Tennis player Cameron Norrie is from the United Kingdom. In singles, he achieved a career-high ranking of No. 10, and in doubles, No. 123. He has won four singles titles on the ATP Tour and one doubles trophy. Since 18 October 2021, Norrie has topped the men’s singles rankings in Great Britain.
He was born on August 23, 1995, to David and Helen Norrie in Johannesburg, South Africa. At the age of 16, he relocated to his parent’s country of the United Kingdom. He spent three years there before starting college at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth in 2014. He left TCU in June 2017 to pursue a career in tennis during the ATP Tour’s 2017 grass-court season.
Since going pro, he has called southwest London’s Putney home. When the Indian Wells Masters was postponed in March 2020, at the start of the pandemic lockdowns, Norrie decided to fly to New Zealand and spend the remaining months of the year with his parents.
Norrie competed in three events in January 2017 and advanced to the semifinals of the Maui Challenger to climb to the world’s No. 238 position. Norrie became a hitting partner for the British team for the Davis Cup World Group match against France.
After completing three of the four years of his undergraduate program, Norrie turned professional in June. He competed at the Surbiton and Nottingham Challengers while continuing to maintain a Fort Worth training facility at TCU.
Who is Cameron Norrie’s Mother?
Cameron Norrie’s mother is called Helen Norrie. She is from the United Kingdom, specifically from Wales.