Wheelchair players can play with non-disabled players. The only rule change is that if you’re in a wheelchair, you’re allowed up to two bounces of the ball before returning it.
You don’t even need to be a wheelchair user to play it.
In fact, you don’t have to use a wheelchair at all it everyday life, Ambulatory tennis (playing on your feet or prosthetics) is another way of playing the game that might be right for you.
We have been running wheelchair tennis at south ribble tennis centre for over 10 year, we run a very busy program for juniors and adults with sessions running all year round,
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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