Gustavo Fernandez, Yui Kamiji and David Wagner have all seen their stays on top of the International Tennis Federation Wheelchair Tennis world rankings continue following their successes at the British Open.
This year's edition of the Wheelchair Tennis Masters will take place at Loughborough University after three years at London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Gustavo Fernandez of Argentina won the men's singles title at the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships in Nottingham.
Alfie Hewett came through an all-British men’s singles semi-final today against Rio 2016 Paralympic champion Gordon Reid at the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships in Nottingham.
Diede de Groot and Yui Kamiji have both progressed to the final of the women’s singles at the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships.
The top four seeds all progressed to the men’s singles semi-finals today at the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships in Nottingham.
Alfie Hewett cruised through an all-British encounter today at the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships in Nottingham without dropping a game.
Double Paralympic bronze medallist Lucy Shuker had to hold off a valiant fightback today to progress in the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships.
Rio 2016 medallists Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett are set to compete on home soil at the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships this week.
Japan's six-time champion Shingo Kunieda has been handed a wildcard for the US Open wheelchair tennis tournament in New York City.
Sweden’s Stefan Olsson claimed his first Grand Slam title today after beating second seed Gustavo Fernández of Argentina in the men’s singles wheelchair tennis final at Wimbledon.
The Netherlands' Diede de Groot won the women's singles wheelchair tennis title at Wimbledon after easing past Germany's Sabine Ellerbrock.
Argentina's Gustavo Fernandez gained revenge for his defeat in last month’s French Open final by defeating Great Britain’s Alfie Hewett in the last four of the wheelchair tennis Wimbledon Championships today.
Defending champion Gordon Reid was knocked out in the first round of the wheelchair tennis Wimbledon Championships today.
Paralympic champion Gordon Reid will be aiming to defend both of his Wimbledon titles when wheelchair tennis action gets underway on the grass at the All England Club tomorrow.