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Then I got a Belgian in the finals at Wimbledon: Joachim Gérard to the final doubles in the wheelchair tennis

22e42c2f378023b32982ebad211ad194 - Then I got a Belgian in the finals at Wimbledon: Joachim Gérard to the final doubles in the wheelchair tennis

Joachim Gérard has Friday on the London grass of Wimbledon for the finals of the doubles in the wheelchair tennis.

The 29-year-old Belgian (number 5 in the world in doubles) won to the side of the Swede Stefan Olsson (ITF 8 in doubles) after 1 hour and 58 minutes of play in three sets (6-1, 3-6 and 7-5) of the French reekshoofden Stéphane Houdet (ITF 1) and Nicolas Nicolai (ITF 2).

In the final state of the Belgian-Swedish duo opposite the British second reekshoofden Alfie Hewett (ITF 3) and Gordon Reid (ITF 4). The British defeated in the semi-finals after 2 hours and 48 minutes and the Argentine Gustavo Fernandez (ITF 7) and the Japanese Shingo Kunieda (ITF 9) in three sets: 6-4, 3-6 and 7-6 (7/3).

Earlier in the day lost to Joachim Gerard in the semi-finals of the singles in three sets (6-1, 4-6, 6-2) Gustavo Hernandez (ITF 3 in singles). In the final, the Argentinian opposite Gérards doubles partner Olsson (ITF 7).

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