Sport Indian Wells: But where Norrie will stop?

01:13  15 october  2021
01:13  15 october  2021 Source:   sports.fr

Tennis - WTA: The Indian Wells table (with qualified)

 Tennis - WTA: The Indian Wells table (with qualified) © Panoramic Indian Wells Find the table of the WTA tournament of Indian Wells, which starts this Wednesday. Despite the absence of such ashleigh Barty or Naomi Osaka, the headliners will be Karolina Pliskova, Iga Swiatek or Emma Raducanu. absent in 2020 then postponed spring in autumn this year, the Indian Wells tournament is back. Sacred in 2019, Bianca Andreescu will be at the rendezvous. Series head number 16, the Canadian will find Alison Riske or a qualified for his entry.

Cameron Norrie dominated the 11th seed Diego Schwartzman in a 6-0, 6-2 win at Indian Wells that saw him progress to his first ever Masters 1000 semi-final. In this unusual autumn Indian Wells , moved to October from March due to the pandemic, results have been accordingly unpredictable. Norrie will head into the semi-final with another big opportunity as he awaits either Hubert Hurkacz or Grigor Dimitrov. The way he handled the occasion against Schwartzman will only increase his confidence.

Cameron Norrie sealed his biggest payday in the sport on Wednesday as he defeated Tommy Paul of the USA to reach the quarter-finals of Indian Wells . His reward already stands at £128,000, with power to add if he should overcome Diego Schwartzman in the next round. Against Paul, Norrie had to survive some brutal passages of play, including one game early in the deciding set where he saw 10 break points go by without managing to seize any of them. Never mind; he stepped up and claimed the 11th. By this stage, Paul felt so beaten up that he resorted to wild swings, and was soon heading off

Tennis – ATP – Indian Wells : Norrie écrase Schwartzman et s’offre une première demie en Masters 1000 © Provided by Sports.co.uk Tennis - ATP - Indian Wells: Norrie crushes Schwartzman and offers himself a first half in masters 1000

An eighth finale in Monte-Carlo in 2019. This was the best result of Cameron Norrie in Masters 1000 to date. But the British of 26 years crushes everything in his passage in California, and here he is in the semifinal in Indian Wells! After Beat Tennys Sandgren, Robert Bautista-AGUT and Tommy Paul in three sets, the world's n ° 26 left only two games at No. 15, Diego Schwartzman! He won 6-0, 6-2 in 1h12 against Argentina, which he had already eliminated, in five sets, during the US Open 2020. Trombier of Casper Ruud in the previous Tour, Schwartzman seemed to find Colors, after a rather average season, but he completely exploded against Norrie. The British, without serving as Aces and not succeeding "only" 60% first bullets "In this match, signed a first perfect set by breaking three times his opponent and losing only six points on his service. In the Second, Norrie broke at 1-1 and lost his service for the first time (2-2), before leaving more beautiful at breakant at 2-2 and 4-2, and conclude on a white game. The beautiful season of Cameron Norrie continues, he who won the Los Cabos tournament and lost the finals in Estoril, Lyon, Queen's and San Diego. Twelfth at the breed, the British can clearly dream of the Masters of Turin . Especially if he bat Grigor Dimitrov (1-0 for Norrie in confrontations) or Hubert Hurkacz (0-0) in semifinals.

Kvitova will stop his season after Indian Wells

 Kvitova will stop his season after Indian Wells © provided by Sports.co.uk Tennis - WTA: Kvitova will stop his season after Indian Wells opposite to Arantxa Rus in the second round of the Indian Wells tournament Friday, Petra Kvitova could arrange to the Dutch his last game of the season. The Czech 31, ranked in the eleventh - world rank, has indeed announced on the sidelines of the last big WTA tournament of the year it would stop its season after the BNP Paribas Open. "I tired after this season," said former world n ° 2.

Cameron Norrie defeated unseeded Tommy Paul in the Indian Wells Masters round of 16 on Wednesday. Unseeded American Tommy Paul was unable to reach the quarter-final of the Indian Wells Masters on Wednesday, as he came up against Britain's more experienced Cameron Norrie . Norrie came back from a tough second set to win 6-4 4-6 6-2, and held his nerve after a remarkable 21-point deuce that was played out early in the third set.

US Open champion Daniil Medvedev crashed out of the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells after a three-set defeat to Grigor Dimitrov. © PA Images Medvedev. The Bulgarian staged a spectacular fightback from a set and a double-break down to triumph 4-6 6-4 6-3 as the newly-crowned US Open champion’s game collapsed. Medvedev had been in dominant form since his breakthrough win at Flushing Meadows and nothing looked set to change as he took the first set and stormed into a 4-1 lead in the second. GriGOD.

Cam Can't Stop ???? @cam_norrie Powers Past Diego Schwartzman 6-0 6-2 TO REACH HIS FIRST MASTERS 1000 SEMI-FINAL. # bnppo21 pic.twitter.com/nn9m3w1h3z

- TV Tennis (@Tentnistv) Cam Can't Stop ???? @cam_n Orrie Powers Past Diego Schwartzman 6-0 6-2 to Reach His First Masters 1000 semi-final. # bnppo21 pic.twitter.com/nn9m3w1h3z

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Indian Wells (United States, Masters 1000, hard hard , € 7,903,959)

Title Title (in 2019): Dominic Thiem (Aut)

Quarters of Final

Dimitrov (Bul, No. 23) - Hurkacz (Pol, N ° 8)

Norrie (GBR, N ° 21 ) BAT SCHWARTZMAN (ARG, N ° 11): 6-0, 6-2

FRITZ (USA, N ° 31) - A.ZVEREV (ALL, N ° 3)

BASILASHVILI (GEO, N ° 29) - Tsitsipas (GRE, N ° 2)

Norrie becomes first Briton to win at Indian Wells .
Cameron Norrie became the first British tennis player to win the prestigious Indian Wells tournament by fighting back for a storming three-set victory on Sunday. Norrie beat Nikoloz Basilashvili 3-6 6-4 6-1 in the final to cap his breakout year with victory in tennis's unofficial 'fifth major'. © Getty Britain's Cameron Norrie celebrates his Indian Wells title success The 26-year-old lifted the title after an hour and 49 minutes, recovering after being down a break at 3-1 in the second set to secure his second career title in his finest year on the circuit.

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