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On this page you will find reference material for players of all ages, including video tutorials and a manual for college players. If you have further questions, feel free to reach out: wheelchairinfo@usta.com

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Wheelchair Tennis has never been more accessible in the U.S., and now is the time to learn the game.

Our exclusive manual and DVD combinaiton pack provides instruction on skills, easy drills, practice techniques and more to become a more complete player.

Click here to purchase the combo pack.

 

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If you are interested in starting a wheelchair program, we have a guide to help you on your way. Click here to access the wheelchair engagement guide.

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Recognized by the International Tennis Federation (ITF), "Let's Roll" covers the court with more than three hours of instruction, including basic strokes and mobility, advanced strokes and mobility, mental toughness, wheelchair selection and injury prevention.
Click here for further detail on this learning program.
 
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There are many ways to start a collegiate Wheelchair Tennis program; every program currently in existence has taken a separate route with different results. This guide is designed to give you ideas on how and where to begin building – and growing – your program.
Click here for more details on the college game.
 
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Friend at Court is the book of rules and regulations under which tennis is played in the U.S. It is recommended reading for players, parents, coaches, teachers, tournament directors, league officials and anyone who wants a finer understanding of the game.
Click here to review the latest edition of the FAC manual (PDF).
 
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The USTA Brad Parks Award recognizes the outstanding contributions people are making to the sport of Wheelchair Tennis in the U.S. each year at the section or national level.
 
The award was named for International Tennis Hall of Famer Brad Parks, a pioneer of wheelchair sports and the first Wheelchair Tennis tournament champion.
 
Click here for more information. And click here for a nomination form.
 

ADDITIONAL LINKS

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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