UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters



UNIQLO Doubles MastersThe first ever Wheelchair Tennis Doubles Masters took place in 2000, alongside the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters, in the Netherlands and annually attracts the world's very best wheelchair tennis stars.

The Doubles Masters became a stand alone event in 2003 and was held in Italy from 2003 until 2010. In 2011, the event moved to Amsterdam, Netherlands for a two year period.

The 2013 Doubles Masters moved outside Europe for the first time, when it was held on 5-11 November in Mission Viejo, Southern California. USA, alongside the 2013 NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters.

The 2014 UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters will also be held in Mission Viejo from 5-9 November.

Each year the top eight men’s pairings, top six women's pairings and top four quad pairings are accepted into the draw which follows a round-robin format in the same style as the NEC Masters.

The UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters remains the most prestigious doubles event on the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour. It also carries ITF Masters Series status, bringing with it a rich pool of ranking points, and as it falls towards the end of the calendar it may also decide the year-end world No. 1 doubles players in each of the men's, women's and quad rankings.

 

Gordon Reid (GBR) and Stephane Houdet (FRA)



Past Champions

Year Men Women Quad
2013
Stephane Houdet (FRA)/
Gordon Reid (GBR) 
Yui Kamiji (JPN)/
Jordanne Whiley (GBR) 
Nick Taylor (USA)/
David Wagner (USA) 
2012
Stephane Houdet (FRA)/
Shingo Kunieda (JPN)
Jiske Griffioen (NED)/
Aniek van Koot (NED)
Nick Taylor (USA)/
David Wagner (USA)
2011
Tom Egberink (NED)/
Michael Jeremiasz (FRA)
Esther Vergeer (NED)/
Sharon Walraven (NED)
Nick Taylor (USA)/
David Wagner (USA)
2010
Maikel Scheffers (NED)/
Ronald Vink (NED)
Aniek van Koot (NED)/
Sharon Walraven (NED)
Andrew Lapthorne (GBR)/
Peter Norfolk (GBR)
2009
Maikel Scheffers (NED)/
Ronald Vink (NED)
Korie Homan (NED)/
Esther Vergeer (NED)
Nick Taylor (USA)/
David Wagner (USA)
2008
Stefan Olsson (SWE)/
Peter Wikstrom (SWE)
Jiske Griffioen (NED)/
Esther Vergeer (NED)
Johan Andersson (SWE)/
Bas Van Erp (NED)
2007
Stephane Houdet (FRA)/
Michael Jeremiasz (FRA)
Jiske Griffioen (NED)/
Esther Vergeer (NED)
Nick Taylor (USA)/
David Wagner (USA)
2006
Maikel Scheffers (NED)/
Ronald Vink (NED)
Jiske Griffioen (NED)/
Esther Vergeer (NED)
Nick Taylor (USA)/
David Wagner (USA)
2005
Michael Jeremiasz (FRA)/
Jayant Mistry (GBR)
Jiske Griffioen (NED)/
Esther Vergeer (NED)
Nick Taylor (USA)/
David Wagner (USA)
2004
Martin Legner (AUT)/
Satoshi Saida (JPN)
Jiske Griffioen (NED)/
Esther Vergeer (NED)
Sarah Hunter (CAN)/
Peter Norfolk (GBR)
2003
Martin Legner (AUT)/
Satoshi Saida (JPN)
Maaike Smit (NED)/
Esther Vergeer (NED)
Sarah Hunter (CAN)/
Peter Norfolk (GBR)
2002
Kai Schrameyer (GER)/
Stephen Welch (USA)
Maaike Smit (NED)/
Esther Vergeer (NED)
2001
Miroslav Brychta (CZE)/
Martin Legner (AUT)
Maaike Smit (NED)/
Esther Vergeer (NED)
2000
Ricky Molier (NED)/
Stephen Welch (USA)
Daniela di Toro (AUS)/
Maaike Smit (NED)