Great Britain's Andy Lapthorne hits a shot in his International Tennis Federation Men's Quad Singles 6-0, 7-6 win over Australia's Heath Davidson, Friday, March 24, 2017 at the 28th annual Cajun Classic Wheelchair Tennis Tournament at the the Paula G. Manship YMCA Lamar Tennis Center. The tournament, which began play on Wednesday, will host 115 professional and amateur players from 19 countries, 23 states, and the Baton Rouge area. On Saturday at noon, the Baton Rouge Wheelchair Tennis Association and Mayor-President Sharon Weston Broome will host 'Baton Rouge Day' at the Cajun Classic to recognize the Baton Rouge-area amateurs and to welcome the entire field from around the world. The international tournament is presented by the Greater Baton Rouge Community Tennis Association and is produced by the Baton Rouge Wheelchair Tennis Association. Spectators can attend for free for all days and all matches, including the finals. Tournament play begins at 8 a.m. each day and continues into the evenings until all matches are completed.