HELENSBURGH'S Gordon Reid says he's happy with his week's work at the start of the grass court tennis season after reaching the men's singles final at the Fever-Tree Wheelchair Tennis Championships in London.

Reid lost out 6-2, 7-5 to fellow Brit Alfie Hewett in the final at the Queen's Club on Sunday, two weeks after reaching the final of the French Open in Paris.

Hewett got the better of three breaks of serve in the first four games of the men’s singles final to take an early 3-1 lead over former Wimbledon champion Reid and maintained his consistency to seize the initiative.

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Reid gained the first break of the second set to edge 4-3 ahead. However, Hewett responded and a service hold to love gave the 21-year-old reigning US Open champion a 6-5 lead.

A double fault from Reid brought up match point and Hewett calmly manoeuvred himself into place to wrap up victory over the world number eight with a forehand down the line winner.

Meanwhile, Australian Open champions Joachim Gerard of Belgium and Stefan Olsson of Sweden lived up to their top-seeding with a clinical performance to beat Hewett and Reid 6-1, 6-0 in the men’s doubles final.

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Reid said on Sunday: “It’s been a good week. I had a good win yesterday against Stefan Olsson, the defending Wimbledon champion and a good player on grass, so I’m happy with my tennis this week.

"I’ve got a few things to work on from today’s match, but that’s the reason we’re here to play the games before Wimbledon and get to used to playing on the grass again.”

With Hewett and Reid back on court less than an hour after their singles final, the reigning Wimbledon and US Open champions were never able to find anything near their best tennis, and reigning Australian Open and British Open champions Gerard and Olsson added their names to the historic roll of honour at The Queen’s Club.

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The tournament was the first grass court event outside of Wimbledon to enjoy world ranking status on the ITF UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour.

Reid's attention now turns to SW19, where the Wimbledon wheelchair championships will be played from July 11-14.