Often referred to as “Wheelchair Tennis”
Like many court sports, wheelchair tennis can be played anywhere its able-bodied equivalent exists. The rules are almost exactly the same, except a receiving player is allowed two bounces before returning the ball. This also means that the sport can be played with able-bodied players with almost no modifications. That mix of simplicity and accessibility, plus an impressive intensity, make tennis an extremely dynamic adaptive sport.
General Sport Chairs
A general sport chair is likely enough for 90% of wheelchair tennis players, and allows the flexibility to participate in dozens of other activities. Check out our Sport Chair resource page for all the specifics.
Check out the equipment options available. Each one varies based on level of injury, but there’s something for everyone. Try a few different styles, and decide which is best for you.