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62LTA Player GuideLTA >Peter NorfolkA motorcycle accident in 1979 left Peter as a paraplegic. A spinal complication in 2000 resulted in Peter losing strength in his right arm, shoulder, elbow and wrist, and resulted in him starting to play wheelchair tennis in the Quad division. He has gone on to become Britain's most decorated wheelchair tennis player in history and arguably the most successful player ever in the Quad division. He is a four-time Paralympic medallist and won gold in the quad singles at both the Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. Peter has won 19 major career singles title at either Grand Slam or Super Series level. He is also a three-time Wheelchair Tennis Singles Masters champion in the quad division. Peter has been the year-end world No.1 quad singles player in five of the last eight seasons. He was awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List in 2005 and an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List in 2009. He gained the moniker 'The Quadfather' in the lead up to the 2008 Beijing Paralympics, is married with two children and is a partner in a mobility specialist company that he founded in 1989.2011 Singles Activity:January RU Australian Open April WR Pensacola Open, WR Florida Open2011 Doubles Activity:January WR Australian Open April SF Pensacola Open, RU Florida Open Year End rankings: Singles 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 7 7 Plays: Right-handedLives: Alton, HampshireCareer Titles (singles): 45Career Titles (doubles): 15Coach: Stuart Wilkinson2011 Win-Loss: 10-2Highest Ranking: 1 (September 2003)Twitter: @petenorfolkWebsite:

GuideLTA Player Guide63GRAND SLAM RECORD W-L 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02Wimbledon(Doubles) 0-1 1r Year End rankings: Singles 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 13 22 37 28 65 163 >David PhillipsonDavid is a former world No.2 junior player. In 2007 he was a member of the GB team that won the junior event at the Invacare World Team Cup. He won his first international men's singles title in 2006 and reached the second round of the Beijing Paralympics. In 2009 he became the national men's singles champion for the first time. David is also a two-time men's doubles national champion (2008 and 2009) and he played in the men's wheelchair doubles at Wimbledon in 2008. David enjoyed a landmark season on the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour in 2010, reaching the quarter-finals of three of the four Super Series tournaments. He also helped GB to fourth place in the men's event at the World Team Cup in Turkey. David started 2011 by returning to his career best world No.11 ranking after finishing runner-up in the ITF 2 Series Queensland Open where he also won the men's doubles.2011 Singles Activity:January RU Brisbane, SF Adelaide March QF Baton Rouge April QF Pensacola, 1r Boca Raton2011 Doubles Activity:January WR Brisbane, SF Adelaide, March SF Baton Rouge April 1r Pensacola, QF Boca RatonBorn: 01.01.89Plays: Right-handedLives: Bingham, NottinghamshireCareer Titles (singles): 5 Career Titles (doubles): 9Coach: Martyn Whait2011 Win-Loss: 9-5Highest Ranking: 7 (Apr 2009)Twitter: NoneWebsite: None Year End rankings: Singles 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 14 17 26 66 77>Gordon ReidGordon started playing wheelchair tennis in 2005 after contracting transverse myelitis shortly before his 13th birthday. He has made progress every season since, becoming Britain's youngest national champion at the age of 15 in 2007 and the youngest British men's No.1 shortly before his 18th birthday. His first big breakthrough came at the 2006 British Open when he won both the Men's Second Draw Singles and Boys' Junior Singles. In 2007 he collected his first senior international NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour singles title and in 2008 he made his debut at the Paralympic Games and at Wimbledon. In January 2009 became world No.1 junior. Gordon has continued to make fine progress throughout the last two seasons and has won three NEC Tour singles titles. He was undefeated as a member of the winning GB Junior team at the 2007 ITF World Team Cup and has become a regular in the senior GB team competing at the World Team Cup.2011 Singles Activity:March QF Baton Rouge April QF Sun City2011 Doubles Activity:March SF Baton Rouge Born: 02.10.91Plays: Left-handedLives: Helensburgh, ScotlandCareer Titles (singles): 13Career Titles (doubles): 12Coach: Karen Ross2011 Win-Loss: 4-3Highest Ranking: 13 (September 2010)Twitter: @GordonReid91Website: None