Colombian wheelchair player Johana Martinez has been announced as the winner of the 2020 UNIQLO Spirit Award by the International Tennis Federation (ITF).
Two-time Paralympic medallist Marjolein Buis has announced her retirement from wheelchair tennis after 10 years as a professional.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) has announced the cancellation of the NEC Wheelchair Masters and UNIQLO Doubles Masters due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Britain's quad wheelchair tennis player Andy Lapthorne has decided to play in no more tournaments this season to focus on his mental health.
Alfie Hewett won his fourth singles Grand Slam title and his second at Roland Garros after defeating Belgium's Joachim Gérard in three sets in the men's wheelchair final.
Japan's Yui Kamiji had a perfect day as she wrapped up the women's wheelchair singles title at the French Open in straight sets against her compatriot Momoko Ohtani.
Defending champions Diede de Groot and Gustavo Fernández have been knocked out of the French Open women's and men's wheelchair singles competitions respectively at the semi-final stage.
Defending champions Gustavo Fernández and Diede de Groot advanced from the quarter-finals as the men's and women's wheelchair singles competitions got underway at the French Open in Paris.
Diede de Groot of the Netherlands and Shingo Kunieda of Japan are the top seeds as the men's and women's singles competitions begin four days of wheelchair action at Roland Garros.
Paralympic wheelchair tennis medallist Michaël Jérémiasz has said he took on the role of tournament director at the French Riviera Open because he "wanted to give back" to the sport.
Wheelchair tennis star Shingo Kunieda believes the US Open is a "good example" for Tokyo 2020 to follow when putting in safety measures to combat COVID-19.
Japan's Shingo Kunieda won his sixth US Open crown on the final day of action in the wheelchair competitions in New York.
The top seeds triumphed as the first finals took place in the US Open wheelchair tennis events at Flushing Meadows in New York.
The top seeds in the men's and women's singles reached their respective finals with hard-fought, three-set wins as the US Open wheelchair tennis competitions continued at Flushing Meadows in New York today.
Top seeds Shingo Kunieda and Diede de Groot won in straight sets as the US Open wheelchair tennis competitions got underway at Flushing Meadows in New York.