November 6 - Britain's wheelchair tennis team gave fans at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals some extra entertainment as they showcased their sport at The O2.
October 28 - Maikel Scheffers of the Netherlands made it fine double as he lifted both the men's singles and doubles titles at the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament.
October 26 - Seven of the ten-strong squad that represented ParalympicsGB at London 2012 have all secured early wins at the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament.
October 19 - Three of Britain's medallists from the London 2012 Paralympic Games, including women's doubles bronze medal winners Lucy Shuker and Jordanne Whiley, are among a field of more than 50 players from seven countries that will contest the Nottingham Indoor Wheelchair Tennis Tournament next week.
October 10 - Esther Vergeer of the Netherlands, the most dominant sportswoman in the world, is set to be the headline name at next month's NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters event in Mechelen, Belgium.
October 7 - British stars dominated the medals at the PTR Championships at Hilton Head Island in South Carolina, the precursor to the Super Series tour event taking place in St Louis next week.
September 17 - Starting in 2013, The International Tennis Federation (ITF) Wheelchair Tennis Committee has increased the number of tournaments that count towards ranking points for women and quad players.
September 7 - Esther Vergeer won her 470th consecutive singles game here today as she claimed a fourth Paralympic gold medal in the all Dutch women's singles wheelchair tennis final against Aniek van Koot.
Exclusive: World's most dominant sportswoman Vergeer owes nine-year undefeated run to "the fire inside"
September 1 - Wheelchair tennis star Esther Vergeer has told insideworldparasport that it is "the fire inside" which has kept her motivated during a phenomenal nine-year unbeaten run.
August 31 - Holland's Esther Vergeer will begin her bid for a fourth consecutive women's singles gold medal when she takes on Japan's Kanako Domori in the first round of the wheelchair tennis tournament at London 2012.
August 28 - Peter Norfolk, Britain's flag-bearer for the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympic Games, has told insideworldparasport of his surprise at being chosen, and revealed who he would have selected himself.
August 23 - Susan Wolstenholme has spoken of her pride at the "huge privilege" of carrying the London 2012 Paralympic Torch on its way from Stoke Mandeville to the Olympic Stadium next week.