Shingo Kunieda, the gold medalist of the Tokyo Paralympics last year, won the men's singles in the Australian Open's four major tennis tournaments for the first time in two years.

Kunieda played against Alfie Hewett of England in the final of the men's singles in the wheelchair section on the 27th.

The first set was a close game, and Kunieda made a shot from a strong forehand to a tough course in the 12th game with a game count of 6-5, breaking the opponent's service game and making this set 7-5. I robbed it.

In the second set, I made many mistakes from the beginning and was pushed by the opponent's sharp shot and dropped 3-6.

In the final 3rd set, he took the initiative from quick chair work and shot left and right, and he took the set 6-2 and took the set count 2 to 1 for the first time in 2 years in this tournament. I won the 11th victory.

Kunieda has won the men's singles at the four major tournaments since the US Open last year after the Tokyo Paralympics, and has increased the total number of wins to "26".