The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has announced that the UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters will continue to be staged in Mission Viejo, California, through to 2016.
France's Michael Jeremiasz completed a dream run at the Cajun Classic to claim men's wheelchair singles and doubles titles in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
American David Wagner has defeated Britain's Andy Lapthorne in the quad singles final to regain the Cajun Classic title he last won in 2013 at the International Tennis Federation Series 1 event in Louisiana.
Home favourite David Wagner will meet Britain's US Open champion Andy Lapthorne in the Cajun Classic quad singles final in Louisiana.
The top six seeds advanced to the quarter-finals of the men's wheelchair singles on the second day of the Cajun Classic in Louisiana.
Britain's US Open champion Andy Lapthorne will face Canada's Mika Ishikawa in the quarter-final stage of the Cajun Classic after both players recorded impressive victories at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Series 1 event in Louisiana.
Britain's Gordon Reid retained his International Tennis Federation (ITF) Pensacola Open men's singles title with a dominant victory over Dutchman Maikel Schefffers in Florida.
Australia's Dylan Alcott continued his impressive run of form as he sealed his third International Tennis Federation (ITF) 1 Series title with victory over American David Wagner in the men's quad singles at the Pensacola Open in Florida.
American duo Nick Taylor and David Wagner claimed their eighth successive International Tennis Federation (ITF) Pensacola Open quad doubles crown with a straight-sets win over Britain's Andy Lapthorne and Jamie Burdekin in Florida.
Mexico's Claudia Taboada sealed a place in the quarter-finals of an International Tennis Federation (ITF) 1 Series event for the first time after she recovered from a set down to beat eighth seed Francisca Mardones on the second day of the Pensacola Open in Florida.
Three-time Paralympic doubles gold medallists Nick Taylor and David Wagner are set to face each other in the quads singles competition quarter-finals at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) 1 Series event in Pensacola, Florida, after both secured their passage by different means.
Australia's David Hall has been announced as one of three inductees into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
Argentina's Gustavo Fernandez claimed the first International Tennis Federation (ITF) 1 Series singles title of the year as he beat Belgium's Joachim Gerard in three-sets to win the ABN AMRO World Wheelchair Tennis Tournament in Rotterdam.
Australia's Dylan Alcott claimed his maiden quad wheelchair Grand Slam singles title with a straight-sets win over David Wagner in front of his home crowd at the Australian Open in Melbourne.
Australia's Dylan Alcott is through to the final of the quad wheelchair singles at the Australian Open in Melbourne, having come through the group stage in impressive style, winning all three matches without losing a set.