Jordanne Whiley and Yui Kamiji crowned Wimbledon champions
By Claire Corkery
Last Updated: 10/07/16 4:51pm
Great Britain's Jordanne Whiley and Japan's Yui Kamiji secured a comfortable victory over Jiske Griffioen and Aniek van Koot to be crowned Wimbledon champions in the women's wheelchair doubles.
They beat the Dutch second seeds 6-2 6-2 in a repeat of the last three women's wheelchair doubles finals.
Top-seeded Whiley and Kamiji are now eight-time Grand Slam doubles champions, having won two Australian Opens, two Roland Garros titles, one at the US Open and now three at Wimbledon.
Whiley also played in the semi-finals of the women's wheelchair singles, where she lost out to Van Koot.
Team-mates Van Koot and Griffioen played on Saturday in the women's wheelchair singles final, but on opposite sides of the net, with Griffioen taking the title.
Whiley, from Halesowen, said: "We're both in a bit of shock. We never thought we could win three in a row as Jiske and Aniek are so strong.
"To win at Wimbledon is so special and the crowd were brilliant. We just love being on court with each other and love playing with each other."