Who is Cameron Norrie?
Cameron Norrie was born on 23 August 1995 – making him 22 years old.
Norrie was born in South Africa to a Scottish father David and a Welsh mother, Helen.
The family moved to New Zealand when he was young where Norrie played tennis, squash, rugby, football and cricket.
He initially represented New Zealand but considers himself British.
Norrie turned pro in 2017 is now GB’s No 3 behind Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund.
Norrie is ranked 114 in the world with a career high of 110, achieved in October 2017.
He is a fan of South Sydney Rabbitohs and All Blacks rugby teams as well as Newcastle United FC.
How much has Cameron Norrie won in his career?
Norrie turned pro in 2017 but has played in tournaments since 2013. He has won $290,777 in his career.
Why is Cameron Norris like Rafael Nadal?
Norrie may be far behind Nadal in the rankings and Grand Slam stakes but the pair enjoy one thing in common – they are both left-handers.
Norrie’s favourite surface is hard and his favourite shot the backhand.
What has Cameron Norris won in his career?
Norrie has won six singles titles – three at Challenger level and three at Futures level.
Two of those came in October lsat year when he beat Tennys Sandgren to win in Tiburon and Darian King to win in Stockton.
Both were on hard courts.