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US Open

Flushing Meadows, USA 26 August - 08 September 2024

Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram celebrate winning the US Open 2022 men's doubles title
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US Open 2022: Daily updates & results


All the latest updates, results and draws from the Brits at the US Open this year. Watch the US Open live exclusively on Amazon Prime Sport.


  • Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram beat Neal Skupski and Wesley Koolhof to US Open men's doubles title
  • Alfie Hewett wins his 21st Grand Slam title after defeating Shingo Kunieda in straight-sets
  • Hewett and Gordon Reid finish runners-up in the men's doubles
  • Lucy Shuker, Gordon Reid and Andy Lapthorne knocked out in wheelchair singles
  • Live scores
  • Draws

Day 14 - Alfie Hewett defeats Shingo Kunieda to win his third US Open title 


The world No.2, Alfie Hewett, defeated Shingo Kunieda 7-6(2), 6-1 in the Wheelchair men's singles final to lift his third US Open title. 

A battle of the breaks in the opening set left spectators on the edge of their seats as there appeared to be few and far between the No.1 and No.2 seed. However, it was the British No.1 who looked to be in pole position after earning a total of five set points at 6-5, but Kunieda recovered well from a 40-0 deficit to call for a tiebreak. At the sixth time of asking, the Briton crossed the finish line after producing his second ace of the set to claim the scoreboard advantage.

Winning five straight points, Hewett was awarded with an immediate break in the second before consolidating his lead with a comfortable hold and a second break to build a healthy 3-0 lead. The 24-year-old proceeded to break his opponent for a fourth time in the set, producing 39 winners in total and finding championship point to close out the match with a straight-sets masterclass.


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