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Lucy Shuker of Team Great Britain plays a forehand during the Wheelchair Women's Doubles gold medal match against Diede de Groot and Aniek van Koot of Team Netherlands on day 11 of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games at Ariake Tennis Park on September 04, 2021

Lucy Shuker

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Last updated: 16/05/2022

Silver medalist Lucy Shuker (L) and Jordanne Whiley of Team Great Britain celebrate during the medal ceremony for the Women's Doubles Gold Medal Match on day 11 of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games a

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SURFACE: Hard

SHOT: Drop shot and volley

COACH

Taro Keens

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PLAYSRight-handed

BACKHANDOne-handed

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FAVOURITE

SURFACE:Hard

SHOT:Drop shot and volley

COACH

Taro Keens

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About

QUICK-FIRE FACTS

  • Date of birth: 28 May 1980
  • Place of birth: Doha, Qatar
  • Lives: Three Legged Cross, Dorset
  • Trains: National Tennis Centre and West Hants Tennis Club, Bournemoth
  • Family: Born in Qatar, where her father worked. A Hampshire county badminton player prior to her motorcycle accident, Shuker’s brother Matthew is also an accomplished badminton player and has played for England.
  • Likes: Mixed martial arts (especially George Saint Pierre). Martin Navratilova, F1, has taken up kayaking during lockdown.

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