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Italian Matteo Berrettini (ATP-9) and Briton Cameron Norrie (ATP-41), both 25 years old, will play the final of the Queen’s grass tournament (1,290,155 euros) on Sunday. In the semi-finals, first seed Berrettini eliminated Australian Alex de Minaur (ATP-22) on Saturday with 6-4 twice. Norrie took the measure of Canadian Denis Shapovalov (ATP-21), the second seed, with 7-5 and 6-3.
Berrettini is going for a fifth title in his seventh final, the second this season. In April he won in Belgrade. Cameron Norrie has already played three finals, but does not yet have an ATP tournament on his palmares. This year he was already runner-up in Estoril and Lyon.
It will be the first meeting between Berrettini and Norrie.