Tennis is one of most challenging and rewarding of all wheelchair sports. Participants will learn court mobility, stroke technique, the rules and scoring of the game, all while building strength, cardiovascular ability, and self-esteem in a fun group instruction environment.
2019 Session 1: Wednesdays, May 15th-June 26th, 6:00-7:30 pm
2019 Session 2: Tuesdays, July 16th-August 27th, 6:00-7:30 pm
For more information, please call 804-340-2991.
Important: You must have a Sportable Athlete Membership before you can register for our sports programs. Please visit our Membership page to sign up to become a Sportable member.
Westover Hills Tennis Courts
1186 Westover Hills Blvd
Richmond, Virginia 23225
Individuals age 5 and up with a physical disability* and an interest in learning the sport of tennis.
Please make sure that all athletes have filled out the Waiver & Release of Liability Form and the Medical Information Form. Both can be found in our Form Archives. Please turn in forms at first sport session.
For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 804. 340. 2991
*The majority of Sportable programs can be adapted for all levels of physical ability, including those individuals who are ambulatory or use a manual or power wheelchair. Sportable reserves the right to hold your registration and place you on a waiting list until we can determine if accommodations for your participation can be made.
Greg has been playing competitive tennis since 1991. He initially started playing casually with his brother. Then he caught the bug, joined the USTA, and started playing in leagues. From there he joined Club Briarwood, now ACAC, and grew even more passionate about tennis. Greg loves the sport because it allows him to get exercise, be competitive, and also be social. Unfortunately, due to injuries, Greg is not able to play as much as he used to, but he still enjoys the sport and especially loves teaching tennis. He still remembers the first time he saw the folks from Sportable teaching tennis at Byrd Park. From that very moment, he knew that he had to be a part of Sportable wheelchair tennis.