Facundo Lugones is the young coach of Cameron Norrie, who is a British professional tennis player. He has reached career-high rankings of world No. 8 in singles and No. 117 in doubles. He has won five ATP Tour singles titles and one doubles title.
Norrie is a supporter of South Sydney Rabbitohs (Australian rugby league club), the New Zealand All Blacks national rugby union team, and Newcastle United Football Club.
Who is Cameron Norrie’s coach Facundo Lugones?
Facundo Lugones is an Argentine tennis coach. He has been a coach since 2015 and has worked full-time with Cameron Norrie since 2017, helping him reach a career-high ranking of World No. 8.
Lugones is 30 years old and was born on July 6, 1992, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He attended Texas Christian University and now resides in Adrogué, Argentina.
Lugones and Norrie met while at Texas Christian University; they were teammates on the Horned Frogs, the university’s tennis team, in Lugones’ final year.
Lugones was chosen by his peers as Coach of the Year in the 2021 ATP Awards.
As a player, Lugones lost to Paul Capdeville in the qualifying first round at the 2011 Argentina Open, in his only appearance in an ATP (main or qualifying) draw. Former professional tennis player Christian Miniussi is his uncle.