Tennis really is a sport that anyone can play. It can be adapted for any level of ability, impairments or disability.
I Play 30 are tennis activity sessions designed for adults and children with learning, sensory and physical disabilities, and friends and family are welcome to join in the sessions too.
Bright Ideas for Tennis would like to get more people involved in tennis and with the help of funding from Sport England, we are pleased to be able to offer these sessions free of charge.
Initially the tennis activity sessions are being piloted at several clubs throughout Surrey.
Each tennis activity sessions will be run by a qualified LTA coach. Participants are encouraged to play at their own pace.
All tennis activity sessions will be supervised by an LTA qualified coach who has received specific disability tennis training. All activities are flexible and participants are not required to attend every week. Just sign up as and when you feel like it.
The tennis activity sessions are designed for adults and children with learning, sensory and physical disabilities, and friends and family are welcome to join in the sessions too.
All equipment including rackets will be provided at the sessions. The equipment has been carefully selected in order to fully engage the individual and maximise enjoyment. So all you need to do is turn up, and have fun.
If you are still a little unsure whether I Play 30 is for you, either come along and observe a session prior to signing up, or get in touch with our lead coaches via the contact details below in order to ask any questions, or discuss any particular needs.
If you would like to find out about a specific session, please get in touch with the lead coach at your preferred venue, otherwise feel free to email Danny Sapsford at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill in the form below.