Gordon Reid

Gordon Reid

Gordon Reid is a phenomenally talented wheelchair tennis player, having won the Australian Open, Wimbledon and a singles gold medal at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Overall, he has won two singles and nine doubles grand slam titles adding his most recent doubles titles at the US Open and Wimbledon with partner Alfie Hewett. Gordon will be hoping to retain his current excellent form and collect more grand slam titles on his way to The Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

Achievements

2016 – 2018 Three times Wimbledon, Doubles Grand Slam Champion
2017 Australian Open, Doubles Grand Slam Champion
2015, 2017 US Open, two-time Doubles Grand Slam Champion
2016 Rio Gold & Silver medal winner
2016 Wimbledon, Singles Grand Slam Champion
2016 Australian Open, Singles Grand Slam Champion
2015 – 2016 French Open, two-time Doubles Grand Slam Champion

Accept no limits

Born in Alexandria, Scotland in 1991, Gordon was a fit, keen and talented tennis player until the week before his 13th birthday, when he was tragically struck down by a rare condition called Transverse Myelitis.
Despite being paralysed from the waist down, Gordon bounced back and started playing the game he loved, only this time, in a wheelchair. At the age of sixteen, three years after contracting this illness, he proudly wore the GB shirt at his first Paralympic Games in Beijing.

A Paralympian was made

In 2016 Gordon won his first ever Grand Slam singles wheelchair title at the Australian Open, followed by the doubles title at Roland Garros. In July, he followed this with his second Grand Slam victory in the inaugural men’s singles wheelchair event at the Championship Wimbledon as well as winning the men’s doubles.
At the Rio Paralympics 2016, representing GB, Gordon won the Gold medal in the men’s wheelchair tennis singles and the Silver medal in the doubles.
Gordon shows no signs of slowing down – he continues to smash boundaries and adds titles to his repertoire and trophies to his cabinet all the time. He’s looking forward to the 2020 Paralympics in Toyko, where we’re sure he’ll continue his winning streak.
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