Roland Garros 2023: Results & updates
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- Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid beat second seeds Martin De La Puente and Gustavo Fernandez in straight sets
- Andy Lapthorne and Donand Ramphadi win quad doubles title
- Alfie Hewett lost to Tokito Oda 6-1, 6-4 in wheelchair singles final
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Day fourteen: Hewett, Reid and Lapthorne claim doubles titles; Hewett finishes runner-up in singles
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.
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.
A highly successful penultimate day of action in Paris saw Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid reach their fourth successive men's doubles final in Paris after overcoming Tokito Oda and Joachim Gerard 6-2, 6-2, while Andy Lapthorne reached the quad doubles semi-finals alongside South Africa's Donald Ramphadi.
Hewett and Reid contested against Oda and Gerard, with the Japanese, Belgian duo on a mission to to prevent Hewett and Reid from reaching a 15th successive Grand Slam final.
After breaking Gerard’s serve in the fifth game of the match the British duo were rarely tested and eventually wrapped up a straight sets victory in an hour and eight minutes.
The pair will now go on to play Gustavo Fernandez and Martin de la Puente in the final.
Meanwhile, Lapthorne and Ramphadi pulled off an impressive 6-4, 4-6, 10-6 win against defending French Open champions Schroder and Vink to reach the quad doubles final. Here, they will take on second seeds Australia's Heath Davidson and Canada's Robert Shaw.
Alfie Hewett is one step closer to an eighth Grand Slam singles title after completing a comprehensive 6-2, 6-2 victory over Gustavo Fernandez in the semi-final.
This marks the world No.1's fourth Roland Garros final since 2017, as he goes in persuit of a second Grand Slam title this season after clinching the Australian Open trophy in January.
Saturday's final will see top seed Hewett contest second seed Tokito Oda of Japan for the trophy.
Unfortunately, it wasn't meant to be for Lucy Shuker and doubles partner Dana Mathewson, who bowed out of the women's wheelchair doubles after a 4-6, 6-4, 10-5 loss to Pauline Deroulede and Emmanuelle Morch.
Despite Shuker and Mathewson taking the first set, a comeback win from the French pairing turned the match on it's head to put an end to the British, American's run in Roland Garros.
The world No.1 dropped just the opening game of the match as Reid held serve. However, the British No.2 - a two-time singles finalist himself in Paris in 2016 and 2019 - was only able to take Hewett to deuce twice in the second set, as the top seed wrapped up his 39th international career meeting with Reid in just 58 minutes.
Hewett and Reid then joined up for the doubles event, which saw them get off to a flying start with a 6-2, 7-5 victory over France's Frederic Cattaneo and the USA’s Casey Ratzlaff. Their semi-final opponents will be decided on Thursday.
Meanwhile, Andy Lapthorne’s quest to reach a third French Open semi-final in four years ended in a 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 defeat to world No.3 David Wagner. Lapthorne will now turn his attention to the quad doubles where he will partner South Africa’s Donald Ramphadi.
Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof Grand Slam hopes came to an end in the quarter-finals as they lost out to Horacio Zeballos and Marcel Granollers 6-3, 7-6(4).
The British, Dutch got off to a strong start in the first set, where they were faced with the chance to break and gain an early advantage. However, Zeballos and Granollers remained clinical and composed under pressure as they saved the break point before converting one of their own to take a 4-1 lead against the world No.1's and eventually seal the set with a hold to love.
Trailing a set, Skupski and Koolhof tightened up their game to stay close to their opponents and eventually force tie-break. There, they claimed a vital mini-break to take a 3-1 lead but it didn't take long for the Argentinian, Spanish pairing to retaliate as they fought to get the scoreboard back on level terms before back-to-back breaks saw them book their ticket to the semi-final and put an end to Skupski and Koolhof's Roland Garros title dreams.
Reigning Australian Open champion Hewett overcame a close contest against Tom Egberink, with the world No.1 earning a 6-3, 7-5 victory over the Dutch star.
After a comprehensive first set performance, Hewett battled back from 3-0 down in the second to save three successive set points at 5-3 before going on to wrap up the match win in an hour and 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, Reid - a former men's singles finalist at Roland Garros - dominated his opening round match against Maikel Scheffers, sealing a 6-1, 6-1 victory in an hour and nine minutes.
Now, Hewett and Reid will go head-to-head in an all-British quarter-final on Wednesday.
However, it wasn't meant to be for Lucy Shuker who was beaten by regular doubles partner Dana Mathewson 6-2, 6-2.
