Ambassador - Alfie Hewett
Meet our tennis ambassador, Alfie Hewett. Enjoy reading fun facts and key career stats about Alfie and most importantly, why he chose to #FeelTheConnection with Vodafone.
Alfie was born on 6 December 1997 in Norwich, England. Alfie began playing wheelchair tennis at 8 years old. Before tennis became his main priority, he studied sports science. Alongside his love for tennis, he is a big fan and supporter of Norwich City FC.
Why Alfie chose to #FeelTheConnection with Vodafone?
Alfie celebrates his journey of triumph over adversity. Alongside the emotional connection Alfie has formed with his friends, family and supporters, digital connection has played a vital role in fuelling Alfie’s journey to become a sporting champion. As a Vodafone Ambassador and part of the ‘Play Your Way to Wimbledon’ competition, Alfie hopes he can ‘shine a light on disability tennis in the UK’ and inspire young people in the UK to watch wheelchair tennis players on television this summer.
Career high GB ranking: 1
Career high World ranking: 1
Titles won: 128 ITF titles and 24 time Grand Slam Champion (Singles & Doubles).
Right or Left-handed: Right-handed
Seven time Grand Slam Men’s Singles Champion
17 time Grand Slam Men’s Doubles Champion
Rio 2016 Paralympic Men’s Singles and Doubles Silver Medallist
Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Men's Doubles Silver Medallist
Youngest person ever to be crowned Singles Masters Champion in 2017
Crowned the Double Masters Champion in 2021
Awarded OBE in the Kings Birthday Honours List 2023