Blind Tennis

It’s never too late to start your tennis journey!

Somerton Park Tennis Club Blind Tennis Evenings are a fantastic way for Visually Impaired Adults and Teenagers to experience the game of tennis! Using audible tennis balls and modified courts, smaller racquets and relaxed rules.

Blind Tennis gives visually impaired people the chance to play tennis. Whether it’s simply hitting tennis balls for the first time or working towards competitive Blind Tennis, everyone is welcome to come and participate!

> Social Blind Tennis and Come & Try Blind Tennis Flyer

Social Blind Tennis
When: Tuesday Evenings 17/10/2017 to 5/12/2017
Time: 6:30pm – 7:30pm
Where: Somerton Park Tennis Club
28-40 Wilton Avenue, Somerton Park 5044
Cost: $5 per session

Free Come & Try Blind Tennis
Tuesday 26 September
6.30pm – 7.30pm
At Somerton Park TC

Bookings Essential
M: 0438 801 967
E: [email protected]

Somerton Park Tennis Club is passionate about ensuring youth with vision impairments are given the same opportunities as everyone else. The club referenced the great work that Victoria has done to ensure inclusion of vision impaired youth in their state, and highlighted the goal to reach a similar standard through increasing opportunities for individuals with vision impairments to get involved.

Somerton Park Tennis Club recently receiving an AO Community Grant to help continue to deliver a free Blind Tennis program at the local South Australia School for the Vision Impaired, and for those interested, provide additional after school coaching.

If you, or someone you know may be interested in playing tennis, please contact Nicholas Bradley from Somerton Park Tennis Club on 0438 801 967.

> Blind Tennis Player Pathway