Wheelchair Tennis

Midwest Adaptive Sports (MAS) is now partnering with The Whole Person (TWP) and the United States Tennis Association (USTA) to offer Wheelchair Tennis. Wheelchair Tennis is a fast growing sport that is offered for both paraplegic and quadriplegic men and women. Both Midwest Adaptive Sports and The Whole Person will strive to adapt the sport of tennis to the individual with the disability, not their disability to tennis. Tennis, like all of our adaptive sports, benefits ones health, self-confidence, self-esteem, independence, and social skills. We invite YOU to participate in our newest program offered at Midwest Adaptive Sports!

There are two divisions in competitive wheelchair tennis (paraplegic/quadriplegic). To be eligible to play competitive tennis the individual must have a medically diagnosed disability of one or both lower extremities.

The paraplegic division is divided into four sub-divsions (C,B,A,U.S.Open) The "C" division is for beginners, "B" division is for the intermediate player, "A" division is for advanced players, and the "U.S. Open" division is for elite players.  

The quadaplegic division is divided into two sub-divisions (A,U.S.Open).

The "A" division is for both beginner/intermediate and the "U.S. Open" division is for the advanced/elite players.

Our Kansas City No Coast Wheelchair Tennis program currently has athletes in the paraplegic divisions C,B, and A who compete in tournaments though out the United States. We do not have any athletes in the quadriplegic division ,but we are always looking for more athletes to join our team. 

Wheelchair Tennis follows the same rules and regulations as abled bodied tennis, with one difference. In Wheelchair Tennis the player is allowed two bounces on their side of the court before the must hit the ball to the other player.

If you would like more information on Wheelchair Tennis, contact us or Rick Haith today!

 

Kansas City No Coast Program

Tennis for All Abilities

Entry Level and Recreation Tennis Sessions:

1st and 3rd Saturdays each month 11:00 AM- 12:30PM at the Northland Racquet Club

306 Tennis Ct, North Kansas City, MO

$5 per session

No Coast Wheelchair Tennis Team

Competitive Tennis Practice:

Wednesdays 6:00-8:00PM at the Northland Raquet Club

306 Tennis Ct, North Kansas City, MO. 

Coaching will be provided for beginners "C" division players. There will be court fees for the competitive program.

Contact Rick Haith or 816-627-2229 for more information about the tennis programs that MAS and TWP have to offer.  

104 S. Montague St.
Dearborn, MO 64439-9093

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