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Disability tennis

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We pride ourselves on being a world leader in opening tennis up for disabled people. We want to make tennis as accessible and enjoyable for everyone by identifying and addressing issues that may create barriers to disability inclusion.

It’s our aim to support disabled people with fairer and more equal choices to play tennis in their own way. 

In Great Britain, our Open Court programme and Player Performance Pathways are helping more people than ever play wheelchair, deaf, visually impaired and learning disability tennis, amongst many other different formats of the game, from the grassroots to the elite international level.

Find out more about the work we’re doing to grow disability tennis and support people across Britain in playing and enjoying our sport.

Diversity & inclusion in tennis

Find out what we're doing to make tennis relevant, accessible, welcoming and enjoyable for everyone, no matter your background, age or ability.

Disability tennis

Find out more about how we work with venues across the country to put on a range of activities to improve mental and physical health in tennis through our Inclusion and Disability

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