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Stat of the Day: Cam Norrie records 100th tour-level win of career
The Indian Wells champion is now also a win away from his 50th tour-level win of the year.
Published Nov 01, 2021
Cam Norrie hit another milestone in his career-best season in Paris on Monday, beating Federico Delbonis, 6-2, 6-1, for the 100th tour-level win of his career.
The Brit, who recently won the biggest title of his career at the Masters 1000 event in Indian Wells, is now 100-81 in his career in tour-level matches.
“It’s obviously a great milestone and it shows I have been on the tour and have a little bit of experience now,” he told ATPTour.com afterwards.
Norrie is 49-21 so far this year, meaning that he’s gotten almost exactly half of all of his career tour-level wins in just one season—he was 51-60 coming into 2021.
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Norrie will go for another milestone—his 50th win of the year—in the second round in Paris. He’ll take on either Reilly Opelka or Filip Krajinovic.