Antony Cotterill to contest second NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters


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Antony Cotterill

Quad singles world No. 8 Antony Cotterill is set to contest the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters for the second successive year following the withdrawal of Dutchman Sam Schroder from this year's event.

Cotterill made his NEC Masters debut in London in 2016 and becomes the fifth Brit home fans can cheer for when the ITF's year-end championship for the world's leading wheelchair tennis singles plalyers gets underway this year at the Sport Loughborough Tennis Centre on 29 November.

Cotterill again joins compatrriot and world No. 2 Andy Lapthorne among the field of six players for the quad singles.

Tickets - Buy now!

Tickets are available now, priced just £8 for adults, with half price concessions and under 18’s just £1!


For the full list of this year's NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters entries visit our Players page.

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