Ambassador - Alfie Hewett

Meet our tennis ambassador, Alfie Hewett. Enjoy reading fun facts and key career stats about Alfie.

About Alfie

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.

Follow Alfie’s journey on Instagram and X (formerly Twitter) to find out more.

The rise of a tennis champion - Alfie Hewett

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 highlights

Career high GB ranking: 1
Career high World ranking: 1
Titles won: 128 ITF titles and 26 time Grand Slam Champion (Singles & Doubles).
Right or Left-handed: Right-handed

Key highlights/achievements:

  • Seven time Grand Slam Men’s Singles Champion

  • 18 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

  • Shortlisted for Sports Personality Of The Year 2023

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