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Australian Open

Melbourne Park, Australia January 2025

Alfie Hewett holding his Australian Open wheelchair singles trophy
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Australian Open 2023: Daily updates & results


Get all the latest results and updates from the British tennis players competing at the Australian Open in Melbourne.


  • Alfie Hewett wins mens wheelchair singles title for the first time in his career
  • Hewett and Gordon Reid win men's wheelchair doubles title for fourth year in a row
  • Hewett through to mens singles and reaches doubles final alongside partner Reid
  • Neal Skupski and Desirae Krawczyk bow out in the semi-final
  • Britwatch - follow the British results and draws
  • Live scores
  • Watch the Australian Open live on Eurosport and Discovery+

Day 12: Hewett wins maiden Australian Open singles title

It's been a week to remember for World No.1 Alfie Hewett who finally lifts his maiden Australian Open men's wheelchair singles title after defeating Tokito Oda of Japan 6-3, 6-1.


Hewett, who finished runner up in the 2021 and 2022 Australian Open finals, has now won seven Grand Slam titles.

This victory comes just one day after Hewett lifted his 16th doubles title at a major tournament alongside compatriot Gordon Reid

The 16-year-old Japanese rising star took an early 3-1 but Hewett fought back to win five games in a row to claim the first set.

With the momentum swinging in his favour, the Brit dominated the second set, securing the title with an ace on the first championship point to lift his maiden Australian Open singles trophy.

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