Congratulations to the many Victorians who excelled at the Australian Wheelchair Tennis National Championships on the weekend!
The 2023 Australian Wheelchair Tennis National Championships were held at Melbourne Park from 10-12 November.
Heath Davidson headlined the 6 Victorian winners with another Quad Singles National Championships title, while Anthony Bonaccurso (35+ Mixed Singles) and Martyn Dunn (Quad Men’s Doubles) also took out their respective titles.
Tournament Director Daniel O’Neill was impressed with the fierce competition across the junior events.
“We have a terrific group of junior players coming through the high-performance programs, so it’s great to see their continued development,” he said.
“Yassin Hill, a 16-year-old from Victoria, won the junior singles event for the first time and Jin Woodman, a 14-year-old also from Victoria, showcased his potential with runner-up results in both the junior singles and quad events. Sonny Rennison (aged 11) and Arlo Shawcross (aged 12) were others to perform extremely well over the weekend.”
Congratulations also to Gillie Lumby on a fantastic win in the Open Junior Doubles.
Heath Davidson – Quad Singles Champion
Anthony Bonaccurso – 35+ Mixed Singles Champion
Sonny Rennison – 14/U Junior Singles Champion & Open Junior Doubles Champion
Gillie Lumby – Open Junior Doubles Champion
Yassin Hill – Open Junior Singles Champion
Martyn Dunn – Quad Men’s Doubles Champion with Anderson Parker (NSW)