Cameron Norrie joins fellow Brit Katie Boulter in second round of the US Open after battling back from going a set down against Russia’s Alexander Shevchenko

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Cameron Norrie joins fellow Brit Katie Boulter in second round of the US Open after battling back from going a set down against Russia’s Alexander Shevchenko

  • Cameron Norrie has qualified for the second round of the US Open
  • The 28-year-old joins fellow Brit Katie Boulte in the next round of the competition
  • Norrie had to battle back after going a set down against Russian opposition 

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Cameron Norrie is through to the second round of the US Open as Britain’s successful start Stateside continues.

The 28-year-old came through a tough first round tie against Russia’s Alexander Shevchenko in New York on Tuesday.

Norrie is one of several British stars to qualify for the next stage of the Grand Slam after Lily Miyazaki and Katie Boulter both recorded victories on the women’s side of the competition.

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A difficult opening first set saw the British number one rally from losing the first set to respond with two quick-fire wins in the next two sets.

Norrie will now wait to find out who his opponent will be for the next round that will take place on Wednesday.

Cameron Norrie is through to the second round of the US Open as Britain's successful start Stateside continues

Cameron Norrie is through to the second round of the US Open as Britain’s successful start Stateside continues

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