New Zealand Wheelchair Tennis

Wheelchair Tennis began in New Zealand over forty years ago and organises tournaments throughout the year.

New Zealand Wheelchair Tennis

Wheelchair Tennis began in New Zealand over forty years ago and organises tournaments throughout the year.

New Zealand Wheelchair Tennis

Wheelchair Tennis began in New Zealand over forty years ago and organises tournaments throughout the year.

New Zealand Wheelchair Tennis

Wheelchair Tennis began in New Zealand over forty years ago and organises tournaments throughout the year.

Wheelchair Tennis began in the winter of 1979.

We all got together at the tennis courts in Hagley Park, Christchurch – Ross Burgess, who had played it in Australia, and Graham Dorner, a coach who had trialed it in the UK, rounded up the Parafed members to get on court – and suddenly we were all hooked.

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NZ Wheelchair Tennis is involved in hosting tournaments throughout the year so you can get involved

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Friday 22 July 2022
2022 ITF Wheelchair Futures Sydney Classic & ITF Canberra Open.
If you require accommodation please book as soon as possible to ensure you lock in your room at the official hotel and to get the prices listed.
Email us at [email protected]
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Friday 22 July 2022
2022 ITF Wheelchair Futures Sydney Classic & ITF Canberra Open.
If you require accommodation please book as soon as possible to ensure you lock in your room at the official hotel and to get the prices listed.
Email us at wheelchartournaments@tennis.com.au

Great turnout for the first Auckland Coaching session for term 2. Thanks coach Rene Ruahe. ... See MoreSee Less

Great turnout for the first Auckland Coaching session for term 2. Thanks coach Rene Ruahe.

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