He guided Great Britain players to a clean sweep of all four titles on offer at the Cruyff Foundation Wheelchair Tennis Junior Masters in Tarbes, France and to second place in theWomen's event at the 2009 Invacare World Team Cup
HALESOWEN'S Jordanne Whiley added another major achievement to her growing collection at the 25th Invacare World Team Cup
ON TOP of the world - that''s Liverpool''s Jamie Burdekin and his Hampshire-based wheelchair tennis partner Peter Norfolk who pulled off a remarkable third Invacare World Team Cup
title - the Davis and Fed Cups of wheelchair tennis - at the City of Nottingham Tennis Centre.
The 29-year-old was undefeated while helping Great Britain to lift the quad title at the 25th Invacare World Team Cup
in Nottingham, the Davis and Fed Cups of wheelchair tennis.
ACKLAM'S Susan Paisley was part of the Great Britain women's team that won a first top ten place for three years at the Invacare World Team Cup
Junior team to compete in the 2004 Invacare World Team Cup
competition in New Zealand, Jan.
Humphreys was one of a quartet in the quads event - for players who have reduced function in three or more limbs - who successfully defended their Invacare World Team Cup
in Tremosine, Italy.
Due to the excessive heat and humidity, Invacare World Team Cup
referee Jim Zimmerman even declared that play on July 30 would be "under extreme weather conditions"--a rule allowing a 15-minute break between the second and third sets, if either player wishes to take it.
NEWPORT'S Philip Cochrane and Cardiff's Geraint Richards both played integral parts in Great Britain's best performance at last week's Invacare World Team Cup
Next on the agenda for Jordanne is the Invacare World Team Cup
in Stockholm next week, where she represents Great Britain's juniors in the equivalents of the Davis and Federation Cups.
Debbie, Jamie and Antony then turn their attention to the 2007 Invacare World Team Cup
as they represent the Great Britain Women's and Quad teams respectively in Stockholm from June 11-17.
Apart from attaining his World No 1 ranking, Mark also captained Team GB in their successful defence of the Invacare World Team Cup
by Camozzi, the Davis and Fed Cups of wheelchair tennis, in Tremosine, Italy.