Hello, welcome to my official website
My name is Alfie Hewett, I am 18 years old and am a wheelchair tennis player. I am currently 7th in the World Men's singles rankings, 4th in the World Men's doubles rankings and ranked 2nd in Great Britain.
I was really proud to have represented Great Britain at the 2016 Rio Paralympics where I won silver medals in both the singles and doubles.
I am the former World Number 1 Junior and am a multiple World Junior Masters Champion (Singles and Doubles) and have won National Junior Singles and Doubles titles.
My aim is to be the best in the world.
Here I am pictured (top left) with Gordon Reid after winning the 2016 doubles title at Wimbledon, my first Grand Slam title, and (below left) fulfilling media duties during Wimbledon.
You can follow me on twitter @alfiehewett6.
What's on the site?
Well, while visiting my official website you can find out all about my likes (and dislikes!), view my gallery, find out more about my sponsors while also being able to see my tournament results and history.
I really hope you enjoy the site – if you have any questions then please do use the contacts page.
Nov 21, 2016 | nickbowler | Posted in: Tennis News
The International Tennis Federation has announced that Alfie Hewett will replace former three-time champion Shingo Kunieda in the eight-strong men's field for the 2016 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters.More