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The USTA is dedicated to creating and enhancing tennis opportunities for ALL individuals who wish play tennis. The Adaptive Tennis Spotlights feature some of the individuals, programs and events that are devoted to making tennis available to individuals with unique abilities and circumstances.


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Laredo Tennis fit for a king

Martin High School Homecoming King, Cruz Ramos, says tennis has changed his life!
The Laredo Tennis Association features a program for the blind and visually impaired that is "more than tennis!" Cruz Ramos, a high school senior, used the newfound confidence he gained from his success in tennis to run for Homecoming King at Martin High School ... and won! Read More

Grand Slam status for Team USA

Team USA made its international debut at the 2014 Australian Championships.
A little-known fact about the Australian Open is that since 1998 it has included, along with its junior and wheelchair events, a team competition for elite athletes with intellectual disabilities. And this year for the first time, a team of four U.S. players competed in the Australian Championships.​ Read More

Abilities Tennis hosts Winter Chill event

ATA hosts  four tournaments a year,  including a national tournament that draws athletes from all over the United States.
Abilities Tennis hosted its sixth annual Winter Chill, a tournament for special needs athletes at N.C. State University. The event incorporated an “Adopt a Unit” project, with athletes sending cards and socks to troops overseas. Read More

San Diego to host Wounded Warrior Camp

wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans from all of the military branches.
The Third Annual National Tennis Camp for Wounded, Ill and Injured Service Members will be held in San Diego, May 20-24, 2014. Read More

San Antonio CTA provides Adaptive Tennis opportunities

SATA has organized several Adaptive Tennis events  that have brought tennis into the lives of over 750 young tennis players.
Tennis is a sport that everyone can play, and the San Antonio Tennis Association (SATA) is providing the opportunity of adaptive tennis to disabled players across the city. This past year, SATA hosted four different Special Olympics/Adaptive Tennis events affecting more than 750 young players. Read More

Team USA to Compete at Australian Championships

The mission of Athletes Without Limits is to build a tennis program that will place US players with intellectual disability at the top of the podium at international tournaments and World Championships.
Opportunities for tennis players from the U.S. with intellectual disability to compete against their peers are growing. Now, for the first time ever, a team of four U.S. players has been invited to compete at the Australian Championships. Read More

Radio broadcasting brings Australian Open to life for the blind

Radio broadcasting brings the Australian Open to life for the blind and visually impaired.
Tennis can be difficult to watch when you're blind or visually impaired. But tennis on the radio is making a comeback thanks to the internet. And the first Grand Slam tournament of the 2014, the Australian Open, is being broadcast live. Read More
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Submit Your Program Spotlight

The USTA National Adaptive Tennis Committee would like to know more about your programs, people and events. This gives recognition to the great work you’re doing and inspires others to provide similar services. Contact us now!
Joyce Dreslin, USTA Adaptive Tennis Committee, Spotlight Project Team Leader

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The USTA has developed a database of Adaptive Tennis Programs with the purpose of connecting tennis players with the programs available to meet their tennis needs. Stay informed about grants, events, awards and more.
It is free to register your program.

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