American Tommy Paul and British Cameron Norrie will meet at the 2021 Indian Wells Masters today for the third round of the tournament.They will try to book a place in the quarterfinals. Here, check out everything there is to know about this clash, such as the preview, head-to-head, information, predictions, odds and how to watch this tennis match in the US.

24 year-old Tommy Paul is coming to this match after completing the biggest victory of his career so far. The American, World No. 60, defeated fourth seed Andrey Rublev in three sets 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 on Monday. It’s the first time he’s reached the third round of a Masters 1000 event and his second victory over a Top 10, after he beat Alex Zverev in Acapulco last year. 

Meanwhile, Norrie, World No. 26, is having a great moment in the year. The British was close to lift his second ATP title last week, but he lost the San Diego Open final to Casper Ruud. At Indian Wells, Norrie beat American Tennys Sandgren and Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut. 

Tommy Paul vs Cameron Norrie: Match Information 

Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2021. 
Time: TBD
Location: Court 1, Indian Wells Tennis Garden, California. 

Tommy Paul vs Cameron Norrie: Time by state in the US 


Tommy Paul vs Cameron Norrie: Head-to-head  

These two players have only faced once in the ATP Tour. Their only encounter took place in January in Melbourne, where Paul defeated Norrie in three sets. They also met once in a Challenger, in 2016, which also won Paul. 

How to watch or live stream Tommy Paul vs Cameron Norrie in the US 

The match between Tommy Paul and Cameron Norrie to be played on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden for the third round of the BNP Paribas Open 2021 will be broadcasted in the United States by Tennis Channel and ATP TV. 


Tommy Paul vs Cameron Norrie: Odds and predictions

Oddsmakers in the US have already made their predictions for this match. According to FanDuel, Cameron Norrie is the clear favorite to win this match with odds of -220, while Tommy Paul has odds of +180. 

Tommy Paul +180
Cameron Norrie -220

*Odds by FanDuel