JORDANNE Whiley has been selected for her fourth straight Paralympic Games.

The wheelchair tennis star, from Steventon, is part of the six-strong Great Britain squad that will compete in Tokyo in August.

Whiley claimed bronze at London 2012 and again in Rio four years later, but she has never won a singles medal at the Games.

The 29-year-old said: “I’m so proud to be representing my country once again and super excited to get out to Tokyo and give it my all."

Whiley has won 12 Grand Slam titles, but revealed last year a Paralympic singles medal was her top priority before she retires.

Even if she falls short, the Oxfordshire resident admitted she may still call it a day.

She said last February: “The one thing I’d really like to do is win another singles Slam and get on the podium in Tokyo.

“Then I think I’ll be more content with the decision to stop.

“But if I don’t achieve something I want to keep going, so I haven’t made any decisions.”