Open Court Disability Tennis


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What is disability tennis?

We offer tennis coaching sessions for adults and juniors with a disability.

Disability tennis is the general term to describe various versions of tennis that are on offer for disabled people to have fun playing.

Who can take part? 

We welcome those who have: 

  • Learning disability / special education needs (e.g. Autism spectrum disorders / ADHD / Down’s syndrome…) 
  • Hearing impairments 
  • Visual impairments
  • Physical disability’s (e.g. Amputation, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy, muscular distrophy, multiple sclerosis (MS)…)

About the sessions 

Our sessions are for adults and juniors of all abilities.  If you are just starting to learn tennis, or if you have played before and would like to continue to improve then you are all welcome.

Sessions are delivered by an LTA accredited coach with specific disability tennis training, and will include learning & playing the game, using sensory equipment, getting active, making friends and more. 


  • Tuesdays 5pm – 6pm | Juniors (5 – 17 years old)
  • Fridays 11am – 12pm | Adults (18+) 

Price per session

Free for members / £5 non-members | Become a club member

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