GB's Lapthorne wins doubles title but Hewett beaten
Tokito Oda (left) broke Alfie Hewett's serve five times in the Briton's 10 service games
Great Britain's Andy Lapthorne won a second French Open quad wheelchair doubles title but compatriot Alfie Hewett was denied a fourth Roland Garros singles crown by Tokito Oda.
Lapthorne and South Africa's Donald Ramphadi beat second seeds Robert Shaw and Heath Davidson 1-6 6-2 10-3.
But three-time men's wheelchair singles champion Hewett lost 6-1 6-4 to Japanese 17-year-old Oda.
The teenager also replaces Hewett as world number one with the victory.
Hewett returns to action later on Saturday alongside Gordon Reid as the Britons, champions in Paris for the past three years, seek a 17th Grand Slam title together.
The top-ranked duo, who are contesting a 15th consecutive Slam final, face Spain's Martin de la Puente and Argentina's Gustavo Fernandez on court 14.