Adaptive Standing Tennis is a modality of tennis for individuals with physical disability who play the sport of tennis standing, or ambulatory as opposed to their counterparts who play wheelchair tennis, playing tennis in a wheelchair. People who play adaptive standing tennis may have an amputation, cerebral palsy, limb difference, or hemiplegia.
Lifetime experiences growing up as an amputee into adulthood in life and sport. Barriers, amazing opportunities, obstacles and circumstances faced along the way. My Testimony
The USA TAP OPEN is an International Adaptive Tennis Tournament that gathers some of the best Amputee and Adaptive Tennis players in the world to compete in Houston, Texas.
As amputees, we are often approached in public about our prosthesis or amputation, hear some crazy things, and tell some crazy stories in return!
Shout out to my guys at Side Yard Productions for filming such an amazing piece! “Credo” Commercial Spec
Adaptive Standing Tennis is tennis adapted for individuals with differing physical or cognitive abilities. We all adapt playing tennis, disability or not. Tennis is the game of adjustments. Tennis is for everyone.