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Wheelchair Wimbledon is just around the corner

With Wimbledon just around the corner, it was great to see that we have a total of 5 British wheelchair tennis players in the doubles this year which is a record !

Grand slam champs Jordanne Whiley and Gordon Reid are among a record five Brits on the Tennis Foundation’s Performance Programme set to contest the men’s and women’s wheelchair tennis doubles events at The Championships, Wimbledon this year after wild cards were announced today for debutants Louise Hunt and Alfie hewett.

The championships have been put back by 1 week this year to give players the chance for some rest and relaxation after the Aegon Championships in Eastbourne this week.
Wheelchair user Jordanne Whiley had this to say “Wimbledon is my favourite tournament and to win there last year as part of the calendar Grand Slam was the realisation of a dream since I was a young child,” said Whiley. “Yui and I really wanted to repeat the calendar Grand Slam again this year and had a tough final at Roland Garros, but we’ll learn from that experience and will thrive off the home support at Wimbledon and aim to keep that title where it belongs.”

It should be interesting with a total of £64,000 in prize money is on offer for the wheelchair tennis doubles competition and the event will be played from Friday 10th July to Sunday 12th July.

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