‘A new national hero.’ Former Frog Cam Norrie moves on to Wimbledon semis in front of home crowd

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Cam Norrie has reached the Wimbledon men’s singles semifinals, where he will face defending champion Novak Djokovic (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)


By Melissa Triebwasser
Frogs Today staff writer


In front of his home crowd and members of the royal family, former TCU Men’s Tennis star Cam Norrie became Britain’s first male semi-finalist since 2016, beating David Goffin in five sets Tuesday at the All England Club.

Norrie, who came into the day’s match ranked 46 spots ahead of his challenger, struggled from the open, dropping the first set 6-3 before bouncing back to even things up with a 7-5 decision. The two would trade sets through the first four, as Norrie never seemed to quite gain his footing under the cascading cheers from a pro-Brit crowd.

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