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British tennis player
Born: August 23, 1995 (age 26 years), Johannesburg, South Africa
Davis Cup: 1R (2018)
Height: 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Coach: James Trotman (2017–present); Facundo Lugones (2017–present)
Prize money: $7,012,074
Education: Texas Christian University (2014–2017), Macleans College
Parents: David Norrie, Helen Norrie
HEIGHT 188 cm
LTA SUPPORT Elite Players
TURNED PRO 2017
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Norrie was born in 1995 in Johannesburg, South Africa, to British microbiologist parents: his father David is from Glasgow and his mother Helen is from Cardiff.
In 1998, when Norrie was three, he and his family moved to Auckland, New Zealand, where his parents still live.
In 2011, at age 16, he moved to his parents’ native United Kingdom, where he lived in London for three years before attending Texas Christian University in Fort Worth from 2014 to 2017.
In June 2017, he ended his studies at TCU to turn professional during the grass court season of the 2017 ATP Tour.
Since turning professional he has been based in Putney, southwest London (close to Wimbledon).
When the Indian Wells Masters was cancelled in March 2020 at the beginning of the pandemic lockdowns, Norrie decided to fly to New Zealand to live with his parents for the rest of the year.
Cameron Norrie is a supporter of South Sydney Rabbitohs (Australian rugby league club), the New Zealand All Blacks national rugby union team, and Newcastle United Football Club.
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.
Achieved career-high No. 10 in April 2022, joining Henman, Murray and Rusedski as 4th Brit to break into Top 10.
Earned 52 wins in 2021 after entering season with 51 career wins, becoming 1st Brit to win ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells title in 46-year tournament history.
Won 1st of 4 ATP Tour titles at 2021 Los Cabos following runner-up finishes at 2019 Auckland as WC, 2021 Estoril, 2021 Lyon and 2021 London/Queen’s Club.
Posted 14 straight wins in North America from 2021-22, including upset of No. 4 Tsitsipas in 2022 Acapulco SF to equal biggest win of career.
Born in South Africa, grew up in New Zealand, became No. 1 collegiate player in USA at Texas Christian University, and has represented Great Britain since 2013.
Cameron Norrie is a British tennis player who has been representing Great Britain since 2013, having spent most of his junior career in New Zealand, where he grew up.
Norrie turned pro in 2017 and won his debut Davis Cup match only eight months later, against then world number 23 Roberto Bautista Agut, making it “one of the most impressive debuts of all time” according to former Davis Cup captain John Lloyd.
Graduated end of 2019 from the LTA Pro Scholarship Programme, the highest level of support offered to developing players aged between 16 and 24 with the best chance of reaching the ATP/WTA top 100 singles.
Currently eligible for support as part of LTA Men’s Elite Programme.
Place of birth: Johannesburg, South Africa
Trains: National Tennis Centre and Fort Worth (where he went to university)
Favourite tournament: Wimbledon
Tennis idols: Andre Agassi and Rafa Nadal
Likes: Going to the beach, listening to music, hanging out with friends. He supports South Sydney Rabbitohs (rugby league), All Blacks (rugby union) and Newcastle United. If he wasn’t a tennis player he’d work in real estate.
Father is called David (who is Scottish) and mother is called Helen (who is Welsh). Both were born in Great Britain and played squash to university level before moving to New Zealand. His sister is called Bronwen.
He grew up in New Zealand and began playing tennis in his driveway at age six, after his mum introduced him to the sport.
Norrie was born in South Africa to a Scottish father, David, and a Welsh mother, Helen, who were both microbiologists.
Three years later, following a burglary, the family moved to New Zealand, where Norrie played tennis, squash, rugby, football, and cricket, finally concentrating on tennis at fifteen.
Norrie represented New Zealand as a junior, becoming No. 10 in the world, but received only a few thousand dollars from Tennis NZ, so his parents had to finance his overseas travel. At fifteen, he toured Europe for five months.
Norrie switched his allegiance at 16 to Great Britain, the nationality of both his parents, partly due to available funding, spending three years in London by himself.
He lived and trained at the National Tennis Centre, later residing with a host family for two years while he continued his training.
In 2013, he competed in all the Junior Grand Slams; the Australian Open for New Zealand, then for Great Britain at the French Open, Wimbledon and US Open, but only won one match, in Australia.
Norrie had difficulty on the European tennis circuit, so he considered training at American universities.
Norrie studied sociology on a scholarship at Texas Christian University (TCU) and joined the Horned Frogs university team, where he became the top-ranked male college tennis player in the US, being the first time that TCU had such an honour.
In addition, Norrie was All-American three times.
In the 2016–17 season, Norrie was the only player to win every Big 12 match he participated in, with a 10-0 record in singles and doubles.