Gustavo Fernandez, Yui Kamiji and David Wagner have all seen their stays on top of the International Tennis Federation Wheelchair Tennis world rankings continue following their successes at the British Open.
Argentina’s Fernandez kept hold of the men’s number one spot following a 6-4, 6-3 victory in the final at the Nottingham Tennis Centre against Great Britain’s Alfie Hewett.
The beaten finalist occupies third place in the rankings, behind his compatriot and Rio 2016 champion Gordon Reid, beaten by Hewett in the semi-finals at Nottingham.
Kamiji secured the women’s singles title with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Dutch player Diede de Groot in the final.
De Groot is second in the standings,while her team-mate Jiske Griffioen, the Rio 2016 gold medallist, is third.
Wagner claimed the quads singles title in Nottingham for the third time in his career when he defeated Britain’s Andy Lapthorne 6-3, 6-1.
The American’s victory means he is still the world number one in front of Lapthorne.
Australia’s Rio 2016 gold medallist Dylan Alcott is third in the rankings.