Gustavo Fernández claimed a second wheelchair tennis title in Paris in eight days as he defeated world number one Shingo Kunieda to win the BNP Paribas Open de France.
Argentina's Fernández stormed to victory on the Roland Garros clay courts as he defeated Briton Gordon Reid in the French Open final last Saturday (June 8).
And against Japan's Kunieda he was in impeccable form in claiming a 6-3, 6-2 victory.
Women's world number one Diede de Groot from the Netherlands backed up yesterday's doubles win by securing the women's singles title at Parc Départemental des Sports de la Grenouillère d'Antony.
Let's gooo!!!! I won my first ever Super Series 🏆 beating nr4 Lapthorne by 6-1 5-7 6-1 😁 It's been an incredible week and I've played a lot of strong opponents so to go home with the trophy is incredible 💪🏻— Sam Schröder (@SamWCTennis) June 16, 2019
Thanks to everyone who helped organize this tournament, I'll be back! pic.twitter.com/olTZS0V3Up
Against her doubles partner and compatriot Aniek van Koot, De Groot stormed through the first set before edging a tiebreak to win 6-1, 7-6.
The men's quads final was won by Sam Schröder from the Netherlands.
Schröder took the first set against Britain's Andy Lapthorne, who had defeated top seed Australian David Wagner in the semi-finals, and although the Briton levelled the match it was the Dutchman who had the stamina to take the decider in a 6-1, 5-7, 6-1 victory.
The event was part of the International Tennis Federation Super Series.