People with a disability face physical barriers every day, but social attitudes can often prove more difficult to overcome than any physical obstacle.

We aim to break this barrier and create environments where every person with a disability feels confident to pick up a racquet and have a go no matter what their ability. After all, small changes in attitude on a community level can lead to huge steps in social attitudes all over the world.

Here you will find some helpful tips on how you can contribute to creating an inclusive environment for all players.


> Officiating and volunteers
> Administrators


> Best ways to communicate
> Appropriate terminology

Players, Parents and Carers

> Parents and carers
> Tennis players


> Coaching tennis
> Modify activities for players with a disability (TREE)