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.
Japan’s tennis great Shingo Kunieda put it well when he said that para-athletes exist to embody the limitless possibilities of human beings.
With his history-making victory at Wimbledon, the world’s top-ranked player has now won an astonishing total of 50 Grand Slam singles and doubles titles.
"I would like to take a leap forward with my experience of winning this time," Agu said after securing Japan’s first-ever stage victory on the tour.
Hinotori Nippon, playing in the preliminary round in the Philippines, went 7-0 to open the 16-nation tournament.
American Amanda Anisimova defeated Osaka for the second time this year in a Grand Slam match.
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The 23-time Grand Slam singles champion and four-time Olympian elevates the level of competition in every tennis tournament she plays in.
Tennis superstar Naomi Osaka announced on Twitter on Monday, February, 11 she was breaking off collaboration with her coach, Sascha Bajin. “I will no...