rules to play wheelchair tennis

Toilet breaks

Rules to play Wheelchair Tennis

Toilet breaks

Two 2 toilet breaks are permitted during a singles or doubles match, to be taken preferably at the set break. Each break may be for a reasonable time. The player must receive permission from the Chair Umpire, if there is one, or from his opponent, who cannot reasonably refuse the request. Additional breaks may only be permitted by the Chair Umpire, Roving Umpire or Referee. If a player takes a third toilet break without permission, they may be charged with leaving the court without permission under the Code of Conduct.


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