The ATP Finals were a special experience for Norrie who only got in due to injuries but it showcased how far he has come in the past year when he began it outside of the top 50. Being an alternate at the event was a product of many months of hard work and great play that ultimately secured him his maiden ATP 1000 trophy in Indian Wells.
His goals are now firmly lead at leading Team GB to Davis Cup success as he pointed out before Great Britain's first match against France today:
"I think it's great to end the year like this as a team. We're all very tight, we've had a great week so far of practice, a lot of games. We've been really enjoying ourselves."
Norrie will be a crucial player for Team GB that should be competitive in the event. Besides Norrie who is in great shape, there is Dan Evans who is always tricky to beat with his great defensive play and huge fighting spirit. Another strength will be the doubles where they will have Salisbury and Spuski who should fancy their chances against most pairings.
Norrie finished off by saying he is ready to compete noting that playing for your country is a great feeling:
"I feel refreshed. I feel ready to compete. No better way to finish the year than to play for your country, play as a team."