Stefan Olsson wins his first singles wheelchair title at Wimbledon after beating Gustavo Fernandez 7-5, 3-6, 7-5. This is was two consecutive final appearances, last year he suffered defeat to Gordon Reid in the final.
This year before winning the coveted title, he took a sweet revenge beating Reid at the beginning of the tournament in Wimbledon wheelchair singles.
World number two Reid struggled on his return to Court 17, the scene of his triumphs in the singles and doubles last year.
Sweden’s Stefan Olsson proved too strong for the top-seeded Scot, winning 6-2, 6-3 to reach the semi-finals.
Reid also lost in the opening round of the singles at both the Australian Open and French Open, with doubles team-mate Alfie Hewett going on to take the title at the latter tournament.
The 25-year-old Reid held serve as he got under way against Olsson but then dropped five games in a row, and soon the opening set was gone.