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Wheelchair Tennis


Competition in wheelchair tennis is held in singles and doubles in open category (leg disabilities). The game is played on a standard tennis court. The main rule difference with able-bodied tennis is that the ball is allowed to bounce twice before being returned (as long as the first bounce is in fair territory).

In this sport, the wheelchair is considered part of the body; therefore, all rules that apply to a player's body also apply to the wheelchairs.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Tennis Saskatchewan
Rory Park, Executive Director
2205 Victoria Ave
Regina, SK S4P 0S4
(306) 780-9801
tennissask@sasktel.net
www.tennissask.com

The Parasport program is made possible through the financial contributions from the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for Sport, Culture and Recreation and is administered through Sask Sport Inc.