1000 of the year. He is supported by Andy Murray who received the wildcard. “I’m off tomorrow, so I’ll go to Paris and do it again,” Norrie said. “I was happy with my level. If anyone wants to beat me, they have to play like Felix.
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Who rose to the moment and played faultlessly under immense pressure. Emma Raducanu during her 63, 64 win against Ana Bogdan of Romania Emma Raducanu beats Ana Bogdan to reach Transylvania Open quarters Read more On the first match point, AugerAliassime drilled a forehand down the line winner and the Canadian then produced an excellent crosscourt backhand passing shot to save the second match point on Norrie`s serve. AugerAliassime brushed aside the third match point with a winning serveforehand combination. ” …