Alfie Hewett won his fourth singles Grand Slam title and his second at Roland Garros after defeating Belgium's Joachim Gérard in three sets in the men's wheelchair final.
Lasting more than 150 minutes, the 22-year-old Briton took a hard-fought final 6-4, 4-6, 6-3.
Hewett has now won the French Open men's singles twice, to go with two US Open titles, and has also won doubles titles at all four Grand Slams.
He and compatriot Gordon Reid won the men's wheelchair doubles crown yesterday.
Hewett reach the singles final after defeating Gustavo Fernández, the second seed from Argentina and last year's winner.
Gérard has upset Japanese top seed Shingo Kunieda in the semi-finals.
Roland Garros Singles Champion 🏆— Alfie Hewett (@alfiehewett6) October 10, 2020
Amongst everything going on in the world right now, I want to thank thank the @FFTennis for hosting the wheelchair event here, taking extremely good precautions to keep everyone as safe as possible. This is what we live for 🇫🇷💙 pic.twitter.com/DNfkTULP8q
In the quad men's singles final, Australia's Dylan Alcott made quick work of his doubles team mate and second seed Andy Lapthorne of Britain.
Alcott, the reigning Wimbledon and Australia Open champion, triumphed 6-2, 6-2.
In the women's wheelchair doubles, Diede de Groot and Aniek van Koot of The Netherlands won a thrilling tiebreaker against their familiar rivals Yui Kamiji of Japan and Britain's Jordanne Whiley.
The Dutch pairing stopped Kamiji winning a second title at this year's tournament after her win the women's singles, with De Groot and Van Koot emerging 7-6, 3-6, 10-8 victors.