Reid will go for it in season’s last comp
Helensburgh tennis star Gordon Reid has been confirmed as one of the top four British players who will compete at the NEC WheelchairTennis Masters in London next month.
Reid, 24, will join Rio quad singles silver medallist Andy Lapthorne, JordanneWhiley and Lucy Shuker to fly the flag for Britain at the ITF’s year-end wheelchair tennis singles championship at the LeeValley Hockey andTennis Centre in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
A delighted Reid said:“I know you are only as good as your last match and that the competition will be really intense at the NECWheelchair Tennis Masters.
“I’m just going to knuckle down and work hard to give myself every opportunity to win this title.That would be a dream finale to my year.”
Competition is set to be tough in all of the disciplines, with Joachim Gerard (Belgium), Jiske Griffioen (Netherlands) and David Wagner (USA), the respective reigning men’s, women’s and quad champions, all returning to defend their titles.
The competition will take place from November 30 until December 4.
Ready to play Gordon Reid