Cameron Norrie Coaches

Tennis player Cameron Norrie hails from the United Kingdom. A career-high ranking of No. 10 in singles and No. 123 in doubles have been achieved by him during this time.

He has been a fantastic player because of the superb coaching he had from James Trotman and Facundo Lugones, both of whom were excellent. There are two former tennis players on this list: James Trotman and Facundo Lugones.

Meet James Trotman

James Trotman, who was born in the United Kingdom on 16 February 1979, is a former tennis player who resigned from the sport at an early age owing to chronic injuries.

As a junior player, he achieved world-class status and won the boys’ doubles competition at the 1995 Wimbledon Championships alongside Martin Lee.

He also won the boys’ doubles competition at the 1997 Australian Open. In addition, he competed in the main draw of the Senior Wimbledon Doubles Championship once, which took place in 1997.

His highest ATP doubles ranking in his career was 810th in the world.

Meet  Facundo Lugones

Facundo Lugones is an Argentine tennis coach who was born on July 6, 1992. The coach has been working with Cameron Norrie since 2017 when he helped him reach a career-high of World No. 10 in the rankings.

Lugones and Norrie first met while both were students at Texas Christian University, where Lugones played on the school’s tennis team as a senior. Lugones was named Coach of the Year at the 2021 ATP Awards by his fellow coaches.

Lugones made his lone appearance in an ATP (main or qualifying) event at the 2011 Argentina Open, losing to Paul Capdeville in the first round of qualification.

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