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Wheelchair Tennis

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Movement or coordination affected in the legs to a moderate degree.

The movement of one leg affected to a high degree.

Movement of the hip joint moderately affected.

Absence of both legs from mid-calf.

Absence of one leg below the knee.

 


Open tennis players are affected in the legs, hips or have the absence of lower limbs.

All players have a full range of shots and are able to move around the court quickly and precisely in their wheelchair.