至急翻訳お願いします！ After he had won the singles title at the Beijing Paralympics,Shingo declared that he would turn professional in 2009. He was the first Japanese wheelchair tennis player to do that. Being a professional in a wheelchair sport involves many challenges that need to be overcome. For one thing, it is difficult for players to find sponsors, and many of them lack funds for their tennis. Still,Shingo decided to be a professional because he believed there was an important meaning in it. He says: I want to play in a full stadium someday, and inspire disabled children to dream,”I want to be a wheelchair tennis.So I’ll play tennis not only to win, but also to fascinate people by winning. In London in 2012,Shingo won the singles title at two consecutive Paralympics. He plays to win titles,hoping that his actions will encourage children to have dreams and hopes,just like the ones he had as a boy.