On August 23, 1995, Cameron Norrie was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. Cameron’s mother Helen is Welsh and his father David is Scottish, but when Cameron was three years old, the family emigrated from South Africa to Auckland, New Zealand.
Additionally, he has a sister named Bronwen. According to the Lawn Tennis Association, both of Cameron’s parents were accomplished squash players who first introduced him to tennis when he was a small child.
Young Cameron began playing tennis on his driveway in New Zealand because of her. The tennis player was raised here before moving to the US to pursue his academic interests.
On April 4, 2022, he attained a career-high singles ranking of No. 10 and a doubles ranking of No. 123. (on 23 August 2021). 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 men’s singles in Great Britain. He has been stationed in Putney, southwest London, ever since going pro (close to Wimbledon).
Norrie made the decision to travel to New Zealand and stay with his parents for the remainder of the year when the Indian Wells Masters was postponed in March 2020 at the start of the pandemic lockdowns.