3 Norrie lost to the 113th racket of the world in the match for reaching the final of the tournament in Rio de Janeiro




The 23rd racket of the world, Briton Cameron Norrie, unexpectedly lost to the Argentinean, 113th racket of the world Mariano Navone in the semi-finals of the tournament in Rio de Janeiro with a score of 4:6, 2:6.

The duration of the meeting was 1 hour 59 minutes. During this time, Navone made three serves, made one double fault and converted 5 out of 18 break points. Norrie has one ace, five double faults and two converted break points out of four.

Thus, Navone reached the final of the tournament, where he will play with compatriot Sebastian Baez, who earlier in his semi-final match beat the 22nd racket of the world Francisco Cerundolo with a score of 7:5, 6:0.

The final match will take place on February 25. The total prize fund for the tournament in Rio de Janeiro is $2.1 million.

Updated: 06.03.2024 — 22:08

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