Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid created British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships history on Thursday after the Rio Paralympic gold and silver medallists set up the first all-British men’s singles semi-final to guarantee that there will be a Brit in Sunday’s Super Series final at Nottingham Tennis Centre. British players secured a clean sweep of wins on the third day of the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour Super Series event, organised by the Tennis Foundation, after second seeds Antony Cotterill and Andy Lapthorne also reached Saturday’s quad doubles...Read More
Author: Marshall Thomas
Rio Paralympic quad singles silver medallist Andy Lapthorne moved into the quad singles semi-finals on Wednesday’s second day of the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships at Nottingham Tennis Centre. Further British success at the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour Super Series event, organised by the Tennis Foundation, included Rio gold and silver medallists Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett booking their places in the men’s singles quarter-finals before combining to reach the men’s doubles...Read More
British No.1 Lucy Shuker and local favourite James Shaw both came through tough three set matches on Tuesday’s opening day of the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships to reach the quarter-finals of the women’s singles and quad singles respectively. Meanwhile, among the British success it was a big day for rising young star Ruairi Logan after the 15-year-old gained his first senior match win at the British Open to set up an all-Brit second round contest on Wednesday against world No.3 and Rio Paralympic silver medallist Alfie...Read More
Great Britain’s Jordanne Whiley won a record-equalling tenth Grand Slam title in claiming the Ladies’ Wheelchair Doubles crown on the final day of play at Wimbledon alongside Japanese partner Yui...Read More
Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid followed up their history-making achievement in 2016 to become the first Brits to retain the Wimbledon men’s doubles wheelchair tennis title on Saturday at The...Read More
Alfie Hewett, Gordon Reid and Jordanne Whiley will all bid to retain Wimbledon doubles titles this weekend after a largely successful second day for Brits on the Tennis Foundation’s Wheelchair Tennis World Class Programme at The...Read More
History-maker Alfie Hewett reached his first Wimbledon wheelchair tennis singles semi-final when he opened his campaign for back-to-back Grand Slam singles titles with a 4-6, 6-2 6-2 victory over Nicolas Peifer of France on...Read More
Alfie Hewett made sporting history today by becoming the first Brit to win the men’s singles wheelchair tennis title at Roland Garros after a remarkable 0-6 7-6(9) 6-2 victory over defending champion Gustavo Fernandez of...Read More
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