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All England Lawn Tennis Club, UK 30 June - 13 July 2025

Alfie Hewett gives a roar in celebration during the wimbledon wheelchair men's singles final
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Wimbledon 2024: Results & updates


Get all the latest updates from the British tennis players in action at Wimbledon 2024 from 1 - 14 July at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.


Wimbledon highlights

Day 14: Hewett seals maiden Wimbledon title; Brits win sixth doubles trophy

Alfie Hewett had the 'best day of his life' on Sunday, winning the men's single title for the first time, before combining with Gordon Reid to lift the doubles trophy.

The world No.2 defeated Spain’s Martin De La Puente 6-2, 6-3 on No.1 Court to become only the fourth wheelchair player in history, and only second men’s player, to complete the career singles Grand Slam.

He is the second British player to win the title after Reid in 2016.

In his third Wimbledon final, Hewett kept his composure in the biggest moments to complete his lifelong goal of lifting the title.

He broke the fourth seed seven times over an hour and 18 minutes to claim the ninth Grand Slam singles title of his career.

Hewett and Reid later returned to defeat second seeds Tokito Oda and Takuya Miki 6-4, 7-6(2) to be crowned doubles champions once again.

The Brits came back from 5-2 down in the second set to clinch an historic win in a dominant tie-break.

A 21st title for Hewett and Reid sees them surpass the tally of most Grand Slam doubles titles won by one partnership, overtaking the 20 titles shared by the partnerships of Althea Louise Brough and Margaret Evelyn Du Pont, and Martina Navratilova and Pam Shriver.

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