Reigning Grand Slam champions Alfie Hewett, Gordon Reid, Jordanne Whiley and Andy Lapthorne are all featuring at the inaugural Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) Wheelchair Team Battle.
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.
The top seeds triumphed as the first finals took place in the US Open wheelchair tennis events at Flushing Meadows in New York.
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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.
Two British wheelchair tennis players are looking forward to finals at the Melbourne Wheelchair Tennis Open.
Great Britain's Alfie Hewett and Jordanne Whiley both beat world number three-ranked opponents on a thrilling first day of the 2019 NEC Wheelchair Singles Masters in Orlando.
Britain's Alfie Hewett and Andy Lapthorne and Dutch player Diede de Groot all won a pair of titles each as wheelchair tennis action concluded at the US Open.
Home player Alfie Hewett was the most notable casualty in the men's singles draw on day two of the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships in Nottingham.