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Japan's Yui Kamiji hitting a forehand at the Lexus British Open Roehampton

Lexus British Open Roehampton 2024: Results & updates

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Get all the latest results and updates from the British and international wheelchair and junior tennis stars set to compete at the Lexus British Open Roehampton from 30 June - 5 July at the Wimbledon Qualifying and Community Sports Centre, Roehampton.

Highlights

  • Yui Kamiji upsets Diede de Groot to win third British Open title
  • Niels Vink wins the quad singles title
  • Martin De la PuenteJoachim Gerard crowned men's doubles champions
  • Alfie Hewett withdraws from men's singles final - Gustavo Fernandez takes the title
  • Sam Schroder & Niels Vink receive walkover win over Lapthorne & Guy Sasson to lift quad doubles title

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Day four: Kamiji seals upset win over world No.1; Vink captures quad title

Three was the magic number at the Lexus British Open Roehampton on Friday as Japan's Yui Kamiji and Netherlands Niels Vink won their third titles in the women's and quad singles.

Kamiji lifted the women's singles trophy after beating world No.1 Diede de Groot 7-5, 6-3 in an hour and 26 minutes in a close final. The Japanese star adds to her titles in 2014 and 2017.

De Groot had been on a 145-match winning streak until May this year but on the grass at the National Tennis Centre, Kamiji took her chances in the big moments claim only her second win over the Dutchwoman since February 2021.

World No.2 Vink captured his third Lexus British Open Roehampton quad singles title since 2019, retaining the trophy with a 6-1, 6-1 victory over world No.1 Sam Schroder.

It was the first time he has beaten compatriot Schroder in the three matches between them this season.

"I think I did that really well today," Vink said. "My level was good and my choices were good. I was enjoying myself and happy to win.

"I really like that it’s on grass. We’ve never had a lot of grass tournaments before and this is a perfect preparation for Wimbledon just down the road."

The men’s doubles title was won by the top seeds Martin De la Puente and Joachim Gerard, beating Tom Egberink and Maikel Scheffers 1-6, 6-2, 10-7.

It’s a fourth title together for De la Puente and Gerard, who only paired up first the first time at the start of 2024. It's a third British Open crown for Belgium's Gerard and a second for Spain's De La Puente.

Alfie Hewett has withdrawn from today’s Lexus British Open Roehampton men’s final as a precaution and is now focusing on preparing for Wimbledon next.

The announcement means that Argentina's Gustavo Fernandez is crowned champion.

Hewett said: "Sorry that I am unable to compete in today’s final, it’s been a great week and a great tournament, thanks to all those involved, I look forward to being back next year."

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