Alfie Hewett won his second Major title in two days after defeating Belgium’s Joachim Gerard 6-4 4-6 6-3 in an epic encounter in the men’s wheelchair singles final.

Just 24 hours after completing the career Grand Slam of doubles titles alongside partner Gordon Reid, Hewett was back out on court at Roland Garros against the World No.4 Gerard of Belgium.

The pair were well matched going into the final – Hewett slightly edging their head to head record 12-10 prior to today’s match – and in an enthralling encounter the match ebbed and flowed over the course of two hours and 45 minutes in the French capital.

With each player winning a set Hewett rallied from 1-3 down in the decider to triumph 6-4 4-6 6-3 and claim his fourth Grand Slam singles title.