Peter Robert Norfolk OBE (born 13 December 1960) is a British wheelchair tennis player. Following a motorbike accident which left him paraplegic, he uses a wheelchair. He took up tennis and following a further spinal complication in 2000 he began competing in the quad division. He is nicknamed The Quadfather.
He has multiple Grand Slam and Super Series titles, and competed for Great Britain at the Summer Paralympics when tennis made its first appearance at Athens 2004. He won gold medal in the singles, and defended it at Beijing as well as adding a bronze medal in the doubles. He competed in his third Paralympics in 2012 in London, where he was also the flag bearer for Great Britain at the opening ceremony.
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