Asked at the end of our interview how he feels about making the most of himself over the next bunch of seasons, the 23-year-old Norrie responds, “I am lucky to be traveling the world and playing tennis for a living. ... I am grateful to be where I am right know and trying to make the most of it. Everything is going my way and that is how I want to keep it. I don’t ever want to get ahead of myself.”
Britain's Kyle Edmund and Cameron Norrie claimed the first ATP Tour doubles title of their careers by winning the Estoril Open.
Cameron commented, “I’m very honoured to be recognised by Tennis Scotland and to be following in the footsteps of so many great names. Jamie Murray, Andy Murray and Gordon Reid have all been world No1 in their discipline, so these are very hard shoes to fill.”
For most professional tennis players, the sport is a way for an athlete to see the world. But for Cameron Norrie, the ATP World Tour has been more of a place to call home.
Lloyd, who captained Britain's Davis Cup team from 2006 to 2010, said Norrie's performance was "staggering".
"Out Of The Spotlight" is a documentary that we did together (Bruno Tiberti and Benja Giussani) in collaboration with all the participants. For a year we were interviewing the key figures of tennis in Argentina so that they can explain the sacrifice that requires to be a professional tennis player.
Cleveland, OH (August 9th, 2017) – Boutique sports management company Topnotch Management announced today the signing of rising British tennis player Cameron Norrie to a global representation agreement. The 21-year-old Norrie will be managed by Topnotch Management Agent, James Beres.
“It’s not every day you’re able to sign a talent like Cameron,” explained Beres. “His record on the court speaks for itself: he’s been one of the best college tennis players for the past three years representing Texas Christian University (TCU). What makes him a special signing for us is his work ethic and his consistency in events. We truly believe he can become one of the top tennis players in the world.”
Norrie had an outstanding three-year career at TCU before turning pro this summer. En-route to earning All-American and All-Big 12 honors, he won numerous awards such as ITA Texas Region Player to Watch, 2017 Big 12 Player of the Year, 2017 All-Big 12 Singles First Team, 2017 All-Big 12 Doubles Second Team, 2017 Big 12 Tournament Most Outstanding Player, and 2017 Big 12 All-Tournament Team: No. 1 Singles.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the Topnotch Management team,” said Norrie. “They’ve repeatedly proven their ability to guide players through the transition to the pros, and I know their support and expertise will be instrumental to my success as I compete on the ATP circuit. I already know that I have the ability to compete with top players and working with Topnotch is a great step to advancing my career.”
This past summer has seen a number of high profile wins for Cameron, including his first ATP main draw victory after defeating the no. 49 ranked Horacio Zeballos, at the 2017 Aegon International Eastbourne. South African-born Norrie also won his first ATP Challenger Tour title this past July in Binghamton, New York, against ATP Top-100 player, Jordan Thompson. The 21-year-old Norrie is currently ranked a career high no. 187 in the ATP rankings.
About Topnotch Management:
Topnotch Management is a boutique sports representation agency headquartered in Cleveland, OH, specializing in world-class representation, service and event management in the golf and tennis industries. TNM shares ownership with Grand Slam Tennis Tours, creating a portfolio of robust global capabilities. For more information visit www.topnotchmanagement.com or on Twitter, @topnotchmgmt.
Kyle Ross, Director of PR
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