British tennis star Cam Norrie explains Danill Medvedev’s connection and Wimbledon heroism | Tennis | sport


Cameron Norrie has opened up about his connection to Daniil Medvedev after a career-best result at Wimbledon. The British No.1 has reached his first Grand Slam semi-final, taking a set over Novak Djokovic, and is enjoying his new, more high-profile status thanks to his heroism.

Norrie had never reached week two of a Major until his home Grand Slam earlier this month, where he made it all the way to the semi-finals before falling to eventual champion Djokovic . And the 13 is still training with the best as he recently knocked out world No. 1 Daniil Medvedev in Monaco to prepare for the North American hard-court swing.

“I went to France with Daniil Medvedev and it was great,” said the 26-year-old. Tennis365, discussing their new connection. “He’s my favorite player to watch. My manager is always messaging the best players to train, so hopefully you’ll have more leeway with some of the best players when you’re successful.

Norrie enjoyed more than ‘some’ success at Wimbledon and reflected on his run to the last four. He continued: “Wimbledon was a very cool experience, doing Wimbledon for the second week for the first time, making it to the semi-finals and having a close game with Djokovic.

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