The Great Britain wheelchair tennis team have high hopes for medals when they travel to Brazil for the Paralympics next month. 
Among the contenders is former Royal Marine Jamie Burdekin, who will be making his third appearance at the event. 
The 36-year-old was injured in a car accident in 2000. 
He's represented Great Britain since 2004 and won bronze at his first Games in Beijing in 2008. 
This year, the Paralympic wheelchair tennis competition runs from the 9th to the 16th of September.