Cameron Norrie had the privilege to meet world No. 2 Andy Murray at the Aegon Championships in Queen's. The 22-year-old made his debut at the Queen's Club past June. The Briton lost in round one but left Queen's with something to be happy about.

Murray, the record five-time Queen's champion, was preparing on the grass of Queen's ahead of Wimbledon. The 2016 champion suffered a huge disappointment as he lost in the first-round to Australia's Jordan Thompson. However, the Scot "shined" off the court.

"Andy came up to Cameron in the locker room at the Queen’s Club and introduced himself," David Norrie, the father of the 22-year-old, revealed, per The Independent.

That's not all

Murray and Norrie didn't stop there as the two went on to prepare together for Wimbledon. Norrie was preparing to kick off his debut campaign at The All England Club, while 2016 Wimbledon champion Murray was due to defend his title.

Norrie's run was short lived since he couldn't make it past French star Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the first-round. On the other side, Murray lost in the last eight to USA's Sam Querrey -- the player who beat Norrie in round one at the Queen's Club.

Father David said the two "hit quite a lot together" before the start of Wimbledon. The father then added the "experience of playing and preparing" with Murray had shown his son "just how focused you must be" to be in order to reach the top.

Murray, the guy to be looked upon

Father David "absolutely" believes his son Cameron should look up to Murray. The Scot has always been known as a hard working guy, who is always trying to find ways to get better. Moreover, the elder Norrie didn't back down while describing how good of a person the world No. 2 is.

The father said his son was ''amazed'' seeing Murray not wasting a single ball in practice, and added the Scot is a ''great role model.''

The elder Norrie claimed that he doesn't understand those who don't like Murray.

''Off the court, he’s erudite, witty and balanced. He shows great humility as well,'' he added.

Father David also revealed he suspected Murray figured out that his son wanted to come up to him but had no courage. Three-time Grand Slam champion Murray has always been open to advising those who ask, especially to young British players.

That wasn't all from the father, who also said that Murray's act after realizing that his son lacked courage ''speaks volumes.''

Current world No. 225 Norrie has been improving since the grass season. Norrie reached his career-high ranking of No. 187 at the beginning of August.