Lloyd Glasspool and Asia Muhammad’s Roland Garros challenge came to an end in the quarter-finals as they narrowly lost to Gabriela Dabrowski and Nathaniel Lammons 7-5, 6-7(2), 11-9.
Dabrowski and Lammons proved almost impenetrable on serve only facing and saving one break point throughout the whole match.
Having lost the first set to, Glasspool and Muhammad battled on in a high-quality contest and forced their opponents to a tie-break. There, they claimed an all-important mini-break at the change of ends for a 4-2 lead, with Lammons block volley sailing beyond the baseline. Muhammad backed it up with an inch-perfect lob and the British American duo saw out the set in style.
The pair led for almost the whole of the match tie-break, but serving for the match at 9-8, Glasspool fired long off his approaching volley, before Muhammad hit a smash into the net on the next point. Dabrowski and Lammons stayed clinical and needed just one match point to book their place in the mixed doubles semi-finals.
World No.10 Lloyd Glasspool and partner Harri Heliovaara were knocked out in the third round of the men's doubles after falling short against Matwe Middelkoop and Andreas Mies, 6-4, 6-2.
A strong start from the Dutch, German duo saw Glasspool and Heliovaara be forced to fight from a break down to stay within touch of the opening set. Despite the British, Finnish pairing winning 72% of points on their first serve, their opponents attacked the second serve with force and power - clinching seven out of 11 points on the return to eventually take the set.
Fuelled with momentum, Middelkoop and Mies put the match beyond doubt as they caught a hold of the double break to wrap up the win in an hour and six minutes.
Meanwhile in the mixed doubles draw, Jamie Murray and American partner Taylor Townsend withdrew from the event, gifting Gabriela Dubrowski and Nathaniel Lammons a walkover to the quarter-finals.
Top seeds Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof continued their quest to what would be their first Grand Slam title after defeating Kazakhstani/Mexican duo, Aleksandr Nedovyesov and Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela 7-5, 6-4.
The joint No.1s wasted no time asserting their dominance after finding an immediate break to stand them in good stead to see out the opening set. Despite retaliation from Nedovyesov and Reyes-Varela, Skupski and Koolhof remained composed as they rebuilt their one-break lead, sealing the first set before racking up a first serve percentage of 72% in the second to book themselves a spot in their second consecutive Roland Garros quarter-final.
The world No.4 in Joe Salisbury and his partner Rajeev Ram bowed out of the third round after losing 6-1, 4-6, 6-4 against Argentina pair Maximo Gonzalez and Andres Molteni.
Trailing a set after 30 minutes of play, Salisbury and Ram had a tall order on their hands as they fought to bring the match back to parity. From winning 33% of their service games in the first set to a clean slate in the second, the British/American duo got themselves out of unsteady waters to successfully call for a third.
At 4-3, Salisbury and Ram were broken for the third time in the match, leaving them vulnerable as the Argentinians galloped to the finish line, putting the match to bed in two hours and five minutes.
Elsewhere, Jamie Murray and Michael Venus met the reigning men’s doubles champions, Marcelo Arevalo and Jean-Julien Roger, whom they eventually suffered a 6-2, 6-2 defeat.
Lloyd Glasspool and America’s Asia Muhammad are now into the quarter-finals of the mixed doubles draw after their convincing 7-5, 6-3 victory over Australian Matthew Ebden and Ukrainian Lyudmyla Kichenok.
Meanwhile, Skupski returned to the action for a second time after he and partner, Guiliana Olmos, went head-to-head with the Netherland’s Matwe Middelkoop and Indonesia’s Aldila Sutjiadi, eventually bowing out of the tournament following their 6-2, 7-6(7) defeat.
The British, Mexican duo remained tenacious in the face of their one-set deficit, battling back in the second as they fought to stay in the match. However, it wasn’t to be for the third seeds as they lost the tie-break 9-7.
Cam Norrie’s run at the French Open came to an end at the hands of Lorenzo Mussetti, losing 6-1, 6-2, 6-4.
After battling against two home players and a rowdy French crowd in his opening two matches at Roland Garros, Norrie stepped onto Court Simonne-Mathieu with his toughest challenge yet across the net – an in-form Lorenzo Mussetti.
The Italian wasted no time in the first set – striking the ball with confidence to break the Brit and race to a 3-0 lead. Peppering variation into each shot, Mussetti stretched Norrie across every inch of the court - drawing out nine unforced errors from the British No.1 before eventually taking the opening set in just over half an hour.
