1. Amputee and Adaptive Standing Tennis 
First Practice in Houston of our Amputee Tennis Program


Amputee Tennis History
Our first literature promoting our Amputee Tennis Class in Houston in 2015. Amputee Tennis   
American Jeff Bourns Player Biography for the USA TAP OPEN in 2018. The tournament featured some of the best Adaptive Standing Tennis players from around the world. Jeff was a player and an organizer of the event. It was the final Slam Bourns would play in before retiring in 2019 ranked fourth in the world in his category of play.
American Former Adapted Touring Amputee Tennis Pro Jeff Bourns player biography for the USA TAP OPEN


Jeff Bourns player bio for the Inaugural USA TAP OPEN 2016


Practice at West Gray
Team Babolat night At Houston’s Metropolitan Multi-Service Center | 2019
Amputee Tennis Practice
Coach Preston Pinto giving Instruction
Students and Activities during Tennis Practice


Coach Scott Carr goofing off with the class. We had a lot of laughs


USTA Adaptive Tennis Houston
Our class in 2015. USTA Adapted Tennis. Great memories. Photo Credit – Justin Tzou


Coaches Jeff Bourns and Preston Pinto getting their “Hulk” on with student Tray

Santiago, Chile TAP Masters Tennis Tournament 

First American Player to compete Internationally against players from around the World  / TAP World Championship Masters 


Serving in Santiago


Jeff Bourns and Benjamin Emanuel
Jeff Bourns and his good friend and strength and conditioning coach Benjamin Emanuel
Training Hard
Hard Work Pays Off

Brazil Open 2016

Players Representing their Respected Countries at the Brazil Open. Jeff was the only American competitor 


Jeff Bourns and Jorge Castro of Portugal at the Brazil Open. Great friends and hitting partners


In Brazil With friend Cristian Contreras of Chile
Amputee Tennis
Jeff Bourns representing the United States at the TAP Brazil Open 2016  


Brazil Open 2016


Jeff representing the United States for the Para- Sport Brazil Open 2016. He was the only American to compete 


Amputee Tennis Player
Jeff Bourns Bay Oaks Country Club 2016 | Amputee Tennis 
Photo Credits – Justin Tzou


Tennis is for Everyone


Amputee Tennis
 Jeff Bourns training Dionté Foster In Louisville, Kentucky
Jeff Bourns is an American Amputee Tennis player who is currently ranked fourth in the world, Category A. Jeff Bourns 2017 | Team Babolat and Just Train | Photography Credits – Justin Tzou

Photo Shoot 2016  | Photo Credits | Justin Tzou

Jeff Bourns is an amputee tennis player who plays on the TAP WORLD TOUR: currently ranked 9 in the World. Bourns resides in Houston, Texas and is an avid outdoorsman, father, and philanthropist.
Photo Credits – Justin Tzou | Amputee Tennis 


Photo Credits – Justin Tzou | Amputee Tennis Player

USTA Texas Executive Director Van Barry

Babolat’s Inaugural 2019 Hit Squad. My mates and I!
Amputee Tennis Player Jeff Bourns

Babolat Propulse Fury’s | C A N D Y

With Jason Harnett USTA Player Development


USTA Player Development Center with Damian Wright


USA TAP OPEN 2019 Team Babolat –    Thalita Rodrigues 


USTA TEXAS Annual Conference. Pictures Left to Right – Kevin Foster, Jeff Bourns, Cindy Benzon
2016 River Oaks Men’s Clay Court Championship – Pictured Katrina Adams C.E.O. of the United States Tennis Association | USTA
My Buddy Isaac. Or Big “I”
Jeff with his son Parker Bourns
Photo Credits – Justin Tzou
Santiago, Chile | Masters Final 2015
Fellow friends and competitors at Old City Hall Malmo, Sweden for the Malmo Open. The first time Standing Adaptive Tennis was played at a large Parasporting event in Europe. February 2018
Jeff Bourns 2016

2016 USA TAP OPEN | First International Standing Adaptive Tennis Tournament to take place in the United States

Finalist – Inagural CAST Open
Ivan Corretja. Great friend and incredible amputee tennis player and person. Wonderful family.
With great friend Ivan Corretja of Spain
With the Honorable Henry Cox, a Pioneer of Amputee Tennis | 2017 USA TAP OPEN
Cindy Benzon. Without her Advocacy and work Standing Adaptive Tennis would not be where it is today. A good friend
Jeff Bourns
Photo Credits – Justin Tzou


With friend Carl Mower at 2016 USA TAP OPEN


2017 USTA Annual Conference | Pictured USTA Texas Taylor Jones, Jeff Bourns, and Amanda Friday


Photo Credits – Justin Tzou


With Kent Ring of Sweden at the Malmo Open 2018


Photo Credits – Erik Paul


The squad! Isaac and Angelique Morales


With Japanese Friends at 2018 USA TAP OPEN


Photo Credits – Erik Paul


With great friend and training Partner Jorge Castro, from Portugal
Jeff Bourns of USA and Jorge Castro of Portugal. Training partners and great friends.


