Yui Kamiji, a Trailblazing Wheelchair Tennis Star, Has Her Sights Set on a US Open Win


Yui Kamiji is headed to the women’s wheelchair tennis finals at the 2020 US Open, but it’ll hardly be the Japanese athlete’s first time on a big stage. At just 26, Kamiji has already won seven Grand Slams in singles and another 15 in doubles, alongside success at the Paralympic Games. However, she hasn’t won at the US Open since 2017, making her match against defending champ Diede de Groot a must-watch. So what else should you know about Kamiji? Keep reading for the essential facts on this talented wheelchair tennis player.

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