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).