Defending champion Diede de Groot beat Britain's Lucy Shuker in straight sets today to book her place in the women's singles semi-finals at the BNP Paribas Open de France in Paris.
Diede de Groot was in scintillating form as she won a maiden French Open title at Roland Garros and completed the Grand Slam set.
Dutch wheelchair tennis player Diede de Groot is aiming to hold all four Grand Slam titles at the same time as the French Open wheelchair tennis tournament begins at Roland Garros.
Shingo Kunieda claimed a record ninth International Tennis Federation (ITF) Japan Open title with victory over Frenchman Stephane Houdet in the men's singles final in Iizuka.
Top seeds Diede de Groot and Aniek van Koot of the Netherlands survived scares in their opening matches of the International Tennis Federation Japan Open to progress to the quarter-finals of the women's competition.
Japan’s Shingo Kunieda will be hoping to extend his winning run when he competes at the Cajun Classic in Louisiana this week.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The entries for the Wheelchair Tennis Masters in Orlando next month have been confirmed.
Top seed Diede de Groot eased into the quarter-finals of the US Open Wheelchair Championships in St Louis.
Top seed Diede de Groot made a successful defence of her Wimbledon women's wheelchair singles title today as she defeated fellow Dutch player Aniek van Koot at the All England Club.
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.
World number one Yui Kamiji and second-ranked Diede de Groot both came through their last-four encounters today to reach the women's singles final at the US Open United States Tennis Association Wheelchair Championships in St Louis.