With plenty of ground to make up in the second set, Norrie was faced with another lengthy and tough opening service game which saw him fend off a break point to etch a vital game on the board. While it appeared the Brit was settling into the battle, the Italian continued to fire with power and precision eventually clinching the double break to ultimately claim a two set advantage.
The Brit fought hard to find a leeway into the match but the errors kept unravelling off his racket, swiping a forehand return wide to seal the victory for Musetti
Skupski and Dutch partner Wesley Koolhof breezed through to the next round after a 6-4, 6-2 victory over Pedro Cachin & Wu Yibing.
The joint world No.1's wasted no time in the opening set, clinching an early break to take control of the match and seal the set. With their feet pressed firmly on the gas, the British, Dutch duo turned it up a gear - finding two breaks of serve to wrap up the match win in an hour and 10 minutes.
Next up they will play Aleksandr Nedovyesov and Miguel Angel Reyes-Varela.
Meanwhile, reigning US Open champions Salisbury and partner Rajeev Ram's second round match was cut short after all-Spanish duo Jaume Munar and Roberto Carabelles Baena retired early in the first set.
British No.1 Cam Norrie is scheduled to play Lorenzo Mussetti in the men's singles match this afternoon.
Murray stepped onto court for the mixed doubles event alongside American Taylor Townsend, in a battle of the Brits that saw him overcome Salisbury and Desirae Krawczyk 6-2, 7-5.
They will now go on to face Nathaniel Lammons and Gabriela Dabrowski in the second round.
Meanwhile, Glasspool teamed up with the USA's Asia Muhammad, with the pair easing past all-French duo Dan Added and Estelle Cascino 6-3, 6-4. They now march into the second round with a match-up against Lyudmyla Kichenok and Matthew Ebden awaiting.
Jamie Murray was the first British player into the third round of the men's doubles draw at Roland Garros, while Lloyd Glasspool quickly followed suit.
Murray and New Zealand partner Michael Venus defeated Colombian duo Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah 6-1, 7-5.
Murray and Venus broke the former world No.1 team three times in a row in both the first and second set as they crusied through in an hour and 41 minutes.
Next up they will play either Nicolas Barrientos and Robert Galloway, or Marcelo Arevalo and Jean-Julien Rojer.
In the afternoon match, Glasspool and Finnish partner Harri Heliovaara overcame Alexei Popyrin and Ilya Ivashka 7-6(3), 7-5.
The first set was one of fine margins, but it was the British, Finnish duo who held firm in the first set tie-break to take a firm hold on the match.
Despite being the first to lose serve in the second, Glasspool and Heliovaara hung tight - eventually clawing the break back before finding one of their own and closing out the match on their third match point.
Cam Norrie is into the third round of Roland Garros thanks to an impressive 6-1, 6-3, 6-3 win over France’s Lucas Pouille.
Aiming for a career-best fourth round at the French Open, Norrie will face the winner of Lorenzo Musetti vs Alexander Shevchenko.
Returning to Court Suzanne-Lenglen to face a home favourite for a second time already at Roland Garros, Norrie was in no mood to hang around. Striking the ball with immense confidence during the early stages, the British No.1 overpowered Pouille in every area of the court – closing out the first set in 26 minutes and losing just two points on serve.
From a break down in the second, the Frenchman sparked into action, igniting the home crowd behind him. With Pouille upping the aggression and bringing it back to 3-3, Norrie turned to his heavy forehand deep to his opponent’s backhand to secure a fourth and then a fifth break in eight games service games.
With the sting taken out of Pouille’s short-lived challenge in the second, Norrie put his foot on the gas early in the third. The world No.13’s machine-like efficiency helped him stretch to a 5-1 lead and despite a late break from the French star, Norrie staved off two further break points in the final game to book his place in the third round at Roland Garros for a third time in his career.
Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram began their challenge for a fourth Grand Slam doubles title together with a 2-6, 6-1, 6-4 win over Hugo Dellien and Guido Pella.
Having won only nine points on serve in the opening set, last week's Lyon Open champions reached another gear - breaking their opponents four times to close out the win in three sets.
Neal Skupski and Giuliana Olmos kickstarted the mixed doubles draw at this year's French Open with a comfortable 6-3, 6-2 win over Anna Danilina and Santiago Gonzalez.
Barnett and Nicholls suffered a crucial break in the penultimate game of the third set decider as they were defeated by Italian partnership Jasmine Paolini and Martina Trevisan 7-6(5), 1-6, 6-4.
