Cameron Norrie has done it again, winning his 2nd Challenger title in as many weeks.
Cameron won the ATP Challenger at Stockton this weekend to go along with last weeks win at the Tiburon Challenger. He has now gone 10 matches undeafeated.
On his way to the final, Cameron beat fellow Brit Brydan Klein over 3 sets in the last 16, before beating last weeks finalist and 2nd seed Tennys Sandgren and 3rd seed Michael Mmoh in straight sets in the Quarter Final and Semi Final respectively. He then beat 6th seed Darian King in the final in convincing fashion with a 6-1, 6-3 win. As a result of the win, Cameron now moves up to 111 in the World Rankings and since after Wimbledon has won 26 in his last 30 matches.
Cameron now has 3 ATP Challenger titles to his name and heads to the ATP Challenger at Fairfield with lots of confidence.