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.
The world's best players are set to contest the US Open wheelchair tennis competitions, which get underway at Flushing Meadows tomorrow.
Wheelchair tennis star Diede de Groot is desperate to add two Paralympic gold medals to her glittering collection of major titles.
Organisers of the US Open have confirmed the top players in the world will compete in the wheelchair tournament in New York City.
International Tennis Federation (ITF) wheelchair tennis team lead Ellen de Lange discussed her plans for the development of the Para-sport.
Wheelchair tennis legend Esther Vergeer has announced she has completed treatment for breast cancer and is ready to resume work ahead of being The Netherlands' Chef de Mission at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
China's Zhenzhen Zhu has announced her goal of growing wheelchair tennis in her home country.
Two shipping companies, Colombo International Container Terminals (CICT) and its parent company, China Merchants Group (CMG), have donated custom wheelchairs to three of Sri Lanka's top wheelchair tennis players.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Andrew Parsons has welcomed the decision to hold a wheelchair competition at this year's US Open.
Organisers of the US Open tennis tournament have made a U-turn and announced wheelchair competitions will take place as part of the Grand Slam.
Federer, Djokovic and Murray backing campaign to get wheelchair tennis restored to US Open programme
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are backing a campaign by Australia's 10-time Grand Slam champion Dylan Alcott to get wheelchair tennis restored to the programme for this year's US Open in New York City, he has revealed.
Paralympic champion Alcott accuses US Open organisers of "discrimination" as wheelchair tournaments cut
Australian Dylan Alcott, a two time Paralympic champion has accused US Open organisers of "discrimination" after wheelchair tennis events were omitted from this year's edition of the Grand Slam tournament.
British wheelchair tennis star Jordanne Whiley has said that she will be back on the court in July once anti-coronavirus restrictions ease.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) and the organisers of the four Grand Slams have joined forces to pledge more than $300,000 (£239,000/€269,000) to wheelchair tennis.