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DAVID WAGNER
David is a wheelchair tennis player ranked #1 in Quad singles and #1 Quad doubles in the world, based on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) rankings. He has been in the top 3 in the world since 2002. David competed in the Paralympic Games in Athens, Greece (2004), Beijing, China (2008), and London (2012) winning 3 Golds, 2 Silver, and 1 Bronze medals in singles and doubles. He is also a 14 time Grand Slam winner.

David lost his ability to walk as a result of an accident in the surf off the coast of Redondo, CA in August of 1995. The result of the accident was a broken neck which damaged his spinal cord. Prior to his accident, David was a collegiate level tennis player and upon becoming paralyzed, doctors had little hope that he would ever walk again let alone play tennis. But in rehab he gained back the love for tennis and started to train again.

At the moment he is a full time wheelchair tennis player and travels all over the world. He plays 15-20 tournaments a year and also the Grand Slam tennis events (US Open, Flushing Meadows and Australian Open, Melbourne). His next goal is to participate at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio De Janeiro and to win another gold medal.
David is a wheelchair tennis player ranked #1 in Quad singles and #1 Quad doubles in the world, based on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) rankings. He has been in the top 3 in the world since 2002. David competed in the Paralympic Games in Athens, Greece (2004), Beijing, China (2008), and London (2012) winning 3 Golds, 2 Silver, and 1 Bronze medals in singles and doubles. He is also a 14 time Grand Slam winner.<br><br>David lost his ability to walk as a result of an accident in the surf off the coast of Redondo, CA in August of 1995. The result of the accident was a broken neck which damaged his spinal cord. Prior to his accident, David was a collegiate level tennis player and upon becoming paralyzed, doctors had little hope that he would ever walk again let alone play tennis. But in rehab he gained back the love for tennis and started to train again.<br><br>At the moment he is a full time wheelchair tennis player and travels all over the world. He plays 15-20 tournaments a year and also the Grand Slam tennis events (US Open, Flushing Meadows and Australian Open, Melbourne). His next goal is to participate at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio De Janeiro and to win another gold medal.
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