Robin Ammerlaan (NED) won his sixth NEC Masters Men's Singles title on Sunday, while Esther Vergeer(NED) made it a Dutch double in Amsterdam with her tenth title.
In a rematch of the 2005 men's final world No. 2 Ammerlaan and world No. 4 Michael Jeremiasz (FRA)split two closely fought sets before Ammerlaan dominated the decider to seal a 76(8) 57 60 victory.
World No. 3 Vergeer faced fellow Dutchwoman and world No. 3 in the women's singles final. Homan is one of three players to have taken a set of tennis off Vergeer this season, but despite giving the defending champion a stiff challenge in Sunday's contest she was unable to force a decider on this occasion as the peerless Vergeer prevailed 63 64 to take her amazing collection of NEC Masters titles in to doubles figures.
Sunday's third and fourth place play-offs saw world No. 1 Shingo Kunieda (JPN) end the event on a positive performance as he eased past world No. 3 Stephane Houdet (FRA) 63 61 to claim third place prize money in the men's event.
Meanwhile, in the all-Dutch women's third and fourth place play-off world No. 4 Jiske Grriffioen beat world No. 2 Sharon Walraven 61 75, Griffioen beating her higher ranked compatriot for the fourth time in their five meetings in 2007.
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2007 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters - Preview
Day 1 report - Ammerlaan and Jeremiasz recover for opening wins
Day 2 report - Vink and Wagner make headlines at NEC Masters
Day 3 report - Norfolk and Wagner reach quad final in Amsterdam
Day 4 report - Wagner wins quad title and Jeremiasz upsets Kunieda