Cameron Norrie Net Worth


Cameron Norrie’s net worth is estimated at {“name”:”Prize money”,”value”:”$1,993,911″}.
Cameron Norrie was born on 23 August, 1995 in Johannesburg, South Africa, is a British tennis player. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Cameron Norrie’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Age 26 years old
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Born 23 August 1995
Birthday 23 August
Birthplace Johannesburg, South Africa

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Cameron Norrie’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Cameron Norrie is 26 years old and has a net worth of {“name”:”Prize money”,”value”:”$1,993,911″}.

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In 2018, Norrie won his debut Davis Cup match in Spain against world No. 23 Roberto Bautista-Agut, despite only turning professional eight months previously, and last playing on clay in 2013. Norrie, ranked No. 114, came from two sets down, in what former Davis Cup captain John Lloyd said was “one of the most impressive debuts of all time”.

At the 2018 French Open Norrie was a direct entrant into a grand slam for the first time. He played Peter Gojowczyk in the opening round, and won after Gojowczyk retired through injury. In the second round he faced Frenchman Lucas Pouille on the Phillipe Chatrier court. Norrie eventually lost to the French number one in 5 sets, after darkness interrupted play at the end of the 4th set.

Cameron lost in the first round of the Nottingham challenger, Queens Club and Wimbledon. However, he did reach the quarter finals at Eastbourne, despite self-admittedly not being a big fan of the grass surface. After the early exit in 2018 Wimbledon, he succeeded to reach his second ATP Semifinal in 2018 BB&T Atlanta Open after beating Malek Jaziri, no.6 seed Jérémy Chardy and no.2 seed Nick Kyrgios. He then lost to Ryan Harrison in three sets, despite winning the first set. A week later he continued his good form on hard courts, by reaching the quarterfinal of 2018 Los Cabos Open.


In the 2016–17 season, Norrie was the only player to win every Big 12 match he participated in, with a 10-0 record in singles and doubles. In spite of being seeded No 1, Norrie missed the end of season NCAA Championships and put a hold on his studies, so that he could turn professional.


Turning 18, Norrie was ranked No. 1348, but a semifinal showing at the Canada Futures F6 improved his ranking to No. 973, rising to No. 637 by June 2014. Whilst studying at university, he played only sporadically on the tour, falling to No. 1114 in October 2015. On 11 October 2015, Norrie won the USA Futures F29 at Mansfield, Texas, and became ranked 706.

In July, Norrie won his first Challenger title at Binghamton, which had previously been won by Kyle Edmund in 2015, and Andy Murray in 2005.


Norrie switched his allegiance at 16 to Great Britain, the nationality of both his parents, partly due to available funding, spending three years in London by himself. He lived and trained at the National Tennis Centre, later residing with a host family for two years while he continued his training. In 2013, he competed in all the Junior Grand Slams; the Australian Open for New Zealand, then for Great Britain at the French Open, Wimbledon and US Open, but only won one match, in Australia.

In January 2013, Norrie played his first senior tournament at the ATP Auckland Open, winning the first qualifying round.

Norrie played three clay-court events in 2013; the Great Britain Futures F9 second round and F11 quarterfinals, followed by the Boy’s French Open first round. He didn’t play another match on clay until the 2018 Davis Cup against Spain.


Awarded a wild card for Wimbledon, Norrie was beaten by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, the 12th seed, in the opening round.


Cameron Norrie (/ˈ n ɒ r i / ; born 23 August 1995) is a British tennis player.

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