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Wheelchair Tennis at its best! Congratulations

Alfie & Gordon - true Champions

Britain's Alfie Hewett described it as "the best day" of his life after winning the Wimbledon wheelchair singles to complete a career Grand Slam - and then defending the doubles title.

Hewett had fallen to agonising defeats in the past two singles finals at Wimbledon, but this time he dominated Spain's Martin de la Puente in his 6-2 6-3 win on Court One.

Watch his reaction here -

About four hours later, Hewett and British partner Gordon Reid were embracing on court three after beating Japan's Takuya Miki and Tokito Oda 6-4 7-6 (7-2).

"Today's the stuff of dreams really," Hewett said after his doubles victory. "It's been a memorable day, the best of my life."
Congratulations to them both on their remarkable achievements.

reference - BBC Sport News

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