Norfolk wheelchair tennis player Alfie Hewett has made it through to the men's doubles final at Wimbledon alongside partner Gordon Reid.
Alfie missed out on a place in the singles final this afternoon, after he was beat by World Number One Gustavo Fernandez.
But the 19-year-old bounced back from that defeat, winning two sets to one alongside partner Gordon Reid.
The British pair have chance to become Wimbledon champions for the second time when they play in the final tomorrow.
Norfolk wheelchair tennis player Alfie Hewett has missed out on a place in the singles final at Wimbledon.
The 19-year-old from Cantley took the first set 6-4 against world number one Gustavo Fernández in the semi-final, but lost the next two (7-6, 6-3).
Hewett will now turn his attention towards defending his doubles title when he and partner Gordon Reid face Fernández and Shingo Kunieda later this afternoon.
Norfolk tennis player Alfie Hewett has booked his place in the semi-finals of the wheelchair singles at Wimbledon.
The 19-year-old from Cantley came from one set down to beat French number five seed Nicolas Peifer 4-6, 6-2, 6-2.
He will now face either Gustavo Fernández or Stéphane Houdet in the last four on Friday.
Qualifier Alex Ward will play British number two Kyle Edmund in the first round of Wimbledon next week.
The world number 855 pulled off a bit upset by beating Russia's Teymuraz Gabashvili in the final round of qualifying yesterday.
Ward will earn a guaranteed £35,000 just for making it to the tournament, and that figure could rise further if he manages to progress further.
Northampton tennis player Alex Ward has booked his place at Wimbledon thanks to a stunning win in the final round of qualifying.
The world number 855 defied the odds to beat Russia's Teymuraz Gabashvili at Roehampton who was ranked 679 places higher.
It means the 27-year-old will now join the likes of Andy Murray and Novak Djoakevic in the main draw which takes place on Friday.
I played Wimbledon last year but since then I had six months off with a problem with the tendons in my wrist. It was pretty serious but in the end I had an injection and calmed it down.
I came back at the end of January, but since then I've been on a six or seven-match losing streak!
But I came here and just got better and better, and something has just clicked. It's come together for the best tournament
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Norfolk wheelchair tennis player Alfie Hewett says he's targeting more titles after winning his first Grand Slam at the French Open over the weekend.
The 19-year-old from Cantley near Great Yarmouth became the first British winner of the tournament when he beat defending champion Gustavo Fernández in the final at Roland-Garros.
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Norfolk tennis player Alfie Hewett has won his first Grand Slam single's final at the French Open.
The 19-year-old from Cantley near Norwich came from a set down to beat last year's champion Gustavo Fernandez in the men's wheelchair final at the Roland-Garros.
He missed out on the chance to take the double's title alongside fellow Briton Gordon Reid.
The pair lost against France’s Stéphane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer 6-4 6-3.
Norfolk tennis star Alfie Hewett has booked his place in the Australian Open wheelchair doubles final.
The 19-year-old from Cantley and his Argentine partner Gustavo Fernández beat France's Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer 1-6 6-1 10-7 in Melbourne overnight.
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Ironically, Hewett will now face his former partner Gordon Reid in tomorrow's showpiece.
The pair famously won the Wimbledon title together last summer.