Alfie Hewett (GB, 20 years old): Double silver medallist in in singles and doubles in Rio, French Open winner 2017
Gordon Reid (GB, 26): Won singles Gold and doubles silver in Rio and was a double Grand Slam winner in 2016
Shingo Kunieda (Jpn, 34): The top-ranked player in the world, who can boast separate winning streaks of 106 and 77 matches in a stellar career
Stefan Olsson (Swe, 24): Wimbledon singles champion this year and ranked 7th in the world
Gustavo Fernandez (Arg, 24): Third in the world rankings currently - carried his nation's flag at the Paralympics opening ceremony in Rio
Lucy Shuker (GB, 38): Britain’s top-ranked player at No 7 and a finalist in the Wimbledon women’s doubles this year
Diede de Groot (Ned, 21): Current world No 1 and winner of the Wimbledon singles title this year.
Yui Kamiji (Jpn, 24): was displaced from the top of the world rankings by De Groot at Wimbledon.
Aniek van Koot (27, Ned): World No 3 and runner-up to De Groot in an all-Dutch Wimbledon final
Sabine Ellerbrock (42, Ger): The oldest woman in the top 10, Ellerbrock has won more than 350 matches in her career