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What qualifies as a "reasonable adjustment"?

Reasonable adjustments can be any small adaptation that enable a person to take part in an activity, as long as details are provided in advance. We recommend you request a letter from us, as it will make future communication with the tournament organiser/referee easier.

These may include, but not limited to:

  • Requests around venue.
  • Requesting courts that are accessible and step free for those with a physical impairment.
  • Requesting the same match court for those on the autistic spectrum
  • Having a helper there to score the match.
  • Using hand gestures to call lines if someone is deaf or hard of hearing.

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