Ambassador - Gordon Reid OBE

Meet our tennis ambassador, Gordon Reid. Here you can explore Gordon's career highlights and fun facts.

About Gordon

Gordon was born on 2 October 1991 in Alexandria, Scotland. He started playing wheelchair tennis at the age of 14, before going on to receive an MBE for his services to tennis in 2017 and an OBE in the 2023 King’s Birthday Honours List. Outside of tennis, Gordon is a big Rangers football fan and even has his own lion cub named after him at a Scottish Safari Park in Stirling!

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The rise of a tennis champion - Gordon Reid

Watch Gordon Reid's remarkable story through the eyes of his parents as he highlights the power of connectivity in bringing him closer to his loved ones in moments that matter.

As a multi-award winning tennis champion, we look back on Gordon's accomplishments and celebrate his journey of triumph over adversity.

Career highlights

Career high GB ranking: 1
Career high World ranking: 1
Titles won: 145 ITF titles, 23 time Grand Slam Champion (Singles and Doubles)
Right or Left-handed: Left-handed

Key highlights/achievements:

  • Two time Grand Slam men’s singles champion

  • 22 time Grand Slam men’s doubles champion

  • Rio 2016 Paralympic men’s singles gold medallist and doubles silver medallist

  • Tokyo 2020 Paralympics men's singles bronze medallist and doubles silver medallist

  • Four time Wheelchair Masters doubles champion. First Brit to be crowned ITF Wheelchair Tennis World Champion in 2016

  • Awarded MBE in New Year’s Honours List 2017

  • Awarded OBE in King’s Birthday Honours List 2023

International Day of Persons with Disabilities

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