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Lucy Shuker celebrating after winning a point during  her women's singles quarter-final match at the 2022 British Open

British Open 2022: Daily updates & results


All the latest results and updates from the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships at the Nottingham Tennis Centre.


  • Andy Lapthorne crowned champion in the quad singles event 
  • Lucy Shuker through to her first singles final
  • Joachim Gerard secured his second British Open title
  • Gordon Reid finished runners-up alongside Joachim Gerard in the men's doubles
  • Donald Ramphadi & Koji Sugeno crowned quad doubles champions
  • Gordon Reid knocked out by Martin de la Puente
  • Gordon Reid & Joachim Gerard sought fourth trophy together after semi-final delight
  • Helen Bond & Debbie Brazer receive walkover to advance to doubles final
  • Top seeds Andy Lapthorne and David Wagner knocked out in doubles semi-final 
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Day six: Lapthorne wins first British Open quad singles title in eight years 


Britain’s Andy Lapthorne produced a polished performance to claim his first British Open quad singles title on the last day of this year’s showcase event at Nottingham Tennis Centre after beating Australian third seed Heath Davidson 6-4 6-3. 

Second up on Centre Court, the Belgian world No.11 Joachim Gerard secured his second British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships men’s singles title with a dominant display of power tennis that saw him beat first-time finalist Martin de la Puente of Spain 6-0 6-4. 


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