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Wheelchair Tennis

Quad (Doubles)


Movement or coordination moderately affected throughout the whole body.

Movement in the legs highly affected and moderately affected on one side of the trunk and in one arm.

Movement and coordination affected to a high degree from the chest down and in the legs, with movement mildly affected in the hands.

Absence of both legs just below the hips with movement affected to a moderate degree in the hands

Absence of legs and one forearm.

 


Quad doubles players have affected movement and coordination in all four limbs.

These players are affected in their ability to propel or manoeuvre their wheelchair and perform a full range of normal tennis strokes.