Cameron Norrie is a professional tennis player representing Great Britain since 2013. He started on his passion at a young age and spent most of his junior career in New Zealand, where he grew up.
Norrie had a successful junior career, reaching a career-high ITF junior ranking of No. 9 globally. After this, he began playing tennis professionally and represented Britain in 2013.
Since becoming a professional, Norrie has competed on the ATP Tour and achieved notable success. Norrie’s playing style is characterized by his solid baseline game, consistency, and athleticism. He possesses a solid two-handed backhand and moves well on the court.
Is Cameron Norrie half Welsh, English, or Scottish?
Norrie is half Welsh, English, or Scottish because he was born in South Africa and brought up in New Zealand; Norrie was, however, raised by British parents. His father, David, is Scottish, which helps to explain the Scottish-sounding surname ‘Norrie!’
David is from Glasgow and, as Cameron revealed recently, is a huge Rangers fan. But he is also Welsh because his mother comes from Cardiff.
Norrie also moved to London at the age of 16, where he lived for three years before heading to the United States for a tennis scholarship which he completed at TCU in Texas. After his time there, he moved back to London, where he remains.