Patten and Cash had led by a set and a break, as well as having opportunities to break in the third, but eventually lost to Australia's Max Purcell and USA's Ben Shelton 3-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Murray, alongside Kiwi partner Michael Venus confidently overcame Diego Hidalgo and David Vega Hernandez 7-6(5), 6-4 to sail through to the second round in France.
With confidence flowing through their veins following their title victory in Geneva last week, the British, Kiwi duo made a fast start - storming to a 3-0 lead in the first set. However, Hidalgo and Hernandez soon found their rhythm as they dug deep to gain the break back and eventually force a first set tie-break, which ultimately saw Murray and Venus take the edge.
Into the second they went and it was Murray and Venus who found the cruicial breakthrough to take a 5-3 lead before wrapping up the win on their first match point to advance to the s recond ound where they will face Ecuador's Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah.
Joint world No.1's Skupski and Wesley Koolhof enjoyed a first round victory after overcoming Andrey Golubev and Gonzalo Escobar 6-3, 7-6(5).
Skupski and Koolhof came out firing in the first set - winning an impressive 100% of points behind their first serve, and 92% off their second, with the experienced British, Dutch duo taking both break point opportunities to claim the first set.
Despite little separating the two pairings in the second, it was the first seeds who came out on top in the tie-break to eventually wrap up a straight sets victory and send them through to the second round.
Skupski and Koolhof will now go on to face Pedro Cachin and Wu Yibing.
2022 Roland Garros quarter-finalists Glasspool and Finnish partner Harri Heliovaara battled past Alexander Erler and Lucas Miedler in a 7-6(3), 4-6, 6-3 win.
The fifth seeds got off to a winning start as they took the reins in the first set tie-break to chalk a set on the scoreboard - but a momentum shift in the second saw the Austrian pairing level up the match to one set apiece.
The deciding set saw the British, Finnish duo go down an early break on their opening service game but they soon found their rhythm - clinching the break back before finding a one of their own to push ahead and eventually secure the win after serving it out for the match.
Norrie defeated home favourite Benoit Paire 7-5, 4-6, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4 to seal a first round thriller on Court Suzanne-Lenglen in three hours and 36 minutes.
He will move on to face another French star, Lucas Pouille in round two.
Norrie proved the more consistent of the two in the first set, but was made to work for an early lead. After overturning an initial break, Norrie faced and saved another five break points thanks to the help of his wide angled lefty serve. As the unforced error count reached 25 for the Frenchman, Norrie sealed his second break, and with it, the set.
After a shaky start in the second, Paire quickly got back to business, dictating more and more of the points off his favoured backhand. A strange call of hinderance against Norrie gave Paire the opening he needed to take the first break and this time he was able to hold out.
Continuing his ascension, Paire ripped a forehand return winner down the line – one of 70 total winners throughout the match – to set up and eventually take the first of three breaks in the third as well.
Norrie’s relentless tenacity is one of the key reasons he’s reached the top 10 in the world and over five-sets, he’s incredible hard to beat – as Paire soon found out. Almost out of nowhere, Norrie took the sting out of the crowd with a break in the third game and dominated the remainder of the set.
There were more twists and turns to come in the decider. Norrie’s wayward backhand in the opening game gifted Paire an early break and reignited the French support. It looked like his chance was all but over having squandered four break points and trailing 4-2, but Norrie came to life in the biggest period of the match – rattling off four consecutive games to win the match.
Draper's Roland Garros debut saw an early end, with the Brit having to retire with an injury againt Tomas Martin Etcheverry at 6-4, 1-0 (RET)
It was clear from the off that Draper was going to be in for a tough afternoon as the Argentinian came storming out the gate to an early 4-1 lead. Draper would have to save six more break points over the following two service games, with an apparent injury forcing him to serve underarm at times. Despite managing to level the set at 4-4, eventually the Etcheverry’s pressure told, taking the set in just under an hour.
Draper was forced to call a medical timeout to try and get some treatment on his shoulder. The young Brit tried to continue into the second set but after just one game, was forced to retire.
The opening day of this year’s Roland Garros saw Britain’s Dan Evans go head-to-head with Australia’s Thanasi Kokkinakis, eventually losing 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 as he exited the first round.
Having met only twice prior to their meeting in Paris, Kokkinakis was first to take the initiative as he broke away by winning the opening set to claim the advantage in their third encounter.
Despite some quick responses by the Brit to stay in contention in the second, the Australian wildcard remained in control as he found the double break he needed to storm ahead before clinching the third and closing out the match in two hours and 30 minutes.