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Blind and Low Vision
Visual ImpairmentBlind Tennis can be played with bell balls and is now played at local clubs across the country. Click here for more information.
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Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Hearing Impaired-IandDFind out information on unique talent pathways, classifications and playing opportunities for players who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
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Intellectual Impairment and Autism
Intellectual Impairment_SMALLDid you know PWII & Players with Autism have existing pathways from local to international playing opportunities? Click here to find out more.
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LGBTI+
LGBTI+Sport is for everyone to enjoy and tennis prides itself on being a sport for life.
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Multicultural
Ace Multicultural Programs
Nth Melbourne/ Vic Police session
Flemington Community Centre, Flemington
Monday 27th October 2014

Photo credit: Jaimi ChisholmTennis is a sport for everyone – no matter your ability, background, race or religious beliefs tennis is a sport for you.
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Partnerships
PartnershipsTennis Victoria is proud to partner with organisations to increase opportunities for under-represented and vulnerable groups
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Wheelchair Tennis
Wheelchair-IandDPlayers don’t have to be in a wheelchair to play wheelchair tennis. Players using a wheelchair are also enjoying local club and association competition. Click here to find out more.
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