Players with an Intellectual Disability Pathway
Looking to get started in tennis? Follow our player pathway to get involved:
1. Get started
Contact your Member Association to see if there are any Open Days/Come and Try Days or tennis programs for players with an intellectual disability (PWID) coming up near you. Learn more about programs for players with a disability in your state:
Find a PWID tennis program at a club near you:
3. Player Development
Find a coach to help improve your skills:
Attend a state-based Development Camp to improve your skills.
Enter a mini circuit (a series of tournaments) in your state:
Enter your state championships:
- Queensland Tennis Championships
- NSW Open Tennis Championships
- SA Open Tennis Championships
- Victoria Open Tennis Championships
The Special Olympics
The Special Olympics is the world’s largest sporting event for athletes with an intellectual disability. Find out how you can get involved:
The Global Games
The Global Games is for para-athletes with an intellectual disability.
INAS World Tennis Championships
INAS is the International Association of Sport for para-athletes with an intellectual disability. INAS manage elite competition and promote inclusion worldwide.
T: +613 9914 4000
Sports Inclusion Australia – Robyn Smith
T: +613 5762 7494
E: [email protected]