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Melbourne Wheelchair Open 2023: Daily updates & results


Get the latest results and updates from the British players competing at the Melbourne Wheelchair Open ITF Super Series.


  • Alfie Hewett retained his Melbourne Open men's singles title in a 6-2, 6-2 win over Tokito Oda
  • Hewett and Gordon Reid finished runners up in the men's doubles after giving a walkover
  • Lucy Shuker and Dana Mathewson lost out on a place in the doubles final
  • Hewett and Reid through to the doubles final
  • Hewett through to his third Melbourne Open singles final in four years after 7-5, 6-1 win over Joachim Gerard
  • Reid lost out on a place in the final after defeat by No.4 Tokito Oda 0-6, 6-2, 6-2
  • Lucy Shuker out of the singles draw but advances to the doubles semi-final
  • Andy Lapthorne bows out of the quad singles and quad doubles
  • Draws & results
  • Live scores

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Day five: Alfie Hewett retains the Melbourne Open men's singles title

Top seed Alfie Hewett produced a polished display of tennis as he beat world No.4 Tokito Oda 6-2, 6-2 to retain the Melbourne Open men’s singles title and complete his preparations for the Australian Open.

A sequence of seven games without reply put the world No.2 in a dominant position at a set and 3-0 up at Hume Tennis and Community Centre in Craigieburn, north of Melbourne city centre and Hewett claimed the seventh Super Series singles title of his career after setting up match point with a delicate backhand drop shot.

One final backhand winner brought a typically passionate response from the British No.1, who will now bid to add a first Australian Open singles title. Hewett said:

“I’m delighted to get the victory today. It’s the perfect way to head into the Australian Open and it was one of my cleanest performances, so I’m really happy. I’m proud of my team and their performance, too, and so I’m looking forward to next week.”

Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid wheelchair doubles Australian Open

Hewett and Gordon Reid finished runners-up in the men’s doubles after giving a walkover to Belgian Joachim Gerard and Japan’s Takuya Miki and the 15-time Grand Slam champions head to Melbourne Park in a bid to make it four Australian Open men’s doubles titles in a row.

Lucy Shuker’s hopes of becoming the third Brit to reach a Melbourne Open final this year ended in the women’s double semis, fourth seeds Shuker and Dana Mathewson of the USA bowing out to second seeds Yui Kamiji and Zhenzhen Zhu 6-0, 6-2.     


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