Peter Millar

“I count it a great honour to be an Ambassador for the My Sport, My Voice! project. Sport is my world and I am very excited to have the opportunity to share my story of how sport has changed my life and given me a focus and a purpose.

“I hope in sharing my story it will help others who have learning disability take up sport, which in turn will help them as much as sport has helped me. My sport is my passion. All I want to do is help others achieve and reach their potential.”

Sport: Tennis

Represents: GB - Tennis

Date of Birth: 24 Apr 1992

Based: Birkenhead, Merseyside

Personal Best: Gold in men’s doubles at Inas World Tennis Games, Czech Republic 2013

Biography:
Peter is a Great British tennis player who has won multiple medals at Inas competitions, including most recently at the 2015 Inas Global Games in Ecuador.

After taking up tennis at the age of four, Peter hasn’t looked back since - going on to represent his country on the world stage several times. As a teenager, he began competing at the Special Olympics and after success there he has moved into elite sport.

Peter has been part of the Tennis Foundation's GB Performance Squad since 2011. During that time, he won gold in men’s doubles at the 2013 Inas World Tennis Games in Czech Republic before going on to win a bronze medal in the same discipline at the 2015 Global Games.

Since becoming a My Sport, My Voice! Ambassador, Peter has admitted that he has grown in confidence and now has more belief in himself. He hopes to be able to motivate and encourage others with a learning disability through his achievements.