Paralympic Day
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Cameron and Johnson play tennis with Paralympians

David Cameron and Boris Johnson played tennis in Trafalgar Square, central London, as part of events to celebrate International Paralympic Day.

The game between the prime minister and London mayor was part of an event to promote next year's Paralympic Games, for which tickets go on sale on Friday.

Mr Cameron paired up with Paralympian tennis player Josh Steels while Boris Johnson was partnered by John Parfitt.

Ellie Simmonds, who won gold at the Paralympic Games in Beijing, said the "turnout looked good" and that the Games would be "amazing".

  • 08 Sep 2011
  • From the section UK