Wheelchair tennis is a high-energy sport requiring concentration, fitness and incredible skill. Wheelchair tennis follows traditional tennis rules with the only difference in competitions being players are allowed two bounces of the ball; the first bounce being within the bounds of the court.
We are honoured to have champion wheelchair tennis coach, Michael (Mick) Connell offering lessons and clinics at the Prince Alfred Park courts in Surry Hills. Mick was formerly number 2 in the world and won the 2013 NSW Wheelchair Sports Metropolitan Open Title after winning both the Open Men’s Singles and Open Men’s Doubles. To book a wheelchair tennis lesson please feel free to contact Mick Connell directly on 0415 884 749.
City Community Tennis also hosts the NEC Metropolitan Open Wheelchair Tennis Tournament, an ITF Futures Event held at the Prince Alfred Park tennis courts on the last weekend in November each year.Keegan Oh-Chee took out his first Metropolitan Wheelchair Tennis Open this year, winning both the singles and the doubles.