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Lexus British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships

Wimbledon Qualifying and Community Ground, Roehampton 02 - 05 July 2024

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Alfie Hewett celebrates winning the men's singles title at the Lexus British Open
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Lexus British Open 2023: Results & updates

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Get all the latest results and updates from the British and international wheelchair tennis stars set to compete at the Lexus British Open from 1-6 August at the Lexus Nottingham Tennis Centre.

Highlights

Day six: Hewett powers to second career title in Nottingham; De Groot & Vink crowned singles champions

Britain's Alfie Hewett won his second Lexus British Open Wheelchair Championships title in three years with an impressive 6-0, 6-2 win over fourth seed Joachim Gerard.

Hewett was in unstoppable form as he took the first set to the loss of just eight points inside 25 minutes. Gerard couldn't cope with Hewett's all-round dominant performance and the Brit closed out the win with yet another hold to love.

This marks Hewett's fifth singles title of the career and second ITF Super Series. The Brit also clinched the doubles title in Nottingham yesterday alongside Gordon Reid.

Meanwhile, Dutch duo and world No.1s Diede De Groot and Niels Vink both lifted titles in the women's and quad events.

De Groot lost just six games en route to finishing the week as women's singles champion for the fourth time in her career - sealing the title with a 6-1, 6-0 win over world No.6 Zhenzhen Zhu.

The Dutch star has now reached 80 career singles titles and extends her unbeaten run to 114 mathes.

Vink got the better of doubles partner and countryman Sam Schroder with a 6-3, 6-2 victory in a closely fought contest.

The 20-year-old has now won the Lexus British Open quad singles title twice - adding to his trophy in 2019 where he became the youngest player to win an ITF Super Series quad singles title at the age of 16.

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