Meet the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters Players

The 2017 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters will be contested by 22 of the world's leading players.

The top eight ranked men's and women's singles players and the top six ranked quad singles players on the ITF’s UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis World Rankings of 16 November qualify for this year's prestigious tournament in Loughborough.

Antony Cotterill is the latest Brit who will contest the 2017 NEC Masters after the withdrawal of Dutch world No.6 Sam Schroder from the quad singles field. Meanwhile Ymanitu Silva of Brazil will also contest the quad singles. World No 9 Silva will make his NEC Mastera debut following the withdrawal of world No.3 Dylan Alcott of Australia.


Men's Singles (rankings as at 16 October)

Rank Name Nation
1  Gustavo Fernandez  ARG
2  Stephane Houdet  FRA
3  Alfie Hewett  GBR
4  Gordon Reid  GBR
5  Nicolas Peifer  FRA
6  Stefan Olsson  SWE
7  Joachim Gerard  BEL
8  Shingo Kunieda  JPN


Women's Singles  (rankings as at 16 October)

Rank Name Nation
1  Yui Kamiji  JPN
2  Diede de Groot  NED
4  Sabine Ellerbrock  GER
5  Marjolein Buis   NED
6  Aniek van Koot  NED
7  Lucy Shuker  GBR
8  Kgothatso Montjane  RSA
9  Katharina Kruger  GER


Quad Singles  (rankings as at 16 October)

Rank Name Nation
1  David Wagner  USA
2  Andy Lapthorne  GBR
4  Lucas Sithole  RSA
5  Heath Davidson  AUS
8  Antony Cotterill  GBR
9  Ymanitu Silva  BRA


Visit the ITF website for the latest UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Rankings.

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