Australian Open: Gordon Reid beaten by Shingo Kunieda in men’s wheelchair final

February 2, 2020
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    Gordon Reid (left) and Shingo Kunieda

    Shingo Kunieda (right) won his first Australian Open singles title in 2007

    Scot Gordon Reid’s hopes of a second Australian Open wheelchair crown were thwarted by Japan’s Shingo Kunieda, who won his 10th Melbourne title.

    Kunieda’s 6-4 6-4 victory earned him his 23rd Grand Slam singles success.

    Reid, the 2016 champion, broke twice early in the first set, but Kunieda countered before making a decisive break in the ninth game.

    Kunieda was an early break down in the second set but fought back again before taking victory with a forehand winner.

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