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

Find out more about all of Britain's elite wheelchair tennis players

scheduleLast updated 24/08/2021
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5 21/10/2015
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Get to know Antony

Born: 13 February 1980 (29)

Lives: Holmfirth, West Yorkshire

Plays: Right-handed

Trains: Thongsbridge Tennis Club

Career titles singles: 10

Career titles doubles: 33

Family: Lives at home in Holmfirth with partner Debbie.

Twitter: @AntCotterill

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Great Britain 2
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10
CAREER HIGH
3 17/04/2017
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Get to know Antony

Born: 13 February 1980 (29)

Lives: Holmfirth, West Yorkshire

Plays: Right-handed

Trains: Thongsbridge Tennis Club

Career titles singles: 10

Career titles doubles: 33

Family: Lives at home in Holmfirth with partner Debbie.

Twitter: @AntCotterill

2021 2021 addremove

British Open quad doubles finalist with Andy Lapthorne after beating American second seeds Barten and Wagner in the semi-finals. Sardinia Open and Open des Hauts-de-France quad doubles finalist. Selected for Tokyo Paralympics.

2020 2020 addremove

Wrexham Indoor quad singles finalist. Bolton Indoor quad doubles champion partnering Andy Lapthorne. 

2019 2019 addremove

Prague Cup Czech Indoor and Bolton Indoor quad doubles champion. Kobe Open quad singles and doubles champion.

Career highlights Career highlights addremove

Member of Great Britain teams that won the World Team Cup quad title in 2014 and 2017 as well as also being a World Team Cup silver and bronze medallist. Rio 2016 Paralympian. 2016 Doubles Masters champion partnering fellow Brit Andy Lapthorne, Open de France Super Series quad doubles champion 2014, partnering Lapthorne. South African Open Super Series quad doubles champion 2015, partnering Lapthorne and 2017 champion partnering Lucas Sithole (RSA).

Early career Early career addremove

Antony broke his neck after he fell into a shallow swimming pool in September 2003 and first played wheelchair tennis in 2004, whilst still in rehabilitation. After playing in the National Championships he made his quad singles debut on the international Wheelchair Tennis Tour at the 2005 Belgian Open.

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