Cameron Norrie
Cameron Norrie
Cameron Norrie
Cameron Norrie
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Nickname is Noz.
    • Father, David, and mother, Helen, were both born in Great Britain and played squash at university level; sister, Bronwen.
    • Grew up in New Zealand and started playing tennis with a squash racquet in his driveway at age 6 after being introduced by his mom.
    • Moved to London alone and began representing Great Britain in 2013 after playing most of his junior career for New Zealand.
    • Idols growing up were Andre Agassi and Rafael Nadal.
    • Favourite surface is hard, shot is backhand and tournament is Wimbledon.
    • Attended Texas Christian University for 3 years (2015-17), studying sociology and finishing college career as No. 1 player in nation.
    • Coached by Facundo Lugones, who was a TCU senior when Norrie was a freshman. Horned Frogs reached NCAA Final Four in 2015.
    • If he wasn't a tennis player, he would work in real estate.
    • Enjoys going to the beach, listening to music and hanging out with friends.
    • Fan of South Sydney Rabbitohs and All Blacks rugby teams, as well as Newcastle United F.C.
    • Has a tattoo on his left thigh of a desert with 2 cacti in honour of his 1st 2 ATP Tour titles at 2021 Los Cabos and 2021 Indian Wells.

    (UPDATED 22 MAY 2024)

    • Broke into Top 10 in April 2022 and achieved career-high No. 8 in September 2022, joining Henman, Murray and Rusedski as 4th Top-10 British man in ATP Rankings history (since 1973).
    • Advanced to 13 ATP Tour finals from May 2021-February 2023, highlighted by 2021 ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells title to become 1st British champion in tournament history (since 1976).
    • Reached Grand Slam 4R, QF and SF for 1st time at 2022 Wimbledon, falling to eventual champion Djokovic in 4 sets.
    • Earned 52 wins in 2021 and 49 wins in 2022 before beating No. 2 Nadal at 2023 United Cup and No. 2 Alcaraz in 2023 Rio de Janeiro final for biggest wins of career.
    • Born in South Africa to a Scottish father and Welsh mother, grew up in New Zealand, became No. 1 collegiate player in USA at Texas Christian University, and has represented Great Britain since 2013.


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