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Our lineup of tennis predictions today for the men’s singles are based on the remaining fourth-round matches in the bottom half of the draw. As you can see, from these matches, it’s Alexander Zverev vs Cam Norrie that I’ve covered here. So, in a battle of the 6th vs 19th seed, what are the most appropriate wagers to make? Let me show you.
Our favourite Alexander Zverev vs Cameron Norrie predictions
- 1 Our favourite Alexander Zverev vs Cameron Norrie predictions
- 2 Zverev seeks fifth straight win over Norrie in Melbourne
- 3 Key match details
Amazingly, Cam Norrie has never taken a set from the big German in four previous attempts. Of course, this means that Zverev holds a 4-0 lead over the lower-ranked British player. However, in the fourth round of the 2024 Australian Open, it’s all to play for. And based on factors such as game styles, tournament form, and more, I’ve come up with the following predictions:
Zverev to win 3-1 @ 11/4 (3.75)
Based on the Australian Open seeds for this event, Zverev is favoured to advance here. He is the 6th seed, while Cam Norrie is the 19th seed. And he has never lost to the unique lefty either, which is why I believe he will come out ahead in this clash. At the same time, however, I do think Norrie will grab a set.
Norrie to win a set – yes @ 10/21 (1.48)
I’ve stressed that Cam Norrie has never taken a set from Alex Zverev before. But he has been playing solid tennis to reach this point, especially in his 3-1 victory over Casper Ruud in the previous round. As for Zverev, he has dropped three sets in the tournament so far, all against opponents who are not as good as Cam Norrie.
Alexander Zverev vs Cameron Norrie odds
Zverev has an 80% chance to win this match according to the latest odds. Yet the win probability for Cam Norrie is 26.70%.
Zverev seeks fifth straight win over Norrie in Melbourne
Zverev might be the favourite, but what is the tale of the tape ahead of this fourth-round match-up?
Alexander Zverev preview
Zverev is ranked 6th in the world right now, and his comeback since injury has been truly inspiring. Furthermore, he played his best tennis yet in the previous round to beat Alex Michelsen in straight sets. And let’s not forget – Zverev has been a semi-finalist at the Australian Open before.
Cameron Norrie preview
Norrie is the lower ranked of these two guys at 22 in the world, but he has been a top 10 player in the past. Additionally, his form in Australia has been fantastic, dating back to the United Cup through to the current round of the Australian Open. On that note, this is the furthest he has been in the Australian Open, and he is set to face a guy he has never beaten before.
Zverev vs Norrie head to head
Zverev dominates the head-to-head against Norrie with a 4-0 lead. Better still (if you’re a Zverev fan), three of these four matches have been contested on outdoor hard courts. And quite remarkably, the German has never lost a set to Norrie.
Key match details
- Match Schedule – January 22nd, 05:00 GMT
- Venue – Melbourne, Australia
- Viewing Options – Eurosport, Discovery+
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