Norfolk’s British number one Alfie Hewett showed he is in impressive form heading towards the season climax at the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters later this month when winning the Bath Indoor men’s singles title.
Norfolk’s Alfie Hewett and his Scottish playing partner Gordon Reid made a unique piece of sporting history when they won the first ever wheelchair tennis match to played on Arthur Ashe Court, earning them a place in Saturday’s men’s doubles final at the US Open.
He has two Paralympic silver medals, one Wimbledon doubles title and a French Open singles crown in his locker already, but Cantley’s Alfie Hewett still branded his second SW19 win as a standout achievement.
World number one Gustavo Fernandez battled back to deny wheelchair tennis star Alfie Hewett a place in his first Wimbledon singles final – but the Norfolk star will play in the doubles final on the world’s biggest stage .
As he prepares for another shot at grand slam glory, Alfie Hewett was ‘brave’ enough to take on the challenge posed by DAVID FREEZER – and showed exactly why he’s a star of the wheelchair tennis world.