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60 seconds with Quadfather Peter Norfolk

   

60 seconds with Peter Norfolk, who led Britain’s team into the stadium at the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympics:

If I wasn’t a tennis player, I would be: I would focus more on work, I run a company selling wheelchairs and products for the disabled www.epc-wheechairs.co.uk
I never travel to a tournament without:   My iPad.
My favourite city on the tour:   Sydney.
The last place I went to on holiday:  St Lucia.
My favourite restaurant on the tour: Usually room service for me as I need my rest.
My favourite shop on the tour: No time for shopping.
The last film I watched: The Lorax.
The last album I listened to: M People.
The last meal I cooked:  Porridge.
The last joke I laughed at: Too rude to print.
The last time I was recognised in public: The other day while out handcycling.
The last time I broke a racket: Years ago.
Grass, hard or clay?  Hard.
Sand or snow? Definitely sand, well sun anyway. Sand is tricky in a wheelchair.
Which super-power would you choose – to be invisible or fly? fly
If I was in a karaoke bar, the song I would choose:  What a wonderful world by Louis Armstrong.
If I won the lottery I would spend it on: A well-earned break with my young family for a very long time.