Grand Slam champions head UNIQLO Doubles Masters

The tournament is the ITF’s year-end championship for the top wheelchair doubles players. 03 Nov 2015
Nicolas Peifer of France and Gustavo Fernandez of Argentina pose with the winners trophy

Nicolas Peifer of France and Gustavo Fernandez of Argentina pose with the winners trophy after the Final Of The Wheelchair Gentlemen's Doubles against Gordon Reid of Great Britain and Michael Jeremiasz of France during day thirteen of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 12, 2015 in London, England.

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By International Tennis Federation

Five Grand-Slam-winning partnerships are among the entries for the 2015 UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters, one of the most prestigious events on the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour, which takes place 3-7 November in Mission Viejo, USA.

Belgium’s Joachim Gerard and France’s Stephane Houdet; two-time champions Yui Kamiji of Japan and Jordanne Whiley of Great Britain; and the USA’s eight-time champions Nick Taylor and David Wagner all return to Mission Viejo to try and retain their men's, women's and quad doubles titles, respectively. The tournament is the International Tennis Federation’s (ITF) year-end Championship for the world's leading wheelchair doubles players.

Reigning Wimbledon men's doubles champions Gustavo Fernandez of Argentina and Nicolas Peifer of France will take the courts. Dutch reigning Roland Garros and US Open women's doubles champions Jiske Griffioen and Aniek van Koot are also part of a high-class entry.

The top eight men's doubles pairings, the top six women's doubles pairings and the top four quad doubles pairings based on combined doubles rankings at the ranking cut-off date of 28 September make up the field.