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Lucy started playing Wheelchair Tennis in 2002 following a motorbike accident which left her paralysed from the chest down, she has since gone on to represent Great Britain at three successive Paralympics.
As a T4 Paraplegic, many initially considered Lucy’s injury too profound to find success in wheelchair tennis. However, this has only ever motivated Lucy more and through her unwavering determination, commitment and love for the game, as one of the most disabled women on the world tour, Lucy continues to compete amongst the top players in the game.
With her sights now firmly set on more success in Tokyo, Lucy aims to represent Great Britain at that Paralympic Games in 2020; all of which will be documented on the Access Your Life blog! So stay tuned for frequent updates & messages from Lucy!