Wheelchair tennis is a really exciting game. There are lots of places where you can play it. Wheelchair players can play with non-disabled players. The only rule change is that if you're in a wheelchair, you're allowed up to two bounces of the ball before returning it.
You don't even need to be a wheelchair user to play it.
In fact, you don't have to use a wheelchair at all. Ambulatory tennis (playing on your feet or prosthetics) is another way of playing the game that might be right for you.
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