Wheelchair Sports Australia: the national representative for various wheelchair sports in Australia.
Tennis chair: a three-wheeled tennis wheelchair that has only one front caster that needs to be rotated to initiate the turn. This reduction of friction provides the player with a more responsive turn.
Mini Circuit: an introductory competition event that runs for one day only using a green low-compression ball – 75 per cent compression of a regular tennis ball. This allows for greater preparation and longer rallies. Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia currently hold these events. Consult the calendar for upcoming events.
IPIN: From 1 January 2010 all players wishing to compete on the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour will be required to have an active IPIN. The IPIN will provide players with a wide range of services and improve the efficiency of operating the wheelchair tennis ranking. Find out more about the IPIN
NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour: Originated in 1992 with 11 international tournaments, the tour currently tops 151 tournaments in 37 countries. It boasts more than $1 million in prize money with wheelchair events at the four Grand Slams.
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