Shingo Kunieda said that he wanted people to "feel the infinite possibilities of human beings" through his games and also "see wheelchair tennis as a sport."
Katerina Siniakova and Barbora Krejcikova extend their Grand Slam winning streak to 24 matches, including back-to-back Australian Open titles.
It would not be an exaggeration to claim that Wheelchair Tennis legend Shingo Kunieda opened the eyes of the Japanese people to the allure of para-sports.
Shingo Kunieda, who collected 50 Grand Slam titles, including 28 in singles competition, exits the game as the world's top-ranked men's player.
Four-time Grand Slam singles champion Naomi Osaka hasn't played a WTA Tour match since the first round of the Toray Pan Pacific Open in September 2022.
After missing the entire 2022 season following hip surgery, Kei Nishikori is expected to return to competition after the Australian Open.
With the win, the American will reach the top 10 in the world rankings for the first time and bolster his chances of qualifying for the...
The Russian earned her third WTA Tour title of the season without dropping a set in her five matches at Tokyo’s Ariake Colosseum.
Osaka’s career appears to be at a crossroads. To play consistent, winning tennis again, she would benefit from a revamped leadership team.
The former world No. 4, who was born in Shimane Prefecture, underwent surgery in January and hasn’t played on the ATP Tour this year.
Due to never-ending information overload, it’s easy to forget the baseball and tennis superstars’ impressive accomplishments 20 years ago.
The timing of the injury sparks speculation that the two-time US Open champion will skip this year’s final Grand Slam event.