5 May 2022 | Tennis Victoria

Tennis Victoria’s Blind and Low Vision State Championships are returning to the National Tennis Centre with players coming from across Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and New South Wales to compete this weekend.

The championships, comprising of various categories of competition across two days, will be the second State Championships after the inaugural event last year.

Play is modified with an audible yellow or black ball and depending on the category of competition and play is either with one, two or three bounces of the ball.

Following the round robin competition on Saturday, the semi-finals and finals will be played on Sunday.

Tennis Victoria CEO, Adam Crameri, is excited to host the second Blind and Low Vision State Championships in Victoria and welcomes all participants back to Melbourne Park.

“We wish everyone involved in the Blind and Low Vision State Championships the best of luck for this weekend.”

“Tennis is a safe and inclusive sport and these championships highlight the great opportunities and pathways available for all Victorian Tennis players to access”

“I would like to give a special thanks to Blind Sports and Recreation Victoria, Tennis Australia and all of the volunteers for assisting across the weekend.”

Tennis Victoria’s Inclusion Lead, Danielle Lowerson is looking forward to welcoming all players to the National Tennis Centre in Melbourne.

“We are looking forward to hosting many players across various ages and abilities in both junior and open categories this weekend.”

“There are many talented players featuring this weekend, including Ricky Segura who won a gold medal at the third International Blind Tennis Tournament in Spain in 2019.”

“After a successful first event in 2021, these championships will continue the great momentum of Blind and Low Vision tennis in Victoria, where the winners will feature in the National Blind and Low Vision Championships held later in 2022.”

Event information – Tennis Victoria’s Blind and Low Vision State Championships


Saturday May 7 & Sunday May 8


Saturday: 1:30pm – 6:00pm

Sunday: 8.30am – 4:00pm


National Tennis Centre

Olympic Boulevard

Melbourne, VIC