This is a tennis session run by qualified professional tennis coaches that is open to players of all ages with blindness, vision impairment or low vision.
Blind and low vision tennis is also called Soundball Tennis. It uses a brighter sponge ball with a bell inside that makes a noise as well as a smaller court and racquet so that everyone can enjoy a fun and adaptive version of tennis.
Standard rules of tennis apply with just a few modifications:
Totally blind players are allowed three bounces and those with partial sight are allowed two bounces. Just like standard tennis, you can play singles or doubles.
Sighted players can play against visually impaired players, but they’re allowed only one bounce and no volleying.
Run by qualified professional tennis coaches, these sessions will teach the basics of the game through the use of modified equipment and extra bounces.
Contact us for information on how to use your NDIS funding towards these sessions.