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.
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.
Alfie Hewett, Aniek van Koot and David Wagner completed their preparations for the upcoming US Open in New York by claiming the men's, women's and quad singles titles respectively at the US Open USTA Wheelchair Tennis Championships in St. Louis.