|Place: Roland Garros, Paris Dates: May 28-June 11|
|Coverage: Live text and radio commentary of selected matches on BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra, the BBC Sport website and app|
Doubles partners Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid will meet in a British men’s wheelchair singles quarter-final at the French Open after both players progressed on Tuesday.
World number one and three-time champion Hewett beat Tom Egberink of the Netherlands 6-3, 7-5.
Reid, a two-time runner-up at Roland Garros, won 6-1, 6-1 against Maikel Scheffers of the Netherlands.
fellow british Lucy Shuker lost 6-2 6-2 to American Dana Mathewson.
Hewett, a seven-time Grand Slam singles champion, dominated the first set but found himself 5-2 down in the second after two breaks of serve from Egberink.
However, she won five games in a row to take the match and advance to the quarter-finals as she bids for a third straight major singles title.
His good friend Reid claimed the first set against Scheffers in just 33 minutes before closing out the second in similar fashion to reach an eighth straight quarter-final on Paris clay.
Shuker started brightly against doubles partner Mathewson in their first-round clash, building a quick 2-0 lead before the American rattled off six straight games to win the set.
The players traded breaks in the second, but Matthewson proved to be the stronger of the two to set up a quarter-final against the third seed. Ash Griffon of the Netherlands.