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Lexus Wheelchair Tennis National Finals 2023: Preview, draws & results


A ground-breaking 2023 domestic wheelchair tennis season comes to an end this weekend when 38 players line up to contest six singles and a selection of doubles draws at the Lexus Wheelchair Tennis National Finals.

The culmination of a calendar that has included nine regional tournaments around the country, as well as county championships and, for the first time, the inclusion of wheelchair tennis in the Play Your Way To Wimbledon, powered by Vodafone initiative, this year’s National Finals again offers competitive opportunities for players of all ages and abilities.

Titles will be contested in men’s, women’s and quad events, for players whose disability affects three or more limbs. Meanwhile, many of the country’s leading younger players will contest 18 and Under singles and doubles events, with some players supported by our National Age Group programmes integrating in the senior draws.

Here's everything you need to know about this year's competition.

When is the Lexus Wheelchair Tennis National Finals 2023 taking place?

The Lexus Wheelchair Tennis National Finals get underway on Thursday 30 November through to finals day on Sunday 3 December.

The event will be hosted at The Shrewsbury Club in Shrewsbury. Home to world-class tennis facilities, the tournament is hosted on the club’s indoor courts.

Who is competing at the Lexus Wheelchair Tennis National Finals 2023?


Mark Langeveld and Kevin Lewis, both champions in multiple LTA Regional Series tournaments this year, top the men’s singles seeding, while the leading contenders for the women’s singles title include Naomie Tarver, also a multiple winner of LTA Regional Series tournaments during 2023.

Langeveld and Tarver went on to finish as runners-up in the national finals for Play Your Way To Wimbledon, powered by Vodafone, at the All England Club in August.

Among the players vying for both the men’s singles and quad singles titles at the Lexus Wheelchair Tennis National Finals will be three-time National quad singles champion Gary Cox, who was the latest wheelchair player to become an LTA Colour Holder earlier this year after he made his debut for Great Britain at the World Team Cup.

Lexus Wheelchair Tennis National Finals draws & results

Get the latest draws, results and schedules from the Lexus Wheelchair Tennis National Finals in Shrewsbury.

Draws & results

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