The entries for the Wheelchair Tennis Masters in Orlando next month have been confirmed.
Australian Dylan Alcott, Alfie Hewett of Britain and Dutch player Diede de Groot secured wheelchair singles titles as the US Open concluded in New York.
Britain's Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid retained their US Open men's wheelchair doubles title after coming from behind to beat top seeds Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer in New York.
Top seed Shingo Kunieda battled back from a set down to reach the semi-finals of the men's singles as the US Open wheelchair tennis tournament continued in New York.
Five of the six wheelchair tennis matches due to take place at the US Open today were cancelled, with the other one postponed, because of poor weather.
Stephane Houdet, Yui Kamiji and David Wagner will all defend their respective titles at the 11th edition of the US Open wheelchair tennis tournament starting tomorrow in New York.
Alfie Hewett, Aniek van Koot and David Wagner completed their preparations for the upcoming US Open in New York by claiming the men's, women's and quad singles titles respectively at the US Open USTA Wheelchair Tennis Championships in St. Louis.
Top seeds Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer of France, claimed the last Super Series men's doubles title of the season by defeating Alfie Hewitt and Gordon Reid of Britain at the US Open USTA Wheelchair Championships in St Louis.
Top seed Shingo Kunieda triumphed in a three set match against Sweden’s Stefan Olsson to reach the US Open Wheelchair Championships men’s final in St Louis.
Stephane Houdet's title defence at the US Open Wheelchair Championships is over after the French world number three was beaten by Joachim Gerard in the quarter finals in St Louis.
Top seed Diede de Groot eased into the quarter-finals of the US Open Wheelchair Championships in St Louis.
Argentina's Gustavo Fernandez won a heavyweight showdown with Britain's Gordon Reid at the US Open Wheelchair Championships in St Louis, part of the sport's Super Series.
Joachim Gerard is still yet to win his first International Tennis Federation (ITF) Wheelchair Tennis Tour Title on home soil after he lost to Gustavo Fernandez today in the Belgium Open men's singles final.
Joachim Gerard will have a chance to win his first International Tennis Federation (ITF) Wheelchair Tennis title on home soil tomorrow when he plays in the final of the Belgian Open in Namur.
Joachim Gerard is one step closer to his first International Tennis Federation (ITF) title on home soil as he cruised into the semi-finals of the Belgian Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships in Namur today.