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Cameron Norrie v Tommy Paul live stream: How to watch Wimbledon online

By Mohamed Moallim

Published: 20:00, 2 July 2022

Cameron Norrie and Tommy Paul will be looking to book a place in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon on Sunday afternoon (2.30pm, UK time).

How to live stream Cameron Norrie v Tommy Paul online:

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Where to watch Cameron Norrie v Tommy Paul on TV:

  • UK: BBC
  • US: ESPN & Tennis Channel

This summer has seen Cameron Norrie put together his best Wimbledon run. The top-ranked Brit brushed past Steve Johnson, 6-4 6-1 6-0, to book his round of 16 place. Norrie has posted a bagel in each of his last two matches — v Pablo Andujar in the first round and Jaume Munar Clar in the second — but this aforementioned performance against Johnson is by far the best of this campaign.This was also the first time Norrie has gotten past the third round of a slam. Prior to this week, he’d played five third-round matches at this level in his career and lost them all, including once at Wimbledon in 2021. The world number 12 has won eight of his last nine matches against American opponents (all this year), that sole loss came against the in-form Maxime Cressy in Eastbourne last week.

Getting here Tommy Paul had to work. Last time out Paul saved a breakpoint in his first service game of the match against Jiri Vesely before saving three consecutive break points in his first service game in the second and third sets, 6-3 6-2 6-2. The former Boys’ French Open champion is 5-0 against left-handed opponents on grass this year and 3-0 (9-0 in sets) in this Wimbledon campaign, and he will next face Norrie yet another lefty in the round of 16. That being said, the world number 32 had never made a quarterfinal appearance on grass until a few weeks ago, but he is now a win away from posting a hat-trick of quarter-final placements on this surface. Paul made back-to-back QF appearances in London and Eastbourne in the run-up to SW19, his campaigns there ended at the hands of the eventual champion Matteo Berrettini and defending champion Alex de Minaur, respectively.