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Lucy Shuker among winners at Bath Indoor Tennis Tournament

Britain’s Lucy Shuker was among the winners as the University of Bath Sports Training Village hosted five fantastic days of world-class competition at the inaugural Bath Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament. Shuker, a double Paralympic medallist from Taunton, maintained her unbeaten record with Diede de Groot of the Netherlands as they claimed the women’s double title

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Paralympic stars head to Bath Indoor Tennis Tournament

Paralympic stars and University of Bath alumni head entry for Bath Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament. Paralympic stars and University of Bath alumni head the entry for the inaugural Bath Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament taking place this month. Held at the world-class University of Bath Sports Training Village, the event will make its debut in the

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Brits Shuker, Cotterill and Lapthorne net Doubles Masters titles

Antony Cotterill, Andy Lapthorne and Lucy Shuker ensured a brace of UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters titles for players on the Tennis Foundation’s Wheelchair Tennis World Class Programme on Sunday when, between them, they clinched victory in the quad doubles and women’s doubles finals in Mission Viejo, California. Cotterill and Lapthorne secured an all-British triumph in

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Wimbledon champions and Rio medal hopes at British Open

Britain’s Wimbledon champions Gordon Reid, Alfie Hewett and Jordanne Whiley (pictured above) are among 25 world top 10 ranked players aiming to boost their Rio 2016 Paralympic aspirations when the 27th British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships takes place at Nottingham Tennis Centre from 26 – 31 July.   Organised by the Tennis Foundation, the British

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Record breaking weekend for Wheelchair Tennis at Wimbledon

On a great weekend for the Tennis Foundation’s Wheelchair Tennis World Class Programme, Jordanne Whiley and Japan’s Yui Kamiji also made their own piece of history at the third Grand Slam of the year when the second seeds became the first partnership to win a hat-trick of Wimbledon ladies’ doubles titles.  Whiley and Kamiji, the 2014 and

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Shuker and Whiley meet at inaugural Wimbledon singles

British No.1 Jordanne Whiley and British No.2 Lucy Shuker will meet for the first time in Grand Slam singles competition on Thursday after the draws were made on Tuesday for the inaugural Wimbledon wheelchair tennis singles events. With five Brits on the Tennis Foundation’s Wheelchair Tennis World Class Programme contesting this week’s historic men’s and

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Whiley and Reid clinch second Roland Garros doubles titles

Jordanne Whiley and Gordon Reid and won their second Roland Garros women’s and men’s doubles titles apiece on Saturday with their respective Japanese partners Yui Kamiji and Shingo Kunieda. Meanwhile, another successful Grand Slam tournament for players on the Tennis Foundation’s Wheelchair Tennis World Class Programme saw Reid finish runner-up in Paris in his second men’s singles final

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Whiley edged out in close encounter in Paris

Jordanne Whiley is out of the singles competition after losing to Sabine Allerbrock in three sets.  Whiley saw her bid to reach her first Roland Garros singles final come to an end in the semi-finals after a close  encounter against Ellerbrock. After dropping the opening set world No.4 Whiley raced through the second set. However, the

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