Cameron Norrie (11) vs John Isner (23) – Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 04/05/22

13:00, 04 may 2022

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Cameron Norrie and John Isner will play their fifth career head-to-head match on the Madrid courts. The game will start on May 4 at 13:00 UK time.

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Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction One – Handicap (+2.5) for Isner – 1.53.

Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction Two – Total Games Over 23.5 – 1.77.

Match Predict – Handicap (+2.5) for Isner

Isner has reached the quarter-finals three times at this tournament. The American seems determined to do it again. He is well prepared for the competition, which he proved in his confrontation with Krajinovic, where he showed an excellent game.

Total Games – Over 23.5

The tennis players have played four face-to-face matches. In three of them, three sets were played.

Preliminary review and match prediction for Cameron Norrie vs John Isner 

Cameron Norrie:

Last season, Norrie played well on the clay. However, now Norrie is not impressive. The only successful tournament for him was in Barcelona, where Cameron reached the quarter-finals. After beating Egor Gerasimov (5-7, 6-4, 6-4) and Marton Fucsovics (7-5, 6-7, 6-4) he lost to Alex De Minaur (3-6, 7-5, 1-6).

In Madrid, Norrie started with a win. Against Kwon Soon-Woo, it was not easy for him, but Norrie defeated his rival (7-5, 7-5).

John Isner:

Isner began his quest to defend last year’s quarter-final with a solid win over Filip Krajinovic. John shot 30 aces in 100 minutes on the court. The Serbian representative had no chance of catching the win. Isner won 7-6, 6-4.

Madrid is the second clay tournament of the season for the US representative. Before that, he played in Houston, where he reached the semi-finals. In Texas, Isner beat Steve Johnson, Frances Tiafoe and Cristian Garin.

Safe Bets

In 3 of Isner’s last 4 matches, more than 9.5 games have been played in the first set. We offer to bet on “1st Set Games – Over 9.5” with the odds of 1.30.

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In 3 of Isner’s last 5 matches, all 3 sets have been played. We offer to bet on “Total Sets – Over 2.5” with the odds of 2.11.

Match Details and Statistics

Type of Court – Clay

Speed of Court – 6/10

Norrie’s Rating – 11

Cameron Norrie Wins/Losses in 2022 – 18/10

Isner’s Rating – 23

John Isner Wins/Losses in 2022 – 10/9

Most popular FAQ for Cameron Norrie vs John Isner 

Who won the last meeting between these players?

The score in the head-to-head encounter is 2-2. In the last match on the slow hard courts of Acapulco, Norrie won (6:7, 6:3, 6:4). The only meeting on the clay was won by Norrie in 2018 (7:6, 6:4). 

Where will this fixture be played?

The match will be played at Park Manzanares, Madrid, Spain.

Which bookmaker has the best odds for this game?

We recommend checking out the odds for Madrid Open at Vbet and William Hill.

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