Home favourite Maikel Scheffers beat France’s Frederic Cattaneo today to advance through to the quarter-finals of the singles competition at the ABN AMRO World Wheelchair Tennis Tournament in Dutch city Rotterdam.
Japan’s Takuya Miki and home favourite Maikel Scheffers booked their place in the semi-finals of the doubles competition at the ABN AMRO World Wheelchair Tennis Tournament in Dutch city Rotterdam today after beating France’s Frederic Cattaneo and South Africa’s Evans Maripa.
Top men's singles and doubles wheelchair tennis players are due to return to competition at the ninth ABN AMRO World Wheelchair Tennis Tournament beginning in Rotterdam tomorrow.
Argentina's Gustavo Fernandez has won the Americas Athlete of the Month honour by a landslide after a highly successful January.
Melbourne native Dylan Alcott claimed a third successive Australian Open quad singles title today after a straightforward victory over Britain's Andy Lapthorne.
Gordon Reid of Great Britain has completed a career Grand Slam in the wheelchair men's doubles event by winning the Australian Open today.
The Netherlands' Jiske Griffioen is a step closer to a third straight Australian Open wheelchair women’s singles title as she made the final.
Top seed and defending champion Gordon Reid of Great Britain has been knocked out of the 2017 Australian Open wheelchair tennis competition after he was upset by Joachim Gerard of Belgium today.
Britain’s Gordon Reid will begin the defence of his men’s wheelchair singles Australian Open title on Wednesday (January 25), with the world number one set to take on Belgium’s Joachim Gerard at Melbourne Park.
Japanese retailers UNIQLO have extended and expanded their sponsorship of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Wheelchair Tennis Tour for five years.
The Netherlands’ Jiske Griffioen secured the defence of her women’s singles title at the Sydney Wheelchair Tennis Open today as France’s Nicolas Peifer and Australia’s Dylan Alcott also retained their respective men’s singles and quad singles crowns.
Alfie Hewett won an all-British encounter against world number one Gordon Reid today to reach the final of the Sydney Wheelchair Tennis Open.
France’s Nicolas Peifer remains on course for a second successive men’s singles title at the Sydney Wheelchair Tennis Open after claiming a straight-sets quarter-final victory over compatriot Stéphane Houdet.
World number seven Sabine Ellerbrock of Germany battled to a three-set victory over American Dana Mathewson in a weather-affected match on the opening day of the Sydney Wheelchair Tennis Open.
Paralympic champion to compete at Sydney Wheelchair Tennis Open as preparations continue for first Grand Slam of year
Paralympic gold medallist Dylan Alcott is set to compete on home soil at this week’s Sydney Wheelchair Tennis Open as he hones his preparations for the upcoming Australian Open.