JORDANNE Whiley has revealed she could quit tennis after the 2020 Paralympics as she targets the medal that would complete her CV.

The 27-year-old, who lives in Steventon, won her 11th Grand Slam at last month’s Australian Open, partnering Yui Kamiji to the wheelchair doubles title.

It completed a remarkable return to the sport after the birth of her son Jackson in January 2018, but Whiley has so far been starved of similar success at the Paralympics.

Her only medal at the Games is a wheelchair doubles bronze at Rio 2016 and the World No 5 wants to put that right in Tokyo.

She said: “That’s the whole reason I came back.

“I’ve not managed to get a singles medal in three Olympics, so that’s my primary focus.”

Even if she falls short at the Games, which end on September 6, Whiley admitted she still expects to call it a day.

She said: “I don’t think I’ll go on past Tokyo.

“We want more children and Jackson will be starting school, so I don’t know if it would be possible even if I wanted to as it’s a heavy tournament schedule.

“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.”

Whiley’s win in Melbourne was her third Australian Open title and tenth doubles Slam.

After losing to Kamiji in the last eight of the singles, she joined forces with the Japanese player to beat Dutch top seeds Diede de Groot and Aniek Van Koot 6-2, 6-4 in the doubles final.

It came less than a year after the former World No 3 returned to international competition.

Whiley was quietly confident before heading to Australia, but had doubted if she would capture another Slam after a year and a half out of the sport.

She said: “I just didn’t know where I was going to be – the game had moved on in the 18 months I’d been away.

“I was relaxed because I didn’t have a lot of expectations.

“I knew that we could win the doubles and that I was capable of winning the singles, but it’s kind of the luck of the draw.

“Diede and Anieke are the best doubles players in the world so it was never going to be a walkover.”