Youth Wheelchair Tennis

Tennis can be adapted so that everyone can participate in the sport. People of any age, environment, social, intellectual, or physical ability can play tennis! 


Our goal at USTA Texas is to promote and develop recreational tennis opportunities for individuals with differing abilities and circumstances through inclusion, knowledge, and support by providing where needed wheelchair programming, equipment, and teaching technique.


Ready to get started with youth Wheelchair Tennis? Reach out to your local Wheelchair Tennis Provider today!


Did You Know...?

  • Wheelchair players can play in any able-bodied tournaments, leagues, JTT, or on school teams! The only difference is they get two bounces if they need it.
  • There are wheelchair-only tennis tournaments. Junior players can compete in junior and adult divisions.
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For more information about this program, please contact our Wheelchair Tennis Coordinator, Cindy Benzon.



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