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2016 WDH Sponsors – Lucy Shuker

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In line with the company's ethos, Wimbledon Debenture Holders is donating a proportion of each transaction for reinvestment into the Tennis Community.

ABOUT LUCY


Lucy Shuker is a Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis player who made history at the London 2012 Paralympic Games alongside Jordanne Whiley winning Great Britain’s first ever women’s wheelchair tennis medal.

Currently ranked World No. #7, Lucy started playing wheelchair tennis in 2001 following a motorbike accident which left her paralysed from the chest down. She has gone on to represent Great Britain at both the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Paralympics and was the first Brit to contest the wheelchair tennis events at all four Grand Slams when she played in New York in 2013.

Her other notable achievements include winning the Vitalise Women of Achievement Award in 2011, British Disability Player of the Year 2012 and the ITF Wheelchair Tennis Player Choice Award in 2007 which was voted for by all the players on the world wheelchair tennis tour.

Following her appearance at the Australian Open, Lucy now has a fantastic opportunity to achieve a Gold Medal in Rio alongside her doubles partner Jordanne Whiley. Wimbledon Debentures are delighted to be supporting her on her Road to Rio. For all the latest news check out LucyShuker.com.

To see Lucy and other athletes play in the UK, Buy 2017 Wimbledon Tickets here.

Latest Sponsors Blog

How Lucy Shuker Took Arizona By Storm

Lucy Shuker produced a stunning performance to take the ITF 2 Series Arizona Open in Tucson, USA. But she is doing fantastic things off the tennis court too, raising awareness of Alzheimers and Dementia. In Arizona, Shuker defeated world number four Aniek van Koot of the Netherlands in the singles final. That meant she came […]

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WDH announce continued sponsorship of Paralympic medalist, Lucy Shuker, for 2017

We at WimbledonDebentureHolders.com (WDH) are delighted to announce our continued sponsorship of Paralympic wheelchair tennis medallist, Lucy Shuker, for 2017. Lucy is, without a doubt, one of the most inspirational women we have the privilege to know and we thought it only fitting to make this announcement on International Women’s Day 2017. Lucy demonstrates the values enshrined […]

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Lucy Shuker Paralympic tennis star at the Bolton Indoors Arena 2017

On 22nd February, I travelled over to the bleak and drizzly Bolton Indoors Arena on behalf of the Wimbledon Debenture Holders team, to watch our fantastic wheelchair tennis player, three time Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Player and Double Paralympic Bronze Medallist, Lucy Shuker. Upon arrival into the arena, I was instantly in admiration of all the players […]

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2015 Sponsored Charity - Tennis for Free

Tennis for Free

Tennis for Free works in partnership with local authorities, schools and tennis clubs throughout the UK, providing free access to community tennis courts, free coach led group tennis sessions and free usage of equipment enabling those especially from less privileged backgrounds the opportunity to take up tennis in their local park.

A proportion of each transaction on the website during the 2015 season was donated to the charity.

Patrick Hollwey, Trustee at Tennis for Free, added: "We strive to address the barriers for participation in tennis and to bring the benefits of playing the sport to as many young people and families as possible. We are incredibly grateful for the fantastic support from Wimbledon Debenture Holders and the money raised will go a long way in helping us establish new tennis communities in parks across the country."