Gordon Reid

GORDON REID

Tennis
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3-TIME PARALYMPIAN

In 2005, Gordon Reid was introduced to wheelchair tennis and has since won multiple titles. He became Britain’s youngest men’s singles National champion in 2007 and has represented his country in the past 3 Paralympic games. In 2016 he won a Paralympic gold medal in the singles competition and silver in the double’s competition alongside Alfie Hewett. Gordon reached the number 1 ranking in September 2016 and over the course of his career has won 34 singles titles and 51 doubles titles!

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Road to Glory

2021
Paralympic Games (Tokyo)

Silver - Doubles

Bronze - Singles

2021
Roland Garros 2021

Doubles champion

2019
French Riviera Open

Singles - 1st place

Doubles - 2nd place

2018
French Riviera Open

Singles - 1st place

Doubles - 1st place

2018
Japan Open

Singles - 1st place

Doubles - 1st place

2018
Korea Open

Singles - 1st place

2017
ABN AMRO Tournament

Singles - 1st place

2017
Japan Open

Doubles - 2nd place

2016
ABN AMRO Tournament

Singles - 1st place

2016
Australian Open

Singles - 1st place

Doubles - 2nd place

2016
Wimbledon

Singles - 1st place

Doubles - 1st place

2015
Open de la Baie de Somme

Singles - 1st place

2015
Pensacola Open

Singles - 1st place

Doubles - 1st place

2015
USN Bolton Arena

Doubles - 2nd place