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One of the ways the USTA continues to succeed is through awarding grants to organizations that promote and develop the growth of Wheelchair Tennis and use the sport of tennis to build stronger, healthier communities.



Thanks in part to the the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation, the USTA Foundation is providing this grant to organizations that promote and develop the growth of wheelchair tennis, building stronger, healthier communities.

This grant is designed to target "grass-roots programs" that are growing tennis in their local areas.

The initiatives of this grant include (in priority order):

  • Coaching
  • Court Time
  • Events (i.e., run/rolls, tournaments, camps, clinics)
  • Equipment

Click here for more information and to apply.

Applications are due by COB on Friday, Oct. 21.

Please email wheelchairinfo@usta.com with questions.


The next two USTA All-Comers Camps are coming up in Florida and Indiana! See below for info.

USTA-Baseline All Comers Camp: Oct. 20-23, 2016, in Lakeland, Fla. Click here to apply!

USTA Midwest All Comers Camp: Dec. 1-3, 2016, at Purdue University in Indiana. Click here for more info!

The All Comers Wheelchair Tennis Camps are national camps promoting instruction, coaching and awareness for wheelchair tennis. The camps target 20-24 participants each from around the country ages 12 and older of all skill levels who have permanent disabling conditions that require the use of a wheelchair for sports involvement. USTA National level wheelchair coaches, as well as world-ranked players will provide on-court instruction and coaching.


Be a part of the USTA/ITF International Junior Camp next summer! The camp is for any child age 12 to 18 with a permanent disabling condition who uses a wheelchair for sports. All skill levels are welcome.

The 2017 camp application and dates/location will be available in early 2017.

For questions, contact wheelchairinfo@usta.com.




Every year, USTA Wheelchair Tennis provides grant assistance to organizations that promote and develop the growth of the game. Grants should assist in providing the following elements:

  • Coaching
  • Court time
  • Events (i.e., run/rolls, tournaments, camps)
  • Equipment

The 2016 application is now open! Application deadline is November 30 by close of business. 

Click here to apply. 

Please email wheelchairinfo@usta.com with any questions.


This grass-roots manual is to serve as a how-to guide, from start to finish, in growing your program from the ground up and gaining a better perspective of programming, teaching, education and promoting the sport of Wheelchair Tennis.

Click here to view the PDF guide.

In 1998 the United States Tennis Association assumed responsibility for wheelchair tennis in America from the National Foundation for Wheelchair Tennis. Since then the USTA has become the first National Governing Body of both Olympic and Paralympic tennis governing Paralympics, ParaPan American Games and World Team Cup events.
The USTA remains dedicated to providing top-flight programming and developmental opportunities to wheelchair athletes of all ages and backgrounds willing to learn the sport and have fun.
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