Kevin Anderson captured his seventh ATP tour title, his first since the Maharashtra Open at Pune in January 2019.
The second-youngest player to reach the final in the Hall of Fame Open's 45-year history on Newport's grass courts, Jenson Brooksby will face 35-year-old Kevin Anderson in the final.
The nine teamed with Philip Morris’ Virginia Slims cigarette brand to launch the tour in the early 1970s and bring more prize money to the women’s game.
Jenson Brooksby stormed through the opening set and bounced back from an early break in the second to win on the grass court in just 62 minutes.
Kumar Sangakkara prevailed in all conditions, against all attacks: Former West Indies captain Brian Lara
Former Sri Lanka skipper Kumar Sangakkara was inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame earlier this month.
Sachin Tendulkar expressed delight to see former India cricketer Vinoo Mankad being inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame.
The announcement has been coincided with the inaugural World Test Championship final, to be played between India and New Zealand from June 18 in Southampton.
Cantona, who began his career in England at Leeds, scored 70 goals in 156 Premier League appearances and won four titles in five seasons for Manchester United.
Shearer, who won the title with Blackburn in 1995, is the Premier League's record goalscorer, netting 260 goals in 14 seasons for Blackburn and Newcastle.
The first group of six PCB Hall of Famers are the Pakistan members of the ICC Hall of Fame and have hence earned an automatic induction.