The tournament features top athletes including Great Britain's Peter Norfolk, who won gold at both Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008; and Paralympic gold medallist Esther Vergeer from the Netherlands who remains unbeaten over an incredible 452 singles matches since January 2003.
Players will compete in all six Paralympic-featured events: men’s and women’s Singles; men’s and women’s Doubles; Quad Singles; and Quad Doubles.
In the men’s competition, top British player Gordon Reid will expect strong competition from Robin Ammerlaan of the Netherlands - the Singles gold medallist at Athens 2004 and silver medallist at Beijing 2008.
Esther Vergeer will be expected to set the standard on behalf of the Netherlands in the women’s competition. Vergeer has won Singles gold at the last three Paralympic Games. Top British player, 19-year-old Jordanne Whiley, will be among those to provide the latest opposition to Vergeer’s unbeaten status.
The Quad competition features Great Britain stars Peter Norfolk and Andrew Lapthorne. Peter has won the last two Paralympic Singles gold medals. Andrew is the current world number four and recently partnered Peter to the Australian Open Quad Doubles title in January. As well as featuring in the Doubles, they will also compete against each other at Eton Manor.
The tournament will be vital in allowing the London 2012 Organising Committee (LOCOG) to test its operations, including the athlete and wheelchair movements around the venue, the results and scoring systems, and workforce.
The full list of entries can be found on the London Prepares series website