Japan's Shingo Kunieda, Diede De Groot of the Netherlands and Australia's Dylan Alcott have ended the year as International Tennis Federation (ITF) Wheelchair Tennis Tour world number ones.
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.
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 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.
Organisers of the US Open have confirmed the top players in the world will compete in the wheelchair tournament in New York City.
Japanese wheelchair tennis player Shingo Kunieda has been nominated for the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) athlete of the month award after winning the Australia Open.
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.
Shingo Kunieda of Japan topped Group B of the men's singles competition at the NEC Wheelchair Singles Masters in Orlando.
Wheelchair tennis superstar Shingo Kunieda features in the fourth visual of a new Tokyo 2020 campaign highlighting outstanding Paralympic athletes and iconic landmarks and symbols in Japan's capital.
Fernández and Kunieda through to men's singles semi-finals at British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships
Top seed Gustavo Fernández of Argentina and second seed Shingo Kunieda of Japan eased through to the men's singles semi-finals on day three of the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships in Nottingham.
Gustavo Fernández of Argentina won his first Wimbledon wheelchair singles title after a superb fightback against world number one Shingo Kunieda.