Tennis Foundation Wheelchair Tennis Camps

Original post from Disabled Go News



If you’ve been inspired by recent Grand Slam titles for GB stars Jordanne Whiley and Andy Lapthorne then why not give tennis a go yourself? Tennis can be adapted to suit any ability, so if you want to be the next Jordanne or Andy or just have fun playing sport that is sociable, good for your health and that you can play with friends and family, then why not start your tennis journey at a camp near you?

The Tennis Foundation are running subsidised tennis camps nationwide throughout 2015 so you can have a go at wheelchair, learning disability, deaf or visually impaired tennis. Wheelchair, visually impaired and deaf tennis camps run over the course of one day with all equipment provided. Learning disability tennis camps run over two days with accommodation available at discounted prices and equipment provided.

Tennis coaches will take you through a day of fun activities where you can learn the basics of the game and play informal competitions. They will also advise on where you can play locally. If you’ve got bags of talent, you might even catch the eye of our Talent ID team!

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Roisin Norris

Hi I’m Roisin Norris, Digital Marketing Executive at DisabledGo and I will be uploading blogs and news for you all to read.

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