Jeff Bourns Preparing for his upcoming tennis match at the USA TAP OPEN
Jeff Bourns before the Inagural USA TAP OPEN in 2016. This tournament marked a historic benchmark in tennis as the first international tournament to be held in the USA for Adapted Standing Tennis professionals.


Inagural 2016 USA TAP OPEN Flyer. The event takes place in Houston, Texas allowing amputees and others with physical disabilities play tennis Standing without a wheelchair if they wish so.




2016 USA TAP OPEN | Photo Credits – Justin Tzou




With the late and International Hall of Fame United States Tennis Legend Dennis Ralston


Training With 1987 International Tennis Hall of Fame Inductee Dennis Ralston


Pictured with the Young King, Marc Krajekian
Family from North Carolina the Krajekian Family. Marc Krajekian is a great tennis player and young man 


Freedom Innovations Plie Knee
Freedom Innovations Plie Knee | Brazil 2016


With friends Dionte Foster, Wayne Luckett, and supporters of Team Dionte


2017 USA TAP OPEN with players from France and Japan


Amputee Tennis Pro Jeff Bourns
Return to Sender | Photo Credits – Justin Tzou | USTA NATIONAL TENNIS 


Amputee tennis player Jeff Bourns stretching to warm up for his match at the USA TAP OPEN
Photo Credits – Justin Tzou 2016 USA TAP OPEN 


Jeff Bourns and Sandra Giorgetta representing the United States at the Malmo Open 2018. Sandra was the second Tennis player to compete Internationally representing the United States 
Brazil and USA athletes. Jeff Bourns, Roberto Tuehlo and Matthew Bulow With friends Roberto Tuehlo and Matthew Bulow
Jeff Bourns and physical performance trainer Benjamin Emanuel II
Great friend – Professional trainer and former NFL safety, Benjamin Emanuel


Dr. Tyler Bowman of Kinetik


Francisco Cardoso, Jeff Bourns, Tono Solano, and Leonel Iknadiyosyan At the 2016 USA TAP OPEN
Camaraderie amongst friends and competitors from other countries.
With friend Enzo Amadei in Santiago, Chile. Executive Director of the TAP TOUR
Jeff and Enzo USA TAP OPEN 2018


Jeff Bourns
Photo Credits – Justin Tzou


Painting by Yui Takahashi. JASTA. An organization in Japan promoting Adaptive Standing Tennis. See image above


Jeff Bourns
Photo Credits – Justin Tzou


Isaac and Jeff


Photo Credits – Justin Tzou


Fun at the Abilities Expo Houston


With Friend Nico Basaez of Chile at the USA TAP OPEN 2017


With friends Shun Kishi of Japan and Damian Wright of the USA at the Inagural CAST Open. Started by John Hizer


With Richard Herskovitz at the 2019 USA TAP OPEN


Friends at the Brazil Open


Jason Kedzierski and Jeff Bourns. Jason got Jeff started with Babolat. He is a great human 


With friend and CAST founder John Hizer


Coached by Irwin Montalvo


Life is Good


Night of Superstars escorting Dustin Stallberg


Photo Credits Erik Paul


Photo Credits Justin Tzou


USA TAP OPEN 2018 – Photo by Scott Carr 


With friend Erik Lof of Sweden. Amazing player and person


Cynthia Barclay of Austria And I joking around 

Friends from Texas and Japan exchanging hats at dinner.
With Ken Shibatani of Japan at the US TAP OPEN 2016


The best of friends, from Chile. Their first time to travel to the United States of America
The best of friends, from Chile. Their first time to travel to the United States of America


With friend Harald Von Koch of Sweden


Friends from Chile


A legend. Tono Solano


First Adaptive Standing Tennis booth allowed at GateWay to Gold


Paralympics Passport Stamp


Photo Credits – Justin Tzou


Learning skills in tennis that translate into helping live life as an amputee


US TAP OPEN 2016 – Photo Credit Paul Ryan


With Josephine Sullivan


With the Austrians at the Malmo Open in 2018


San Antonio, Texas Clinic 2017.


With friends from the United States and Japan Touring NASA in Houston.