Sports and Fitness
Ability360 Wheelchair Tennis. A woman using a manual wheelchair hits a ball.

Wheelchair Tennis

Wheelchair Tennis is one of the fastest growing wheelchair sports in the world! Wheelchair tennis is played the same way as able-bodied tennis with the exception being that the wheelchair player is allowed two bounces of the ball. The second bounce may also occur outside the court.

Men and Women complete separately in the open division, while players with higher levels of impairment compete in the mixed quad division. Wheelchair tennis is one of the few adaptive sports that can be integrated, allowing a wheelchair tennis player to compete in non-wheelchair tennis leagues, tournaments, and juniors can play on their high school tennis teams.

Ability360 offers private and small group wheelchair tennis lessons and clinics for all ages and abilities.

For more information contact: Kaitlyn Verfuerth –


Novice Wheelchair Winter Tennis Clinics

Novice clinics will run October 26th – December 7th on Thursdays from 6pm-8pm at the Phoenix Tennis Center. This clinic is open to beginners and those needing to improve on their foundational skills.

Advance Wheelchair Winter Tennis Clinics

Advance clinics will run from October 24th – December 5th on Tuesdays from 6pm-8 pm at the Phoenix Tennis Center. This clinic is open to advance players who want to hone in on their current skills.

Phoenix All-Comers Tennis Camp

The USTA’s All-Comers wheelchair tennis camps are national camps promoting instruction, coaching and awareness for wheelchair tennis. Tennis Camp will be from December 14th-17th at the Phoenix Tennis Center.