Gordon "Gio" Reid (born 2 October 1991) is a British professional wheelchair tennis player from Scotland, ranked world No.4 in singles and world No.1 in doubles. He is a paralympic gold medallist and 2 time singles grand slam champion.

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  • Gordon "Gio" Reid (born 2 October 1991) is a British professional wheelchair tennis player from Scotland, ranked world No.4 in singles and world No.1 in doubles. He is a paralympic gold medallist and 2 time singles grand slam champion. He has competed for Great Britain at the Summer Paralympics when tennis made its first appearance at Beijing 2008. He reached the quarter-finals in the singles in London 2012 as well as reaching the quarter-finals in the doubles. He won Paralympic gold in the men's singles event at Rio 2016 and silver in the doubles event with partner Alfie Hewett, who he beat in the singles final. (en)
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  • Gordon "Gio" Reid (born 2 October 1991) is a British professional wheelchair tennis player from Scotland, ranked world No.4 in singles and world No.1 in doubles. He is a paralympic gold medallist and 2 time singles grand slam champion. (en)
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