Re openning his trophy case in 2021 with his title at Los Cabos
Achieved his highest rank (No. 10) on April 2022
Mexico City, June the 27th, 2022.- The main goal of the British (current no. 12 ATP) in the next Mifel Tennis Open will be to show his best game ever by, trying to defend last year´s title.
Not an easy task for Norrie, due to the fact that he`ll probably be facing the Russian Daniil Medvedev (No.1) and the Canadian Félix Auger-Aliassime (No. 9).
With only 26, he is the main (No. 1) representative of the United Kingdom and in recent years has been climbing the ATP rankings, reaching the Top 10 thanks to his great tennis.
Achieving the first of the four titles, precisely in Los Cabos last year. Previously, he was finalist at Auckland in 2019, Estoril 2021, Lyon 2021 and London / Queen’s Club 2021.
This year, he`ll try to maintain momentum from last years performance where he also won the Indian Wells Masters 1000 final. So far the most important victory of his career. Meanwhile winning titles this year at Delray Beach and Lyons.
On the other hand, Norrie will seek to stand out at Wimbledon, this seasons 3rd Grand Slam, aiming to get through the 3rd round and improve his record (26 wins and 14 losses)
The accreditation for national and international media must be done through the website from June 19th, 2023 until July 17th, 2023. It´s important to mention that under no circumstances will media applications be received after the closing date.
All applications for national and international media accreditation must comply with the following requirements established by Mextenis:
Once you have pre-registered online, you will receive a confirmation email with the information (address, date & time) and details to pick up your accreditation. You will need to present an official ID.
Pre-registration does not guarantee that your application will be accepted.
Websites that are associated with any other print, television or radio media that have previously applied for accreditation may be credited proven they meet the necessary requirements.
A maximum of one (1) web journalist without a photographer may be credited. A website (imagenshop.com) will be available for downloading graphic and audiovisual content during and after the event. This material can be downloaded free of charge and will be available to all.
The applicant must submit audited traffic data of the last two years (expressed as unique IP addresses per year).
Only one (1) reporter will be credited.
A maximum of one (1) reporter, one (1) cameraman and one (1) editor may be credited.
Television networks wishing to be credited must comply with the following regulations:
Only (1) reporter and (1) photographer will be credited.
Only (1)reporter and (1) photographer will be credited.
Once the registration is correctly completed, you will receive an email notification confirming that the data was received correctly and that the application is in the process of approval.
Each application is handled on a personal basis, so there is no estimated response time for each application.
If your application is approved, you will receive an e-mail with an ONLINE PRE-REGISTRATION CODE (this code is personal and non-transferable, since it has particular accesses and must match the name of the application or applicant).
This code must be entered in a link that you will receive with your confirmation email to complete the registration process and receive your accreditation letter, which will indicate the date, place and time you will have to pick up your accreditation.
Creditations will not be issued after the date indicated.
The Press Room will be operating from Saturday, July 29th until August 5th, 90 minutes after the end of the event.
Photographers' and cameramen's badges will be handed out in the press room.
There will be a website (www.loscabostennisopen.com) for which both credited and non-credited media will have access to download content, graphic and audiovisual material before, during and after the event. The material available will be free of charge for all media.