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Daniil Medvedev v Cameron Norrie live stream: How to watch Citi Open online

By Mohamed Moallim

Published: 19:15, 6 August 2022

Daniil Medvedev and Cameron Norrie meet in the Los Cabos Open final on Sunday morning (3am, UK time).

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“I know at the end of the year, unless I try to win every tournament that is left, it’s (year-end #1) probably going to be Rafael Nadal,” Daniil Medvedev recently said. However by reaching this final the Russian should remain at the top of the ATP rankings at least for two more weeks. Impressively he’s reached at least the finals in all six North American summer hardcourt events he entered so far – Los Cabos (this week), Washington (loss), Cincinnati Masters (win), US Open (win), Canadian Open (win) and Winston Salem (win). On top of that since that demoralising loss to Nadal in the championship match at the Australian Open he’s the reigning US Open champion has played two final matches and lost on both occasions against Tim Van Rijthoven in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Hubert Hurkacz in Halle.

Cameron Norrie is seeking to become the first player ever to successfully defend the title in Los Cabos. In fact, none of the previous four tournament champions have reached the final in the following edition. The world number 12 dropped a set for the first time in this campaign to reigning ATP Rotterdam champion Felix Auger Aliassime in the semifinal. While his more illustrious opponent Medvedev is still searching for his first title of the 2022 season, the top-ranked Brit has already claimed two titles in Delray Beach (250) and Lyon (250) and finished as the runner-up to Rafael Nadal on Mexican soil in Acapulco.

Prediction: Daniil Medvedev to win in three sets