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Alfie Hewett driven by question marks over future ahead of Paralympics

Wheelchair tennis star Alfie Hewett admits the threat of new classification rules prematurely ending his career is fuelling his motivation ahead of a potential Paralympic swansong. The 16-time grand slam champion has a second successive Games in his sights having been confirmed in Great Britain’s squad for this summer’s trip...
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Alfie Hewett successfully defends his French Open wheelchair singles title

Alfie Hewett successfully defended his French Open wheelchair singles title with victory over top seed Shingo Kunieda. The 6-3 6-4 win earned Hewett a fifth grand slam singles title and third in Paris and means he has done the double of singles and doubles crowns at Roland Garros in successive years after collecting the doubles trophy with Gordon Reid on Sunday.
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Alfie Hewett beats Gordon Reid to retain Rotterdam title

Alfie Hewett successfully defended his Rotterdam title with a 7-5 6-4 win over Gordon Reid in the all-British final. In a repeat of last year's showpiece, fourth seed Reid, 29, who beat top seed Gustavo Fernandez in the semi-finals, built a 5-2 lead and had a set-point. But second seed...
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Australian Open: Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid win wheelchair doubles title

Britons Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid successfully defended their Australian Open men's wheelchair doubles title with victory over Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer of France. The top seeds came through 7-5 7-6 (7-3) to claim their 10th Grand Slam title together - and fifth in a row. They equalled the...