Britain's Jamie Burdekin was responsible for knocking out the first seeded player at the 24th British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships on Wednesday's second day of play as the quad singles semi-final line-up was completed.
World No. 10 Burdekin, the 2012 runner-up at the British Open, put in a tremendous performance in his quarter-final to beat American fourth seed and world No. 7 Greg Hasterok 6-0, 6-0. Former world No. 5 Burdekin, who is playing his first tournament since May after recovering from injury, will now face South African second seed and world No. 3 Lucas Sithole, who dropped just three games in his quarter-final.
Joachim Gerard ended the challenge of Nottinghamshire's British No. 3 David Phillipson in singles however the Notts player has reached the men's doubles quarter-finals with partner Hewett .