South African wheelchair tennis player Bongani Dlamini has died following a short illness.
Hosts The Netherlands have been awarded a wildcard for the men's competition for the next month's Wheelchair Tennis World Team Cup in Apeldoorn.
Japan's men sealed their spot at the World Team Cup Finals after winning the Asian qualification tournament for the wheelchair tennis event in Sri Lanka.
South Korea booked their place in the women’s BNP Paribas World Team Cup finals by clinching back-to-back wins over Malaysia in Colombo.
Sri Lanka is set to welcome players for the BNP Paribas World Team Cup Asia Qualification event.
Favourites and hosts Kenya defended their women's wheelchair tennis World Team Cup Africa Qualification title thanks to victory over Tanzania on the clay courts of the Nairobi Club.
Kenya suffered a disappointing start to the BNP Paribas World Team Cup Africa Qualification event in front of a home crowd at the Nairobi Club.
Host nation Kenya will be looking to replicate the success they experienced at last year's Wheelchair Tennis Nations Cup African Qualification event when action gets underway on the clay courts at Nairobi Club tomorrow.
United States overcame Chile in the Americas men's qualification event to secure a place in the BNP Paribas Wheelchair World Team Cup Finals in March.
Argentina's women's team booked their place in the BNP Paribas Wheelchair World Team Cup Finals by winning their qualifiying event in Orlando.
Chile overcame hosts United States to record their second victory of the BNP Paribas Wheelchair World Team Cup Americas Qualification event in Orlando.
United States and Chile earned victories on the opening day of the BNP Paribas World Team Cup Americas Qualification in Orlando.
Home favourite Dylan Alcott secured his fourth consecutive wheelchair quad singles Australian Open title as he beat arch-rival David Wagner of the United States in Melbourne.
France's Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer celebrated claiming the men's wheelchair doubles title after a strong performance in the final at the Australian Open today.
Australian duo Dylan Alcott and Heath Davidson claimed the quads title by beating Great Britain's Andy Lapthorne and David Wagner of the United States in the final of the Australian Open wheelchair tennis tournament.