Australia’s Dylan Alcott stormed to victory in the first quad wheelchair singles final at Wimbledon, thrashing Britain’s Andy Lapthorne 6-0, 6-2.
Nine-times Grand Slam singles champion Alcott, who won the quad doubles title with Lapthorne on Friday, triumphed in just 50 minutes.
Lapthorne had spent four months out with a broken wrist prior to the tournament, which appeared as an exhibition event last year.
Alcott told BBC Sport: "Andy is an absolute legend, but more important he is a great bloke.
"To come out at Wimbledon and get to play on the grass, for a kid who grew up in a wheelchair, it was a dream come true."
The women’s wheelchair singles final went against the seedings as Aniek van Koot won her third major title.
The Dutch player ousted compatriot and number one seed Diede de Groot 6-4, 4-6, 7-5.
Joachim Gerard of Belgium and Stefan Olsson of Sweden saw off defending champions Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid in the men’s wheelchair doubles.
Gerard and Olsson, the Australian Open champions, cruised to a 6-4, 6-2 triumph.
That result saw them bounce back from their defeat to the same opponents – who are three-times winners at SW19 – in last year’s final.