Jiske Griffioen of The Netherlands brought Yui Kamiji's emphatic run of wheelchair tennis victories to an end in the final of the 2017 Open de France in Paris today.
Prior to today's defeat Japan's Kamiji had not lost in 30 matches, a run which also saw her win the French Open title earlier this month.
She was finally beaten today though as Griffioen claimed a 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 victory.
Gustavo Fernandez of Argentina defeated Great Britain's Gordon Reid in the men's singles final.
Fernandez, who ousted local favourite Stephane Houdet yesterday, claimed his first Open de France crown as he comfortably defeated the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games champion 6-2, 6-2.
David Wagner of the United States claimed the quads singles title.
The top seed battled to a 6-4, 4-6, 7-5 three set win over Britain's Andy Lapthorne in the final.
Competition came just weeks before the second Grand Slam of the season, with wheelchair tennis action on the grass at Wimbledon scheduled for July 13 to 16.
The event is an International Tennis Federation Super Series competition.