Novak Djokovic eases past Cameron Norrie in Turin

Novak Djokovic won his final group stage match at the ATP Finals in Turin against Cameron Norrie 6-2 6-1.

The Brit got the experience for the first time the thing he jokingly referred to as a nightmare a few days ago and it came at one of the biggest stages in the tennis world. The situation and all of those factors left Norrie quite impressed at the start of the match as his focus was all over the place. Djokovic was able took break the Brit in the first service game taking advantage of numerous mistakes by Norrie.

The Brit was unable to serve as well as he had hoped to and his groundstrokes sailed wide a lot of times. He also got to experience the tremendous defensive prowess of Djokovic who was rarely to be outhit in the match. Djokovic continued to apply pressure onto Norrie and the Brit was unable to find any solution whatsoever.

He tried multiple things but to no avail, Djokovic won the first set with 6-2. The 2nd set was not much better by Norrie as Djokovic applied even more pressure and raised his level, even more, to wrap up the match as quickly as possible. The Serbian plays tomorrow as well and he wants to be rested. Norrie held on initially but soon Djokovic took over with a 5-1 lead.

He forced match points in the next game and ultimately closed it out with 6-1. It took him a little over an hour and it was not a high-intensity match meaning he will be fully ready for tomorrow.

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