Britain’s Alfie Hewett completed a double at the Wheelchair Tennis Masters in Barcelona with success in the singles final.
Hewett, the world number two, came through 4-6 6-1 6-3 against Argentina’s world number three Gustavo Fernandez.
It meant the 25-year-old will end the season as world number one.
“It was one of my goals,” said Hewett. “When I sat down at the beginning of the year I said I wanted to finish the year as number one.”
It was a second title of the week for Hewett, who also partnered fellow Briton Gordon Reid to victory in the doubles final on Saturday.
The 18-time Grand Slam winners came from a set and 2-0 down against Fernandez and Spain’s Martin de la Puente, the defending champions, to first level the match and then win 10-6 in a championship tie-break for their third Masters title.
It was also a third Masters singles title for Hewett after victories in 2017 and 2021 and his seventh singles crown of 2023.
“I’m obviously super happy” he added on his success and number one ranking.
“To be able to say we did it is something I’m extremely proud of – and to win the Masters singles title at the same time is an even more special feeling”.