The winner of the wheelchair singles at the Wimbledon Championships when it makes its debut later this year will earn £25,000 ($36,000/€32,000), the All-England Club have announced.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has launched an anthem to mark the 40th anniversary of the establishment of wheelchair tennis, featuring the vocals of Britain’s six-time doubles Grand Slam champion Jordanne Whiley.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) have praised the contribution to wheelchair tennis of late Dutch footballing legend Johan Cruyff after he lost his long battle with cancer aged 68.
Russia's wheelchair tennis squad reached the women’s World Group at the BNP Paribas World Team Cup after defeating Italy in the final of the European Qualification tournament at the Kaya Belek Resort Hotel in Antalya.
Britain’s leading tennis charity the Tennis Foundation has appointed public relations agency Speed Communications to help raise their profile ahead of this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
China booked their place in the women’s World Group at the BNP Paribas World Team Cup after triumphing in the Asian qualification tournament in Colombo in Sri Lanka.
Gordon Reid became the first Briton to win a men's wheelchair singles Grand Slam title after claiming the Australian Open crown with a straight-sets victory over Belgium’s Joachim Gerard.
Great Britain’s Gordon Reid and Japanese partner Shingo Kunieda secured their place in the Australian Open men’s wheelchair doubles final after beating Argentina’s Gustavo Fernandez and Belgium’s Joachim Gerard in the last four.
Britain’s Gordon Reid battled into his first Grand Slam men’s wheelchair singles final after winning a gruelling three-set encounter with Argentina’s Gustavo Fernandez at the Australian Open in Melbourne.
Britain’s Gordon Reid sensationally knocked out Japan's world number one Shingo Kunieda in straight sets to reach his first Australian Open men’s wheelchair singles semi-final at Melbourne Park.
Wheelchair tennis star Shingo Kunieda will begin his bid for a ninth men’s singles title at the Australian Open tomorrow as he goes up against Great Britain’s Gordon Reid in the quarter-finals.
Argentina’s Gustavo Fernandez got his 2016 wheelchair tennis campaign off to the best possible start as he booked his place in the second round of the Sydney Wheelchair Tennis Open with a three-set victory over Takuya Miki of Japan on the Olympic Park.
Great Britain have ended The Netherlands' complete domination of the European Tennis Trophy wheelchair tennis category after the two nations shared the annual award for overall performances in a calendar year.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has announced the entries for the 2016 Cruyff Foundation Wheelchair Tennis Junior Masters with Spain’s Martin de la Puente and Russia’s Viktoriia Lvova, last year’s boys’ and girls’ champions respectively, headlining the 12-strong field.
Australia’s Dylan Alcott has capped off a remarkable year by finishing the season as the top ranked men’s wheelchair quad singles player for the first time in his career.