Meet Brit Wimbledon hopeful Cameron Norrie’s interior designer WAG Louise Jacobi

British Wimbledon hopeful Cameron Norrie will be cheered on by his interior designer WAG Louise Jacobi as he bids to reach the last four on Tuesday.

Norrie became the first British male to reach the quarter-finals of the tournament since Andy Murray in 2017 when he beat American Tommy Paul at the weekend, with Jacobi cheering him on from the supporters' box. That win has set up a clash with David Goffin on No.1 Court, with the prize a semi-final meeting with the winner of Novak Djokovic vs Jannik Sinner.

However, who is the business owner cheering her tennis star partner on in the crowd at Wimbledon?

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Jacobi hails from New Zealand, the nation Norrie moved to aged three and lived in for 13 years before arriving in England in 2011. He even represented New Zealand for three years from 2010 to 2013.

She is the founder and director of interior design firm Please Don't Touch as well as running her own fashion and home accessories business called Studio Virgo.

According to the Express, the 23-year-old oversees the creative process and business strategy of Please Don't Touch as part of her role with the company.

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Although it is not known when the couple began dating, Jacobi regularly posts her support for Norrie on social media, including on Instagram, where she has 1,625 followers.

She has maintained her support during his impressive run at this year's Wimbledon as Norrie reached the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam for the first time in his career. Jacobi even shared a snap of her kissing Norrie's face on a billboard earlier this year.

However, she did not hang around to celebrate his fourth round win over Paul and instead headed to Hyde Park to watch the Rolling Stones live in concert.

Ninth seed Norrie is the only British player remaining in either the men's or women's singles at this year's edition of the event, with the tournament now into it's second and final week.

He will remain number 12 in the world after the tournament, with Wimbledon stripped of ranking points due to the ban on Russian and Belarussian players. Norrie had reached a career high ranking of 10 earlier this year.

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