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Britain's Andy Lapthorne hitting a forehand at the 2022 Cajun Classic

Cajun Classic 2022 - daily updates


Get the latest updates from the Brits at the Cajun Classic ITF Super Series event in Louisiana.


  • Alfie Hewett beat Argentina’s Gustavo Fernandez 6-2, 6-0 in men's singles final
  • Andy Lapthorne and David Wagner won the quad doubles title against Heath Davidson and Robert Shaw
  • Lucy Shuker and Dana Matthewson finish runners-up in women's doubles
  • Shuker and Lapthorne knocked out in singles semi-finals

Day six - Hewett lifts Cajun Classic singles title

Alfie Hewett was crowned the Cajun Classic men’s singles champion for the third time in his career on Sunday, after he defeated Argentina’s Gustavo Fernandez 6-2, 6-0 in the final.

Second seed Hewett added to his previous wins in 2017 and 2018 with a stunning week of tennis, which saw him lose only 15 games across four matches.

The British No.1 builds on his brilliant start to the 2022 season so far, which has seen him lift titles in Melbourne and Rotterdam, as well as reaching the final at the Australian Open in January.

Hewett’s attention will now turn to World Team Cup qualifying, where he’ll join Dermot Bailey, Dahnon Ward and Ben Bartram to represent Great Britain against Turkey from Thursday 17 March.

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