Briton Cameron Norrie plays tennis professionally. He has achieved career-high singles and doubles rankings of No. 10 and No. 123, respectively.
He has won one doubles championship and four singles victories on the ATP Tour, including a Masters 1000 victory at the 2021 Indian Wells Masters. Since 18 October 2021, Norrie has held the top spot in the men’s singles in Great Britain.
An Edinburgh-born Scottish father and a Cardiff-born Welsh mother gave birth to Cameron Norrie in Johannesburg in 1995. The New Zealand native was raised in London before transferring to Texas Christian University in Fort Worth for his undergraduate studies in 2014.
To avoid the pandemic lockdowns that began in 2020, he opted to reside with his parents in New Zealand instead of in California.
There have been multiple different instructors over his career, the most recent being Facundo Lugones after working with David Roditi, Devin Bowen, and James Trotman.
Shot tolerance and the ability to counteract spin with strong court posture and quickness are two of Norrie’s greatest assets.
Meet David Norrie and Helen Norrie
Norrie was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1995 to microbiologist parents David, a Scot from Glasgow, and Helen, a Welshwoman.
After a break-in occurred in 1998 when Norrie was three years old, his family relocated to Auckland, New Zealand, where his parents now live. Regarding Norrie’s parents, there is little information available.