Wheelchair Tennis is a sport that provides individuals and their family and friends with many opportunities to play and compete – all whilst having fun. The greatest thing about Wheelchair Tennis is the only adaptation is that players in a chair are allowed up to two bounces.
Wheelchair Tennis is easily adaptable; you can play with your family, friends and also non-disabled people. Our sport is also great at improving your physical, mental and social wellbeing, and individual development with great career opportunities from playing to coaching.
Haven’t got your own sports wheelchair? Not to worry, the events and venues across the country will have access to their own stock of wheelchairs that are readily available to use for new players. Whether you are a full-time wheelchair user, ambulant, new to tennis or have not picked up a racket in a while, why not give it a try!
What do you really know about Wheelchair tennis?
There are over 50 venues across Great Britain that deliver specific Wheelchair Tennis sessions. Click on the link below to find out where you can play using a new interactive map from the LTA: