David Wagner of the United States and Britain’s Andy Lapthore, the two top ranking players in the world, are still in contention to end the year as quad singles’ world number one and the outcome could be decided at the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters in Loughborough in the United Kingdom.
Summer Paralympic Sports
Quad wheelchair tennis doubles will be added to the Wimbledon schedule as an exhibition event next summer, with a view to "further expansion in the years to come".
Fourteen athletes in line for newly created representative groups for Para Swimming and Powerlifting
Three World Para Powerlifters and eleven Para swimmers have been shortlisted for newly created athlete representative posts.
Britain's Gordon Reid and Alfie Hewett, the 2017 Wimbledon and US Open champions, came from a set down against French favourites Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer to win their first UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Doubles Masters in Bemmel in The Netherlands.
South Korea’s Lee Sam-seop successfully defended his men's WH 1 singles title as the Para Badminton World Championships concluded in Ulsan.
France and Australia earned victories as the International Federation for Intellectual Impairment Sport (Inas) World Basketball Championships came to a close in Italy.
Americans Nick Taylor and David Wagner beat British pair Andy Lapthorne and Anthony Cotterill to take the quads title at the Wheelchair Doubles Masters at the Sportcentrum Schaapskooi in Bemmel, The Netherlands.
Top seed and defending champion Kim Jung-jun will take on compatriot Kyung Hoon-kim in an eagerly-anticipated men's WH 2 final at the Para Badminton World Championships in Ulsan.
Day three of the UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters at Sportcentrum de Schaapskooi in Bemmel, The Netherlands, saw the last pool matches of the tournament take place and the semi final line-up decided.
Morocco stunned Algeria to clinch a place at the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) World Championships as they won the men's event at the African qualifier in Durban.
South Korea's Kim Jung-jun safely progressed to the quarter-finals of the men's WH 2 category with victory over China's Cheng Lianghua at the Para Badminton World Championships in Ulsan.
Australia Gold maintained their 100 per cent record in the women's event as they beat France at the International Federation for Intellectual Impairment Sport (Inas) World Basketball Championships in Italy.
British duo Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid, the reigning Wimbledon and US Open champion pair, came from a set and 3-0 down to overcome Joachim Gerard and Stefan Olsson of Belgium and Sweden, respectively, on Centre Court at Sportcentrum Schaapskooi in the Dutch village of Bemmel, to maintain their 100 per cent record at this year’s championships.
Unbeaten Algeria will face Morocco in the final of the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) World Championships African Qualification Tournament after both sides won their semi-final matches in Durban today.
South Korea's Lee Sam-seop and Kim Jung-jun continued their impressive starts to the Para Badminton World Championships as both players recorded their second victories in Ulsan.