For the second year in a row the United States men’s team beat Chile 2-0 to win the final at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) World Team Cup Americas Qualifier in Orlando.
For the second year running, top seeds the United States will play second seeds Chile in the men’s final at the International Tennis Federation World Team Cup Americas Qualifier in Orlando.
Colombia sealed its place in the women's draw at the 2019 International Tennis Federation World Team Cup finals with a 2-1 win over Mexico at the Americas qualifier event in Orlando.
Colombia's women and Chile's men recorded comfortable victories on the opening day of the World Team Cup Americas qualifier in Orlando.
Five teams are set to battle it out for a place at this year's World Team Cup wheelchair tennis tournament at the Americas qualifier starting tomorrow in Orlando.
De Groot continues dominance of women's wheelchair tennis with singles and doubles victories at Australian Open
Diede de Groot has continued her dominance of the women’s wheelchair tennis game by winning both the singles and doubles titles at the Australian Open.
Belgium’s Joachim Gerard has won the men’s wheelchair doubles title at the Australian Open for the second time, playing alongside his new partner, Sweden’s Stefan Olsson.
Japan's top seed Shingo Kunieda will not fight for a 10th Australian Open title after losing in the semi-finals of the men's wheelchair singles today.
World number one Diede de Groot of The Netherlands begun her defence of the Australian Open women's wheelchair title with victory over Britain's Lucy Shuker.
Defending champion Shingo Kunieda of Japan has been drawn to meet Great Britain's Alfie Hewett in the first round of the men's singles event when wheelchair tennis begins at the Australian Open in Melbourne tomorrow.
Yui Kamiji triumphed in the women's singles final at the Bendigo Wheelchair Tennis Open in Australia after a three-set match.
France’s Stephane Houdet overcame Japan’s Shingo Kunieda to reach the final of the Bendigo Wheelchair Tennis Open in Australia.
Great Britain’s Gordon Reid beat higher-seeded opponent Joachim Gérard of Belgium today to secure his place in the men’s singles semi-finals at the Bendigo Wheelchair Tennis Open in Australia.
China's Hui Min Huang and Thailand’s Sakhorn Khanthasit both beat players ranked in the world’s top-10 today to reach the women’s singles quarter-finals at the Bendigo Wheelchair Tennis Open in Australia.
The Netherlands' Aniek Van Koot was one of four players to progress through to the women’s singles quarter-finals as action begun today at the Bendigo Wheelchair Tennis Open in Australia.