Cameron Norrie is a professional tennis player from the United Kingdom. He was born on the 23rd of August 1995. On April 4, 2022,
he earned a career-high ranking of No. 10 in the world in the singles competition, while he was ranked No. 123 in doubles competition (on 23 August 2021).
He won the singles event at four different ATP Tour tournaments, including the 1000 Masters at the 2021 Indian Wells Masters and the doubles event once.
Since the 18th of October 2021, Norrie has held the position of No. 1 in the men’s singles competition in the United Kingdom
David, his father, is a Scottish microbiologist from Glasgow, and Helen, his mother, is a Welsh microbiologist from Cardiff. Norrie was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1995.
Norrie and his family relocated to Auckland, New Zealand when a burglary occurred when he was three years old. When he was 16, he relocated to London, where he stayed for three years before attending Texas Christian University in Fort Worth from 2014 to 2017 as a full-time student.
He dropped out of TCU in June 2017 so he could compete on the grass courts of the 2017 ATP Tour during the grass-court season.
He is based in Putney, southwest London, after going professional (close to Wimbledon). As soon as the pandemic lockdowns began, the Indian Wells Masters in March 2020, Norrie chose to go to New Zealand and stay with his parents there for the remainder of the year.
South Sydney Rabbitohs (rugby league), New Zealand All Blacks (rugby union), and Newcastle United are three of Cameron Norrie’s favourite teams.
How Much is Cameron Norrie Prize Money?
Around $3.6 million is Norrie’s estimated net worth. At least $5 million in prizes have been awarded to him over his career.
Cameron Norrie prize money
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