British tennis player Cameron Norrie’s career seems to have taken a good step forward. Norrie won his first ATP Tour Challenger Title.
He reveals he look up to Andy Murray & said “I’ve watched Murray this summer and he’s an absolute beast.
He doesn’t waste a point and doesn’t waste a ball. “He’s 100 per cent all the time. I had one really good practice with him at Wimbledon, right before Eastbourne, and you can learn a lot from his professionalism and mentality to always get better.”
Cameron broke into Top-200 for the first time in his young career . Norrie switched allegiances to Great Britain in 2013 after rising to become one of the top junior players in the world. “I’m so pumped for that,” Norrie told USTA Pro Circuit broadcaster Mike Cation on the ATP official website.
“I got some messages from some coaches and one said to me to not be satisfied yet.”
ROGERS CUP : Andy Murray gets the top seed
Andy Murray has been installed as the top seed at the Rogers Cup Canadian Open tennis championships, but there’s no guarantee the world’s top-ranked player will be 100 per cent healthy.
Murray has been struggling with a hip injury and was limping as he lost to Sam Querrey at Wimbledon. Murray has been undergoing an extensive rehabilitation program and last week posted a video which featured him against a wall.
He’s aiming for a strong performance at the U.S. Open and is scheduled to play warmup events in Montreal and the following week in Cincinnati.