Dan Maskell Tennis Trust
Serving Tennis to Disabled People

Ambassadors

Dan Maskell Tennis Trust has invited the following athletes to help spread the word and support the work of the Trust across the various disabilities. 

Our Ambassadors are:- (Click on their name to read more about them)

Louise Hunt

Louise Hunt

Louise was born on the 24th May 1991 with a disability called Spina Bifida. Spina Bifida is a developmental congenital disorder caused by the incomplete

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Abbie Breakwell

Abbie Breakwell

Abbie Breakwell, born 2003 has worn ankle foot orthotics since the age of 1 years old, due to the neurological condition Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT).

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Lewis Fletcher

Lewis Fletcher

Lewis Fletcher started playing tennis at 14 years old and he quickly grew to love the game. At 17 years old Lewis went to train

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Luke Turnball

Luke Turnbull

Luke Turnbull started playing tennis at just 3 years old, as soon as he could hold a racquet! His mum Grace played tennis and was

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Wendy Glasper

Wendy Glasper

In 2007 Wendy Glasper attended a course through Action for Blind People and was introduced to Visually Impaired Tennis. Wendy was fascinated by the ball

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Jan Reynolds

Jan Reynolds

Jan Reynolds started to play visually impaired tennis in 2012. Jan is a lover of all sports but when she came across tennis something really

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Lilly Mills

Lily Mills

Lily started playing tennis at the age of five, after watching her brother, George, play every weekend. Her tennis has gone from strength to strength,

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Rosie Pybus

Rosie Pybus

Rosie Pybus started playing Visually Impaired tennis in 2010 at the insistence of her good friend Wendy. Quite soon Rosie was hooked, and tennis has

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Keith Thom

Keith Thom

Keith was introduced to Dan Maskell when he was playing at his local club in the 1980s. Dan had come to Scotland on a golfing

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If you are holding an event or disability programme, especially one supported by the Trust, in the future and would like one of our Ambassadors to attend, please contact Liz Terry for more details.