Fourth Round of Action!
In this phase of Wimbledon, we are going to get the type of games that we want with some dream match-ups heading our way. One of the highlights in the Round of 16 is going to be a clash between Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz. There will be a lot more intriguing battles coming our way. And in the Round of 16, Cameron Norrie will clash against Tommy Paul. Cameron Norrie defeated Steve Johnson 6-4, 6-1, 6-0 to advance ahead. Meanwhile, Tommy Paul also breezed through in the Third Round and defeated Jiri Vesely 6-3, 6-2, 6-2. Can the no.1 Brit Cameron continue his incredible run here?Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet
How to Watch Cameron Norrie vs Tommy Paul?
BBC has continued to be the major broadcaster for the Wimbledon games in the United Kingdom. For those who reside in the USA, you can catch this tournament on ESPN. EuroSport has traditionally been the major broadcast for European nations. If you love tennis in the Indian subcontinent, Star Sports will continue to broadcast the game. To stream the game, Hotstar is the method for Indian subcontinent viewers while Fubo, Sling TV, and Hulu TV are major players as international streaming platforms.
Cameron Norrie: Enjoying home conditions
Norrie did a great job in the last game of just dominating the contest. This was one of his most lopsided wins in recent memory as he didn’t drop a single set and except for the first set, where he won 6-4, the rest of the game wasn’t even a contest. Norrie had a 69-55% advantage on first serve %. Cameron’s win percentage on the first serve was an incredible 75 while he had 6/21 receiving points. He won 49 receiving points compared to 21 by Steve Johnson
This is a great chance for Cameron to get a title as someone who is yet to bag one. He loves playing on grass and his best performance in the Grand Slam came during last Wimbledon when he reached the Round of 16. He has replicated that performance but a Quarter-Finals berth does look possible this time around. At his home time and in incredible rhythm, Cameron can be fancied here.Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet
Tommy Paul: Due a deep Grand Slam run
Tommy Paul has managed to make a deep dent in the tournament but to be honest, he also got a favorable draw. In his last game, he managed to defeat Jiri Vesely quite easily. He didn’t even allow the Czechia player to win four games in a set. Tommy had a 77% on first serve and won 76% win on the first serve whereas he extracted 60% win on the second serve. Paul had five out of seven breakpoints and held a 26-20 receiving and a huge 50-35 service points advantage.
Paul is yet to lose a set this Wimbledon and there is no doubt that his wheels are pumping. However, this is the first time in the tournament that the American will play a seeded player and someone who is in an equally good rhythm. Paul is not known for his quality on grass and is more of a clay player but he has managed to make it to the fourth round. This is the first time he has done so in a Grand Slam setting
Who will win the match between Tommy Paul and Cameron Norrie?
Cameron is loving playing on grass and his intensity has been too much to handle so far. The crowd has been behind him and he has been able to utilize the energy well thus far. Tommy is a seeded player but he has weaknesses on the grass despite him winning the first three games. It will be interesting to see how Paul responds here because Norrie has been dominating the serve game. Norrie and Paul have met three times, with Norrie emerging as a winner two times. They last met during Delray Beach Open on the hard surface, where Tommy won 6-3, 6-3.
As per 1xBet, Norrie enters with the favorable odds of 1.57 whereas Paul has the odds of 2.55. This can be a close contest as per the bookmakers. I do agree with these odds placements.
Will this game to five sets or four sets or will we see a sweep here? I do believe that this will be a close game but I also see it being finished within four sets. I’ll go for Total Under 39.5 which has the odds of 1.89(1xBet)Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet