Cameron Norrie delighted with 'best win' after beating Alcaraz to reach Cincinnati semis


He continued by admitting he took his eye off the ball during the second set and was focused on finishing the game quickly rather than continuing to dominate. Norrie added: “I was up a set and a break, 4-1, and I kind of lost a little bit of vision.

“I was thinking a little bit too much about the finish line rather than focusing on how I was winning points and I honestly got a little bit tight and he raised his level, didn’t give me anything.

“I just wanted to hang tough with him and I think the only place I had him better was the legs and the physicality, so I was just trying to make every rally as physical as I could and make it tough for him to finish points.



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