Cameron Norrie v Borna Coric live stream: Watch Saturday’s Cincinnati Open online
Cameron Norrie and Borna Coric go head-to-head in the Cincinnati Open semi-final on Saturday evening (11pm, UK time).
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Where to watch Cameron Norrie v Borna Coric on TV:
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- US: Tennis Channel
For a third time in Cincinnati this week Cameron Norrie won a three-set game. Last time out he was made to sweat by Carlos Alacaraz but ultimately triumphed 7-6 (7-4), 6-7 (4-7), 6-4. With the win, the 26-year-old Briton is 40-18 this season. Among those recent successes was a Cincinnati Open second round win over former No. 1 Andy Murray, as he came back from a set down to win 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. This is also just the second time he’s reached the semifinals of a Masters 1000 tournament. The last time Norrie got this far he’d go all the way and win the title in Indian Wells in 2021. Norrie will be seeking to reach a fifth final of the year. He won in Delray Beach and Lyon and was a finalist in Acapulco and Los Cabos.
This will be Borna Coric’s third Masters 1000 semifinal of his career. After going through a couple of difficult seasons the Croat, who underwent shoulder surgery last year, returned to the tour in March but hasn’t been able to light it up and brought a 4-8 record to Cincinnati which is slowly improving. Coric, ranked number 152 in the world, produced the biggest upset of the tournament in the second round by beating Rafael Nadal 7-6 (11-9), 4-6, 6-3. In his quarter-final showdown with Felix Auger-Aliassime he didn’t face a single breakpoint. A two-time champion on the tour from seven finals played. Coric will be aiming to reach a second Masters final. He was a runner-up in Shanghai in 2018 and was also a semifinalist in Indian Wells that same year.