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Louise Hunt - Upcoming Challenges

At the age of 5 Louise began participating in many sports, swimming, basketball, fencing and then discovered she had keen interests in Wheelchair Tennis and Wheelchair Racing. Louise soon discovered that wheelchair tennis was where her passions really lie, and competed in her fist Paralympic games last year in London.

Her most recent triumph was at the Wrexham ITF Futures tournament where she claimed the womens single and double titles. Louise was up against Lauren Jones in the singles final where the final score was 4-6, 6-1, 6-0.

Louise has been training hard ahead of the tournaments coming up over the next few weeks, the first being the Nottingham Indoor ITF and then its on to Switzerland for the Sion Indoor tournament, ITF3. Following these Louise then has the National Tennis Tournament in Roehampton, London.

Her focus is also on the Paralympic games in Rio 2016 for which she is currently seeking financial support. If you would like any further information on Louise please visit her website

We wish Louise all the best going forward and in her training, Good Luck Louise!

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