Carlos Alcaraz vs Cameron Norrie head-to-head, date, prediction, & prize money

Carlos Alcaraz vs Cameron Norrie head-to-head: Defending champion Carlos Alcaraz outlasted Nicolas Jarry 6-7 (2/7), 7-5, 6-0 on Saturday to reach the final of the ATP Rio Open 2023. He is set to play against Britain’s Cameron Norrie, who defeated Bernabe Zapata Miralles 6-2, 3-6, 7-6 (7/3) in the semi-final. 

It’s going to be a very tough match, Cameron is at a great level, he has already shown it in previous matches,” Alcaraz said in an on-court television interview. Earlier in the tournament, he defeated Mateus Alves, Fabio Fagnini, and Dusan Lajovic to advance to the semi-final. Also Read: Nick Kyrgios Claims He Hasn’t Done Anything Crazy To Be Branded The “Bad Boy” Of Tennis

Notably, the duo, Norrie and Alcaraz, will meet for the second time in as many tournaments. Last Sunday, in the Argentina Open final, Alcaraz snatched a narrow victory over Norrie. Alcaraz, who had been on the sidelines owing to a leg injury, had a dream return as he clinched his first title since that break.

The 13th-ranked Norrie hasn’t won a title yet but is one of the most in-form players this year. He advanced to the final by beating Francisco Cerundolo, Thiago Monteiro, and Hugo Dellien to reach the semi-final where he defeated Zapata Miralles to reach back-to-back finals. Also Read: Andy Murray Saves 5 MPs To Defeat Lehecka, Reaches Qatar Open Final

Rio Open 2023 Fina: Carlos Alcaraz vs Cameron Norrie head-to-head, match timing, prediction

Carlos Alcaraz is set to play against Cameron Norrie on February 26, 2003, at the Jockey Club Brasileiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on an outdoor clay court.

The prize money: $2,013,940

Carlos Alcaraz vs Cameron Norrie head-to-head: As far as their head-to-head record goes, Alcaraz holds a commanding 4-1 lead over the Briton. Norrie’s only victory came against Alcaraz in the Cincinnati quarterfinals last year.

Carlos Alcaraz vs Cameron Norrie Prediction

Carlos Alcaraz should beat the 27-year-old left-hander to claim his back-to-back titles and defend his Rio Open title this year. Norrie, who has been in great form, still has to improve his game on clay courts. At the same time, the Spaniard showed that he is brilliant on the surface after clinching last year’s Rio, Barcelona, and Madrid titles.

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