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Ignition Law partners with the Tennis Foundation for the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters

David Farquharson

Ignition Law is proud to announce our partnership with The Tennis Foundation for the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters.

British Paralympian medallists Gordon Reid, Andy Lapthorne and Jordanne Whiley, as well as leading international competitors, will return to London, competing to be crowned year-end Master of their division. This prestigious event will see the top eight men’s, top eight women’s and top six quad players compete for the title.

David Farquharson, Co-Founder and Partner at Ignition Law, commented: “We are so very proud to be partnering with the Tennis Foundation for this year’s NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters, and we are looking forward to supporting Team GB. The sporting ability of these athletes is incredible and it is great that members of our community will get the chance to see them play live”.

The Masters will be held at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park from 30th November to 4th December 2016.

Find out more about the event here.

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