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Paragon sponsors tennis star at Wimbledon

Paragon Mortgages is supporting British athletes through a range of initiatives, including the sponsorship of Lee Childs, the British tennis No.4.

This coincides with the launch of a promotional campaign featuring a number of sports men and women in a variety of activities including tennis, athletics and swimming.

John Heron, managing director of Paragon Mortgages, says: “We&#39re delighted to add our support, both moral and financial, to the endeavours of our home-grown sports men and women. In particular, we&#39re happy to be sponsoring Lee Childs this summer and cheer him on as he launches his personal challenge at his fourth appearance in the championships at Wimbledon.

“Last year, he progressed to the second round by beating seeded Nikolay Davydenko from Russia, and we&#39re convinced he can go further this year.”

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