British No. 1 Cameron Norrie has admitted his chances of qualifying for the ATP finals is almost over after his loss to in-form American Taylor Fritz in Paris this week.
Norrie would now need to win next week’s ATP 250 event in Stockholm and hope rival Hubert Hurkacz loses to Aussie James Duckworth tonight’s quarter-final in Paris.
“It sounds too difficult for the ATP Finals. I gave my best shot,” the British No. 1 said.
“I’ll go to Turin anyway because you have alternates. And then the Davis Cup.”
Norrie also said was u sure pf playing Stockholm.
“It depends on the (Hurkacz) result. It’s been a great season so far, anyway,” he said.
Norrie admitted Fritz was too good for him this time around.
“He’s moving a lot better. He was consistent. He served well. Credit to him,” Norrie said.