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Wheelchair tennis star Ben Bartram sat in his wheelchair on court at the World Team Cup while holding his tennis racket

Ben Bartram

GB RANKING3

WORLD RANKING24

CAREER HIGH
22/08/2022 16

ITF TITLES28

WORLD TEAM CUP TIES26

Last updated: 09/07/2024

Male handicapped tennis player hitting a ball

FAVOURITE

SURFACE: Clay

SHOT: Backhand

COACH

Neil Plaskett

AGE19

PLAYSRight-handed

BACKHANDOne-handed

LTA SUPPORT Wheelchair Tennis Performance Pathway Pro Scholarship Programme

TURNED PRO2019

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FAVOURITE

SURFACE:Clay

SHOT:Backhand

COACH

Neil Plaskett

Get to know Ben Bartram

About

Quick-fire facts

  • Place of birth: Norwich
  • Lives: Norwich, Norfolk
  • Trains: Easton College, Norwich
  • Likes: Rafael Nadal, chicken burgers, Post Malone, Norwich City

Tennis beginnings

Started playing wheelchair tennis aged 11 after attending a Tennis Foundation have-a-go day, shortly after the Rio Olympics, and was first selected to represent the GB junior team at the 2018 World Team Cup, aged 12.

Batram was inspired to play wheelchair tennis by fellow Norfolk-born player Alfie Hewett. 

Tennis Career

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