A stellar field is set to compete in Australia this week when Bendigo becomes the latest city to host one of wheelchair tennis' six Super Series tournaments.
The Japanese information technology firm NEC has donated 10 tennis wheelchairs to the International Tennis Federation (ITF) in celebration of 25 years as title sponsors of the Wheelchair Tennis Masters.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) have named their 2018 wheelchair tennis world champions.
Nicolas Peifer of France has become the number one men's wheelchair tennis doubles player for the first time in his career after the year-end rankings were updated.
Diede de Groot successfully defended her women’s singles title at the Wheelchair Tennis Masters in Orlando.
Japan’s Shingo Kunieda booked his place in the men’s singles final at the Wheelchair Tennis Masters in Orlando.
Italy’s Giulia Capocci secured a place in the semi-finals of the Wheelchair Tennis Masters in Orlando as the round robin stage drew to a close.
Argentina’s Gustavo Fernandez secured a second successive victory at the Wheelchair Tennis Masters in Orlando.
All three top seeds began the round-robin phase at the Wheelchair Tennis Masters with victories in Orlando.
Home favourite David Wagner will be looking to defend his quads title this week when the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters takes place for the first time at the United States Tennis Association (USTA) National Campus in Orlando, Florida.
NEC Corporation has extended its sponsorship of the year-end Wheelchair Tennis Masters as the information technology services company marked the 25-year anniversary of its partnership with the sport.
The United States’ Nick Taylor has been announced as the winner of the 2018 UNIQLO Spirit Award.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has announced that quad singles and doubles wheelchair tennis will be included in the Wimbledon Championships competition schedule from 2019.
The Dutch pair of Marjolein Buis and Aniek van Koot won the women's doubles title at the Wheelchair Doubles Masters on home soil in Bemmel, as the French pair of Stephanie Houdet and Nicolas Peifer won the men's title.
The United States pair of Nicholas Taylor and David Wagner won the quads title at the Wheelchair Doubles Masters in The Netherlands for the second year in a row after beating the British pair of Antony Cotterill and Andy Lapthorne in an exact repeat of last year's final.