Antony Cotterill

Antony first played wheelchair tennis in 2004, whilst still in rehabilitation. After playing in the National Championships he made his quad singles international tour debut at the 2005 Belgian Open. He gained his first quad singles world ranking in August 2005 and won his first quad singles main draw title in Sunderland in March 2007.

Having won gold, silver and bronze medals as part of Great Britain teams at a number of World Team Cups, Antony made his Paralympic debut at Rio 2016.

Antony’s interests and hobbies outside of tennis include spending time with family and friends, reading and watching sports of any kind.

He has an NQV level 3 as a car and HGV mechanic.

Antony was injured in a fall into a shallow swimming pool in 2003.

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