Cameron Norrie emulates brilliant Andy Murray record after Paris Masters victory


    Speaking on the race to Turin, Norrie, who is aiming to play at the ATP Finals for the first time, said: “I’m watching all the matches and I think everyone else is as well. It’s cool to have something extra to play for.”

    The Brit next faces in-form Taylor Fritz in the round of 16, with the American fresh off the back of making the final of St Petersburg last week.

    “I’ve played him a lot in my career, I think the most of anyone, so we both know each other’s games very well,” Norrie said of his next opponent.

    “He’s extremely confident, had a final last week and has beaten two good opponents this week.


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