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2017 - 2019 WDH Sponsors – Lucy Shuker




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


Inspirational Lucy Shuker BEM is a multiple Paralympic medallist, who is aiming to represent Great Britain this year at her fifth successive Games.

Lucy and Jordanne Whiley made history at London 2012 by winning GB's first ever Women's Wheelchair Tennis medal, taking Bronze in the doubles.

The pair also won Bronze at Rio 2016 - and went one better at Tokyo 2020. Their Silver medal in Japan was the best performance to date by any British women's pair. It also meant they became the first international women's doubles pair to make the podium at three successive Paralympic Games.

Lucy broke her back aged 21 in 2001, the same year she was awarded a BSc (Hons) in the Science and Management of Exercise and Health by the University of Surrey.

She took up Wheelchair Tennis the following year - and first represented Great Britain in a Paralympic Games at Beijing 2008.

An accomplished motivational speaker, Shuker was named in 2018 as one of the most influential people with a disability.

She is currently Chair of the International Wheelchair Tennis Player Council.

And Lucy was recently the proud and humble recipient of a British Empire Medal for services to sport.

For all her latest news check out LucyShuker.com

The wheelchair tennis tournaments take place in the second week of Wimbledon.

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Wheelchair Tennis – Pride and Frustration in 72 Hours!

What happens off the tennis court can sometimes be as dramatic as the matches on the court. A recent week offered some perfect examples of life’s unforeseen twists and turns. First there was the visit to Buckingham Palace for a garden party, given in recognition of recipients of the British Empire Medal (BEM) and other […]

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I’m no Billie Jean King but we’re making progress – Lucy Shuker BEM.

I’m currently Chair of the ITF Wheelchair Tennis Player Council, so I thought it might be interesting to give you a bit of insight. I’m really enjoying my role. It has been an interesting experience engaging in conversations with the ITF about the future of our sport. Of course, there have been challenges. But I’m […]

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2024 will be a year to remember for Lucy Shuker BEM.

This year is already a very special one for me, and I’m delighted to be sharing my 2024 with you after renewing my partnership with WDH.  I’ve had a good start – and I’m feeling fit and healthy. I already feel like I’m moving well and hitting the ball sweetly. I put in a lot of […]

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2018 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."