Adaptive Tennis

10 years
& over

LTA creates opportunities for individuals with disabilities and special needs to compete and shine as athletes. 

Adaptive tennis is a form of tennis for those who have cognitive or physical disabilities. It is often played on a regulation or modified tennis court, with modification of the balls and racquets. In competitive play a modification used is that players get two bounces of the ball before it must be hit, instead of one.

The sport of tennis helps a player’s cognitive, emotional, and physical development.

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