Cameron Norrie is now men’s British No.1 and has been representing Great Britain since 2013, having spent most of his junior career in New Zealand, where he grew up.

Since turning pro in 2017, Norrie has continued on an upward trajectory, rising through the ATP rankings and achieving a career-high of world No.8 in 2022 – becoming the fourth British male to break into the ATP Top 10.

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Norrie has taken four ATP singles titles, one ATP doubles title, and seven ITF titles throughout his career so far, with his triumphant win at the 2021 Indian Wells Masters being his biggest accomplishment to date. Norrie has also become an established addition to Great Britain’s Davis Cup team, having represented his nation in the nineties.

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Norrie has lived in South Africa, New Zealand, the US, and now Monaco. Monaco is a sovereign city-state and microstate on the French Riviera a few kilometers west of the Italian region of Liguria, in Western Europe, on the Mediterranean Sea.

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It is bordered by France to the north, east, and west. The principality is home to 38,682 residents, of whom 9,486 are Monégasque nationals; it is widely recognized as one of the most expensive and wealthiest places in the world.

The official language of the principality is French. In addition, Monégasque (a dialect of Ligurian), English, and Italian are spoken and understood by many residents.