Ickenham’s Jordanne Whiley breezed into the Wimbledon wheelchair singles semi-finals with a convincing win over Lucy Shuker.

The British No 1 showed her class to knock out her opponent with a 6-1, 6-1 triumph over the woman she will be pairing up with at the Paralympics in Rio.

Shuker may have lost in straight sets but she managed to get a couple of games on the board to avoid the humiliation of a double bagel.

Whiley’s reward for seeing off Shuker is a tie with Dutch ace Aniek van Koot in the last four at the All England Club.

Koot today beat Whiley’s SW19 doubles partner Yui Kamiji in a hard-fought three-set battle earlier this afternoon.

Whiley and Kamiji won the Wimbledon doubles title last year and will begin the defence of their crown in south west London tomorrow.

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