Lauren Jones Official Website


Lauren Jones is a professional Wheelchair Tennis Player and one of Britain's most influential people with a disability.

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My career

Three time National Champion, winner of 20 international titles and 3 world titles.

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My story

In 2009 at the age of 13, I fell from a tree and broke my back, leaving me paralysed from the waist down and a full-time wheelchair user. I have always been involved in sport, and prior to my accident played football for Brighton and Hove Albion with my sights set on a professional career and playing for England.

Following my accident, I gained a reputation for pushing boundaries and being extremely driven and active. Whilst in rehabilitation at Stoke Mandeville hospital, I attended a Paralympic Trial Day where I was selected by GB talent scouts for multiple sports including wheelchair tennis.

Whilst I am driven to succeed in my tennis career and am focused on winning grand slam titles and Paralympic medals, I also hope my story can provide a platform to inspire and positively impact the lives of others. I want to encourage people to challenge and change the perceptions they have towards their own mental and physical capabilities.

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Women's wheelchair tennis rankings for Lauren Jones.

Career high rankings

UK Singles
World Singles
World Junior

Current rankings

UK Singles
World singles
World Doubles

Results and rankings supplied by the International Tennis Federation and UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Rankings