JORDANNE Whiley continued her remarkable return to wheelchair tennis by taking two titles in South Korea.

Whiley bagged singles and doubles success at the Busan Open last weekend.

The Halesowen star's incredible comeback to international wheelchair tennis after childbirth gained yet more momentum as the former world number three made it three titles in four tournaments this season with a series of four commanding straight sets wins in the singles event.

The 10-time Grand Slam champion’s victories included three against Japanese players as she raced past fourth seed Manami Tanaka 6-2, 6-0 in the semi-finals before defeating fifth seed Momoko Ohtani in the final for her first ITF 2 title of the year.

She then teamed up with Lucy Shuker to take the doubles crown.

Two-time Paralympic bronze medallists Shuker and Whiley paired up for the first time since winning their bronze medal match at Rio 2016 to claim their first title together since 2015.

After beginning with a 6-0, 6-0 win, their toughest challenge came in the semi-finals as they claimed a thrilling 7-5, 6-7(3), (10-7) win over top seeds Sakhorn Khanthasit and Ohtani following a deciding match tie-break. Shuker and Whiley wrapped up the title with a comprehensive 6-1, 6-1 win over Japanese third seeds Kanako Domori and Saki Takamuro.

Speaking of her singles victory, Whiley said: "I’ve played some really good tennis all week, but today in the final it was a little tricky as it was really windy, However, I’m happy that I found a way to stick in there and I’m very pleased with how the comeback has started.”

Following her success at the Wrexham Indoor ITF3 earlier this year, Whiley went on to finish runner-up in the ITF 2 Bolton Indoor before winning last month’s ITF 3 Biel-Bienne Indoor in Switzerland.

With 17 wins in her first 18 women’s singles matches of 2019, Whiley’s latest success will see her regain a place back inside the world’s top 25 before contesting her first ITF 1 tournament of the year at this week’s Daegu Open.