Helensburgh wheelchair tennis star Gordon Reid is celebrating a return to the world’s top five this week after his impressive start to 2020 continued with his latest singles final and a fourth successive doubles title with fellow Brit Alfie Hewett over the weekend in Rotterdam.

In his first tournament since reaching the men’s singles final and winning the men’s doubles at the Australian Open, Reid, 28, enjoyed straight sets wins over Sweden’s Stefan Olsson and Belgium’s Joachim Gerard to set up the first ever all-Brit final in Rotterdam.

However, despite five of the first seven games of their latest head-to-head going to deuce and the high-quality contest lasting an hour and 31 minutes, it was Hewett that added his name to the roll of honour 6-0, 6-3.

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In their first tournament since winning their first Australian Open title as a pairing, Hewett and Reid beat Wimbledon champions Gerard and Olsson 6-3, 6-3 to reach the final before defeating reigning Paralympic champions Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer of France 6-1, 4-6, (10-5) after a deciding match tie-break.

Reid said: “I’m very happy to have reached back to back singles finals, with some solid performances to take out top two 10 players in straight sets in the quarter and semi-finals.

"Unfortunately, I couldn’t find my highest level in the final and the best man won on the day.

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“I thought myself and Alfie performed very well as a team again this week.

"We had the perfect start to the year in doubles in Australia, so it was important for us to keep the momentum flowing in Rotterdam.”

Reid has been back in action this week on home soil, at the Bolton Indoor tournament.

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