Wheelchair Tennis

World number ones lead entries for Roland Garros wheelchair tennis event

By Nick Butler

Shingo Kunieda will be seeking to continue the form he showed in winning the Australian Wheelchair Tennis Open earlier this year ©Getty ImagesApril 22 - Men's and women's world number one players Shingo Kunieda and Sabine Ellerbrock are among 14 to have received direct entries for the Roland Garros Wheelchair Tennis Event, it has been announced today.

ITF Wheelchair Doubles Masters to return to California in 2014

By Nick Butler

The ITF have announced that the 2014 Wheelchair Doubles Masters will return to Mission Viejo in California in 2014 ©ITFMarch 31 - Mission Viejo in California will host the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Wheelchair Doubles Masters for the second successive year, it has been announced.

Reid ensures double success for Britain in Cajun Classic Wheelchair Tennis Tournament

By Paul Osborne

Gordon Reid has added a second title for British players at the Cajun Classic with victory in the men's singles ©Getty ImagesMarch 23 - Gordon Reid has ensured a British double at the Cajun Classic Wheelchair Tennis Tournament in Baton Rouge, United States, winning the men's singles title a day after Jamie Burdekin won the quad singles.

Britain's Burdekin takes quad singles title at Cajun Classic Wheelchair Tennis Tournament

By Paul Osborne

Jamie Burdekin has won his first ever ITF 1 Series title with victory over David Wagner ©Getty ImagesMarch 22 - Great Britain's Jamie Burdekin has secured his first ever International Tennis Federation (ITF) 1 Series quad singles title with victory over world number one David Wagner on the penultimate day of the Cajun Classic Wheelchair Tennis Tournament in Baton Rouge, United States.

Miki and Kruger secure Desert Classic singles titles

By Paul Osborne

Katharina Kruger and Takuya Miki have won the men's and women's titles at the Desert Classic in Arizona ©Getty ImagesMarch 16 - Takuya Miki and Katharina Kruger have won the men's and women's singles titles at the Desert Classic in Tucson, Arizona, the first of three back-to-back International Tennis Federation (ITF) Wheelchair Tennis Tour events in the United States.

Wagner secures Desert Classic quad singles title

By Paul Osborne

David Wagner has claimed the quad singles title at the Desert Classic in Tucson, Arizona ©Getty ImagesMach 15 - David Wagner has won his second successive wheelchair tennis title of 2014 with victory in the quad singles at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Desert Classic in Tucson, Arizona.

Dutch legend Vandierendonck third wheelchair tennis player inducted into ITF Hall of Fame

By Nick Butler

Chantal Vandierendonck has become the first female tennis player to be inducted into the ITF Hall of Fame ©Rien HokkenMarch 3 - Camille Vandierendonck has today become the third wheelchair tennis player, and the first female one, to be inducted into the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Hall of Fame.

British players dominate Bolton wheelchair tennis tournament

By Paul Osborne

Great Britain's wheelchair tennis players have won five of the six titles on offer at the USN Bolton Arena Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament ©Getty ImagesFebruary 22 - Great Britain's wheelchair tennis players have won five out of the six titles on offer at the USN Bolton Arena Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament.

Shingo Kunieda defends Rotterdam title with dominant victory over Stephane Houdet

By Paul Osborne

Japan's Shingo Kunieda has defended his men's singles title at the ABN AMRO World Wheelchair Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam ©Getty ImagesFebruary 15 - Japan's world number one wheelchair tennis player Shingo Kunieda has defended his men's singles title at the ABN AMRO World Wheelchair Tennis Tournament with victory over Frenchman Stephane Houdet.
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