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WOMENíS SINGLES GOLD MEDAL MATCH
Esther Vergeer (NED)  d. Aniek van Koot (NED)  60 63
- This was Vergeerís fourth consecutive womenís singles gold medal after her past wins in Sydney, Athens and Beijing. She has also won two gold medals and one silver medal in womenís doubles, taking her total tally to seven medals. This means she has now surpassed David Hallís record of six medals to become the most successful Paralympic tennis player of all-time. Vergeer is also guaranteed to reach eight medals on Saturday when she competes in the womenís doubles final.
- Vergeer has now won 470 consecutive singles matches, an unbeaten run that dates back to January 2003. During this time, she has won 120 singles titles.
MENíS DOUBLES GOLD MEDAL MATCH
Stefan Olsson / Peter Vikstrom (SWE)  d. Frederic Cattaneo / Nicolas Peifer (FRA)  61 62
- This is Swedenís first ever gold medal at the Paralympic Tennis Event. The nation has previously recorded two silver medals, which were both won in Beijing by Olsson and Vikstrom in the menís doubles and Johan Andersson in the quad singles.
MENíS DOUBLES BRONZE MEDAL MATCH
Stephane Houdet / Michael Jeremiasz (FRA)  d. Robin Ammerlaan / Ronald Vink (NED)  60 60
QUAD SINGLES BRONZE MEDAL MATCH
Nicholas Taylor (USA) d. Shraga Weinberg (ISR) 16 63 64
WOMENíS DOUBLES BRONZE MEDAL MATCH
Lucy Shuker / Jordanne Whiley (GBR)  d. Sakhorn Khanthasit / Ratana Techamaneewat (THA) 67(8) 76(2) 63