The two-bounce rule makes all the difference. Wheelchair tennis can be
played anywhere, anytime and with anyone. It's one of the fastest-growing
wheelchair sports and allows players who use a wheelchair to compete
alongside able-bodied friends too. The wheelchair-using player returns the
ball before it hits the ground a third time. The chair is considered to be
part of the player's body so all rules apply the same.
There are no modifications to the court size, no adaptive equipment needed, just a racket, a ball, a partner and the will to play. For more, visit the Ontario Wheelchair Sports Association.