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Hewett loses US Open wheelchair singles final

Britain’s Alfie Hewett was beaten 6-2 4-6 6-3 by France’s Stephane Houdet in the US Open wheelchair singles final. Hewett had hoped to add the title to the doubles trophy he won on Saturday. But Hewett, who won his maiden Grand Slam singles trophy at the French Open this summer, ...

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Hewett beats Reid to make US Open wheelchair singles final

US Open Venue: Flushing Meadows, New York Dates: 28 Aug-10 Sept BBC coverage: Live radio and text commentary. Britain’s Alfie Hewett beat his doubles partner Gordon Reid in a thrilling match to reach the US Open wheelchair singles final on Sunday. Unseeded Hewett, 19, beat second seed Reid 7-5 5-7 ...

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Britain's Hewett and Reid reach US Open wheelchair doubles final

US Open Venue: Flushing Meadows, New York Dates: 28 Aug-10 Sept BBC coverage: Live radio and text commentary on selected matches every day. Britain’s Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid are into the final of the US Open men’s wheelchair doubles after a straight-set victory over Gustavo Fernandez and Shingo Kunieda. ...

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Shuker & Houdet win wheelchair mixed doubles title

British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships Venue: Nottingham Tennis Centre Date: Semi-finals and final, 5-6 August Coverage: Live streaming of the semi-finals and final from 09:45 BST across Connected TV, BBC Sport website and mobile app. Lucy Shuker defended her mixed doubles title on the final day of the British Open ...

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British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships: Alfie Hewett beats Gordon Reid in semis

British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships Venue: Nottingham Tennis Centre Date: Semi-finals and final, 5-6 August Coverage: Live streaming of the semi-finals and final from 09:45 BST across Connected TV, BBC Sport website and mobile app. Alfie Hewett reached the British Open final with a 6-3 1-6 6-3 victory over Gordon ...

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Defending wheelchair champion Gordon Reid out of Wimbledon

Media playback is not supported on this device Gordon Reid’s defence of his Wimbledon wheelchair singles title ended in the first round as the Briton lost to Sweden’s Stefan Olsson. Olsson, who lost to Reid in the final of last year’s inaugural event, proved too strong for the Scot, prevailing ...

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'It's made me stronger' – the wheelchair players ready to star at Wimbledon

Grand slam winners, Paralympians and Wimbledon champions have gone head-to-head at a new tennis championship. Thirteen of the world’s best wheelchair players competed at the first Surbiton Wheelchair Tennis Tournament as a warm-up to Wimbledon. It’s the first time players have had a chance to try out their grass-court game ...

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Surbiton hosts Wimbledon warm-ups for wheelchair players

Surbiton will host a wheelchair grass-court tournament to allow players to prepare for Wimbledon. It is the first time a warm-up event has been held before Wimbledon for wheelchair tennis players. The three day competition, organised by the Tennis Foundation, will run from 6 July and will feature the 13 ...

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