rules to play wheelchair tennis

Wheelchair Able bodied Tennis

Rules to play Wheelchair Tennis

Wheelchair Able bodied Tennis

Where a wheelchair player as defined in Rule I above, is playing with or against an able bodied person in singles or in doubles, the rules of wheelchair tennis shall apply for the wheelchair player while the Rules of Tennis for able bodied tennis shall apply for the able bodied player. In this instance, the wheelchair player is allowed two bounces while the able bodied player is allowed only one bounce.ITF Note The definition of lower extremities is the lower limb, including the buttocks, hip, thigh, leg, ankle, and foot.

Quad heat rule
Technical considerations
Player loses point
Mobility cycle
The competitive wheelchair tennis player
Toilet breaks
The two bounce rule
Chair umpire
The Ball in Play
Preparation of Equipment
Quad rackets
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