Argentina's Gustavo Fernandez gained revenge for his defeat in last month’s French Open final by defeating Great Britain’s Alfie Hewett in the last four of the wheelchair tennis Wimbledon Championships today.
Hewett earned his maiden Grand Slam title in Paris when the 19-year-old came from a set down to beat Fernandez.
However, the Argentine silenced the British crowd today by eliminating Hewett at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
The Briton won the opening set 6-4 before Fernandez came roaring back to take the second and decisive third 7-6, 6-3.
Awaiting the second seed in the final is Sweden’s Stefan Olsson.
He beat defending champion Gordon Reid yesterday and continued his good form by recording a 6-4, 6-2 success against Shingo Kunieda of Japan.
Germany's Sabine Ellerbrock also gained some retribution for losing in last month’s women’s French Open final.
Ellerbrock was beaten by Japan’s Yui Kamiji in the French capital, but claimed a three-set victory over the same opponent today.
The European took the opening set 7-6 before Kamiji was quickly level after winning the second 6-1.
It was Ellerbrock who ultimately prevailed though as she took the third and decisive set 7-6.
She will now meet The Netherlands' Diede de Groot in the final.
The Dutch player blew away compatriot Aniek van Koot 6-0, 6-2 to progress.
The women’s final is due to take place tomorrow before the men’s event concludes on Sunday (July 16).