Who is Cameron Norrie’s Girlfriend Louise Jacobi?

Published 10/18/2021, 1:54 AM EDT


Cameron Norrie is a professional tennis player from Great Britain. After turning pro in 2017, Norrie clinched an ATP doubles title at Estoril Open 2018, partnering with fellow Brit Kyle Edmund. In 2021, Norrie defeated Brandon Nakashima in the finals of the Los Cabos Open to claim his first ATP singles title. In the same year, he also became the British No. 1 player. Subsequently, Cameron Norrie also won his first ATP 1000 tournament at Indian Wells Masters 2021, beating Nikoloz Basilashvili in the finals. 

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Norrie was born in South Africa and is a graduate of Texas Christian University in Auckland, New Zealand. The British star maintains a fairly private social life but is believed to be dating Louise Jacobi.

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Everything we know about Cameron Norrie’s girlfriend Louise Jacobi

Cameron Norrie hasn’t been vocal about his dating life, however, he is currently in a relationship with Louise Jacobi. The pair are believed to have been dating for almost a couple of years now. Jacobi, a citizen of New Zealand, is the founder and director of an interior design company named “Please Don’t Touch“.

Moreover, the lovely couple regularly travel together across the world. Jacobi often posts pictures with Cameron Norrie on her Instagram profile.

 

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Louise Jacobi was seen cheering the Brit throughout his title winning run at Indian Wells 2021. In California, Norrie emphatically lifted his second ATP title of the year and his first ever ATP 1000 title. Jacobi seems to be a lucky charm for Norrie, as the Brit has looked in astonishing form since 2020.

 

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Norrie’s title winning run at Indian Wells 2021

Cameron Norrie had an incredible run at Indian Wells Masters 2021, in California. The Brit clinched his second ATP title ever, both coming in a remarkable 2021 season. He defeated Nikoloz Basilashvili in the most anticipated match of the competition. Despite trailing behind by one set, Norrie created some great momentum to overcome Basilashvili in an epic three-set thriller. 

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In the post-match conference, he said, “What an incredible week I’ve had here. I still don’t really know what I’m experiencing. It was an amazing couple weeks and I’m so happy with how I treated all the occasions, all the big moments, all the matches. I’m so happy, so pleased to win my biggest title.

Oct 13, 2021; Indian Wells, CA, USA; Cameron Norrie (GBR) hits a shot in his fourth round match against Tommy Paul (USA) during the BNP Paribas Open at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

On his way to the final, he overcame some strong players like Diego Schwartzman, Roberto Bautista Agut, and Grigor Dimitrov. With the win against Schwartzman, Norrie matched the record of World No.1, Novak Djokovic for most wins in 2021. Norrie surpassed Nole and bagged his 45th win in the semi-final against Grigor Dimitrov.

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Tennis – ATP 500 – Hamburg European Open – Am Rothenbaum, Hamburg, Germany – September 22, 2020 Georgia’s Nikoloz Basilashvili in action during his first round match against Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut REUTERS/Cathrin Mueller
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Atri Bhatt

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Atri Bhatt is a Tennis author at EssentiallySports. He is pursuing his Master's degree in Sports Management from Deakin University, Australia. In addition to critically analysing the game, he also plays tennis professionally.

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