Supported by the LTA's Wheelchair Tennis World Class Programme.

scheduleLast updated 12/04/2021
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Get to know Andy

Date of birth: 11 Oct 1990 (30)

Place of birth: Hammersmith, London

Lives: Eastcote, Middlesex

Plays: Left-handed

Trains: National Tennis Centre

Coach: Mike Price

Career titles singles: 20

Career titles doubles: 36

Family: One brother

Likes: General sports fan, but especially football, boxing, mixed martial arts and American sports. West Ham United and Brentford FC fan, Washington NFL, Cardinals MLB, New York Knicks NBA

Favourite surface: Hard

Favourite shot: Backhand drop shot

Twitter: @lapstar11

GB RANKING
Great Britain 1
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5 1 arrow_drop_up
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1 31/01/2011
DAVIS CUP TIES PLAYED
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Get to know Andy

Date of birth: 11 Oct 1990 (30)

Place of birth: Hammersmith, London

Lives: Eastcote, Middlesex

Plays: Left-handed

Trains: National Tennis Centre

Coach: Mike Price

Career titles singles: 20

Career titles doubles: 36

Family: One brother

Likes: General sports fan, but especially football, boxing, mixed martial arts and American sports. West Ham United and Brentford FC fan, Washington NFL, Cardinals MLB, New York Knicks NBA

Favourite surface: Hard

Favourite shot: Backhand drop shot

Twitter: @lapstar11

2021 2021 addremove

Started this season by reaching the quad singles semis at the Victorian Open and Australian Open. Finished runner-up in the Australian Open doubles with David Wagner after losing a close match tie-break to Dylan Alcott and Heath Davidson. 

2020 2020 addremove

Reached back-to-back singles finals in Australia before reaching the quad singles final at the Australian Open and then the ITF Bolton Indoor. Reached world No.1 in the quad singles rankings for the first time in his career at the end of January. Reached back-to-back doubles semi-finals in Australia with fellow Brit Antony Cotterill before partnering Cotterill to win the quad doubles at Bolton Indoor. Won his fourth US Open quad doubles title and his second with Australian Dylan Alcott before finishing rubber-up to Alcott in quad singles at Roland Garros.

2019 2019 addremove

Reached the inaugural Wimbledon quad singles final before finishing runner-up to Australian Dylan Alcott and won the inaugural Wimbledon quad doubles title partnering Alcott. Won his second US Open quad singles title and partnered Alcott to win the quad doubles title. A week later he went on to win his second US Open USTA Championships Super Series singles title.    

2018 2018 addremove

Won the ITF 1 Sardinia Open and ITF 2 Bolton Indoor quad singles titles. Partnered Antony Cotterill to win the Sardinia Open quad doubles title and American David Wagner to win the US Open Grand Slam and US Open USTA Championships Super Series doubles titles.  

Career highlights Career highlights addremove

Two-time Grand Slam singles champion (US Open 2014, 2019), ten-time Grand Slam doubles champion (Australian Open 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017), Wimbledon 2019), US Open 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). Three-time Paralympic medallist (Rio 2016 singles silver, London 2012 doubles silver and Rio 2016 doubles bronze). Three-time World Team Cup champion (2009, 2014, 2017) representing Great Britain. Two-time Doubles Masters champion (2010, 2016).    

Early career Early career addremove

Born with cerebral palsy. Started playing wheelchair tennis aged 10 after first trying the sport at a wheelchair tennis camp. Former world ranked junior No.6, Junior Masters qualifier and GB World Team Cup Junior Team Member. Classified into the sport’s quad division in 2008. 

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