Pat Cash teased by Tim Henman after necking 'four glasses of wine' before BBC duty

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Pat Cash teased by Tim Henman after necking 'four glasses of wine' before BBC duty

Norrie breezed past American duo Steve Johnson and Tommy Paul to get to the quarter-finals, before he had to find an extra gear against David Goffi

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Norrie breezed past American duo Steve Johnson and Tommy Paul to get to the quarter-finals, before he had to find an extra gear against David Goffin in the semis. Despite going down 2-1 in sets, the Brit fought back to win the final two and continue his Wimbledon dream. With an altogether sterner test on the horizon, Henman and Cash stressed the importance of Norrie hitting the ground running against Djokovic.

“There’s no room for slow starts or easing your way into the match,” claimed Henman. “The start is also important for the crowd. If Cam can get an early lead, the crowd have got something to stick their teeth into. We’ve seen on numerous occasions that Djokovic doesn’t really like that.”



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