Disability tennis is simply the general term we use to describe the various adaptions of tennis that are on offer for disabled people to have fun playing.
Tennis is a completely inclusive sport with everyone being able to participate in tennis in its full format or when adapted and the most well-known versions are deaf, learning disability, wheelchair and visually impaired tennis. But social play isn’t restricted to a particular type of tennis, disabled people can play against their non-disabled friends or family and take part in inclusive sessions and/or impairment specific sessions.
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TYPICAL WEEKLY PROGRAMME
|Adult Wheelchair Tennis||Wednesday||1.00pm to 3.00pm||£3.50|
|Adult Learning Disability Tennis||Thursday||2.00pm to 3.00pm||£3.50|
|Junior Wheelchair Tennis||Sunday||1.30pm to 3.00pm||£3.50|
|Junior Learning Disability||Sunday||9am to 10am||£3.50|
Everyone welcome, come along and give it a try.
All equipment provided including sports wheelchairs.