John Noakes of The Netherlands has been given the International Tennis Federation's (ITF) Brad Parks Award for 2020 due to his significant contribution to wheelchair tennis internationally.
Four countries have booked their places at the flagship wheelchair tennis team event, the World Team Cup.
British Paralympian Jordanne Whiley is set to retire after the Paralympics if she wins a singles medal in Tokyo to go with her two wheelchair doubles bronzes from London 2012 and Rio 2016.
Japanese star Shingo Kunieda equalled Esther Vergeer's record for Grand Slam wheelchair titles with victory over Gordon Reid of Britain in the men's singles final at the Australian Open in Melbourne.
Dylan Alcott won his first sixth straight Australian Open in the quad wheelchair singles with a 6-0, 6-4 victory over Britain’s Andy Lapthorne in the final in his home city of Melbourne.
Both number one seeds were defeated in the men's and women's wheelchair doubles finals as British and Japanese players enjoyed success in Melbourne.
Japan will be represented in both the men's and women's singles finals at the Australian Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships after today's last four clashes.
The defending champions in the men's and women's singles were both knocked out at the first hurdle as the Australian Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships began today.
Dylan Alcott will bid to retain his status as the king of Melbourne Park when the Australian Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships begin tomorrow.
Japan's Yui Kamiji warmed up perfectly for her bid to win a second women's singles title at the Australian Open by winning the Melbourne Wheelchair Tennis Open.
Former Australian Open wheelchair tennis doubles champion receives two-year ban for whereabouts failures
South African wheelchair tennis player Lucas Sithole has received a two-year ban for failing three times in a 12-month period to file whereabouts information.
Australia's Dylan Alcott has been crowned as the International Tennis Federation's quad world champion for the second consecutive year.
Argentina's Gustavo Fernández has been named the International Tennis Federation men's wheelchair world champion for the second time in three years.
Belgium's Joachim Gérard and The Netherlands' Diede De Groot wrapped up the successful defence of their respective men's and women's crowns, as action concluded today at the NEC Wheelchair Singles Masters in Orlando.
Diede De Groot and Aniek Van Koot of The Netherlands triumphed in the women's competition at the UNIQLO Wheelchair Doubles Masters in Orlando.