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Roland Garros, French Open

Stade Roland-Garros, France 19 May - 08 June 2025

Andy Lapthorne and Donald Ramphadi with the 2023 French Open quad doubles title
Grand Slam

Roland Garros 2023: Results & updates

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Get the latest results and updates from the British tennis players competing at Roland Garros 2023.

Highlights:

Day fourteen: Hewett, Reid and Lapthorne claim doubles titles; Hewett finishes runner-up in singles

Alfie Hewett, Gordon Reid and Andy Lapthorne all clinched titles at Roland Garros in the men's wheelchair and quad doubles finals.

Hewett and Reid sealed an incredible 17th Grand Slam title together and fourth consecutive French Open trophy by defeating second seeds Martin De La Puente and Gustavo Fernandez 7-6(9), 7-5.

In a marathon match, Hewett and Reid faced set point in the opening set and found themselves a break down in the second, but on both occasions, were able to fight back and win their 15th consecutive Grand Slam final.

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Lapthorne and Donand Ramphadi are the new French Open quad doubles champions after an incredible comeback saw them defeat Heath Davidson and Robert Shaw 1-6, 6-2, 10-3.

The win marks Lapthorne’s second Roland Garros title and adds a 16th Grand Slam trophy to his collection.

Having knocked out the first seeds Niels Vink and Sam Schroder in the semi-finals, Lapthorne and Ramphadi looked to be in trouble after losing the first set in just over half an hour, but the British, South African duo quickly rallied back.

Competing in only their first tournament together, Lapthorne and Ramphadi broke their opponents in four consecutive games to force a deciding match tie-break. Fully on top of the match and full of confidence, the soon-to-be French Open champions won the first seven points in a row as they sealed the title in an hour and a half.

It wasn’t to be however for Britain’s Alfie Hewett, who lost the men’s wheelchair singles final to Tokito Oda 6-1, 6-4.

Hewett came back from a break down in the second set but ultimately couldn’t hold off a dominant performance from the young Japanese star.

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