Blind or Partially Sighted to play tennis than ever before. And we’re delighted to say, more and more people are taking it up.
The visually impaired (VI) version of the game is played on a smaller court than usual, with a lower net. We also use an audible ball so you can hear it bounce. Depending on your sight, you’re allowed up to three bounces before returning.
A great way to get started in the game is to come along to one of our one-day tennis camps for beginners. You can expect a day full of fun and friendship playing a range of games which will improve your tennis skills.
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