Great Britain's Alfie Hewett knocked out the reigning Wimbledon champion Stefan Olsson in the quarter-finals of the men's singles at the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships today.
World number one and defending champion David Wagner from the United States is through to the semi-finals of the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships quad singles on a day which saw British players dominate the schedule on centre court.
The 2018 British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships began in Nottingham today with quad singles players battling it out for quarter-final places at the Nottingham Tennis Centre.
The 2018 British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships are set to begin in Nottingham tomorrow, just two days after the end of Wimbledon.
History repeated itself for Sweden's Stefan Olsson today as he successfully defended his Wimbledon men's wheelchair singles title against the man he defeated in last year's final, Gustavo Fernández of Argentina.
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.
A day after the fall of the top seed Shingo Kunieda of Japan in the men's wheelchair singles at Wimbledon, the second seed - home player Alfie Hewitt - has made his exit.
Top seed Shingo Kunieda was knocked out of the men's wheelchair singles at Wimbledon today after an epic three-setter against last year's runner-up, Gustavo Fernandez of Argentina.
Sweden's Stefan Olsson and The Netherlands' Diede de Groot will each seek successful title defences when wheelchair tennis singles competitions begin at Wimbledon tomorrow.
Kgothatso Montjane clinched a fourth women's singles title at the Swiss Open in Geneva by beating British top seed Lucy Shuker in the final.
Britain's Antony Cotterill and David Wagner of the United States clinched their second career title together as they won the quad doubles crown at the Swiss Open in Geneva.
The United States’ David Wagner will meet Brazil’s Ymanitu Silva in the quad singles final at the Swiss Open after the world number one and top seed moved to within one match win of clinching a 12th title in Geneva.
Italy’s Alberto Corradi will meet defending champion David Wagner in the quad singles semi-finals at the Swiss Open after beating third seed Antony Cotterill in Geneva today.
Herbert Keller set up a clash with top seed Joachim Gerard by winning his men’s singles first round tie at the Swiss Open in Geneva.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) Wheelchair Tennis Tour is due to resume in Switzerland tomorrow with Geneva set to host to a five-day 1 Series event at the Centre Sportif du Bois-des-Frères.