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Britons Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid had been denied a sixth successive US Open males’s wheelchair doubles title by Nicolas Peifer and Martin de la Puente.
Hewett, 24, and Reid, 30, took the primary set however misplaced to France’s Peifer and Spain’s De la Puente in a match tie-break on Louis Armstrong Stadium.
The 15-time Grand Slam wheelchair doubles champions had been finally crushed 4-6 7-5 10-6 in New York.
Hewett will contest the lads’s wheelchair singles last on Sunday.
The British pair noticed their run of 10 consecutive Grand Slam wheelchair doubles titles ended at Wimbledon in July.
They served out the opening set after breaking for a second time for a 5-4 lead, however they had been unable to do the identical within the tenth recreation of set two as Peifer and De la Puente levelled the match.
Peifer and De la Puente carried that momentum into the match tie-break to determine a 7-2 lead on their approach to taking their first match level.
Two-time singles champion Hewett, who gained the title in New York in 2018 and 2019, meets high seed Shingo Kunieda in his sixth successive US Open males’s wheelchair singles last.
Kunieda, a 28-time main singles champion, beat Hewett within the Australian Open and Wimbledon finals earlier this yr and is bidding to turn out to be the primary males’s wheelchair singles participant to finish a calendar Grand Slam.