Norrie


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Nor·rie

(nōr'ē),
Gordon, Danish ophthalmologist, 1855-1941. See: Norrie disease.
References in classic literature ?
In one miscellaneous section he came upon a "Norrie's Epitome." He turned the pages reverently.
KATIE Boulter and Cameron Norrie claimed two match victories in their Hopman Cup debut but missed out on a place in the final finishing second in their group behind Switzerland.
On song Norrie McCulloch recorded album at Tolbooth where he is due to perform next month
TENNIS NO WAY INTO THE TOP 40 FOR NORRIE CAMERON NORRIE'S hopes of cracking the world's top 40 are over for this week after he was knocked out of the Italian Open.
It is only just over a year since Norrie produced one of the more remarkable Davis Cup debuts by defeating Roberto Bautista Agut from two sets down in Spain in one of his first professional matches on clay.
Casper Ruud, Kyrgios' opponent in Rome, claimed the Australian should be banned for six months, but Norrie is broadly supportive of Kyrgios.
After making huge strides in the last two years, this summer could be the one when Cameron Norrie becomes a household name.
BRITAIN'S Cameron Norrie secured his spot in the second round of the ASB Classic in Auckland with a straight-sets victory over Frenchman Benoit Paire.
" Federer made an impressive start in preparation for his Australian Open title defence with a seemingly effortless 6-1, 6-1 victory over Cameron Norrie on Sunday.
Earlier in the day, relative unknown Cameron Norrie downed rising star Stefanos Tsitsipas, as the British underdogs beat Greece 2-1 in Group B.
Norrie Garrett, 80, lost the majority of his vision to a haemorrhage and macular degeneration four years ago following an old eye injury.
mail.sport@birminghammail.co.uk CAMERON Norrie ensured Great Britain could bid a fond farewell to the traditional Davis Cup format in Glasgow.