Jordanne Whiley won her first Wimbledon title since giving birth to son Jackson as British stars revelled in wheelchair tennis Grand Slam glory.

Whiley and Yui Kamiji are no strangers to women’s doubles success but this may have just topped the lot, overcoming fellow Brit Lucy Shuker and Kgothatso Montjane in straight sets.

The pair won the title every year between 2014 and 2017, the last of which came when Whiley was 11 weeks pregnant.

But the four-year wait was worth it in the 6-0 7-6 victory on Court 3.

“The last time I won here with Yui I was pregnant, and now he’s doing a lap of honour on the court! That was really nice,” she said.

The defeated Shuker added: “To be fair to them they just played really well. In the second set we turned it around.

“We had chances to maybe take the set, and we don’t know if that might have changed the game.”

Whiley was not the only British player celebrating a latest Wimbledon title with Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett reclaiming their men’s doubles title.

The duo saw their three-year winning run come to an end in 2019 but they’re back in the winners’ circle thanks to a 7-5 6-2 win over Joachim Gerard and Tom Egberink.

Gerard was one half of the duo that beat the British pair two years ago but the Belgian and his Dutch partner Egberink were powerless in stopping Reid and Hewett.

“It’s a great feeling to get our hands back on the trophy,” said Hewett.

“There’s been a lot of hard work behind the scenes and Wimbledon is always the title we want to bring home to us, the people around us and the home crowd.

“The stakes were high, but we’ve had a good run recently and we always head onto court confident. We’re so proud.”

And it won’t be long before Reid is back in action, taking centre stage on Sunday in the men’s singles – with Gerard once again on the other side of the net.

There was also another win for Andy Lapthorne, the day after he won the quad doubles title alongside David Wagner.

Lapthorne beat Wagner 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 to win the third-place play-off in the quad singles event.

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