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Jamie Burdekin at the Rio 2016 Paralympics

Burdekin, McCarroll and Phillipson retire from wheelchair tennis after glittering careers

Six months on from the most successful Paralympics ever for Great Britain’s wheelchair tennis team, three of the players who represented ParalympicsGB in Rio – are retiring from the elite level of the sport.

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"Steven Ottley (GBR), left, and Lucy Porteous (GBR)..National Learning Disability Tennis Tournament 2015, Nottingham Tennis Centre, Nottingham...Date: Sunday, November 1, 2015 .Picture: Chris Vaughan/James Jordan Photography"

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Tennis Coach with Children at the Great British Tennis Weekend

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Education Strategy Launch in March 2015 Judy Murray in attendance

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