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Jordanne Whiley in action on the first day of the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships

Reid and Whiley progress at British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships

Wimbledon champions Gordon Reid and Jordanne Whiley were among the Brits to progress on the first day of the 2016 British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships

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Baily and Lock win singles and doubles titles at Cambridge Blind and Visually Impaired Tennis Regional Series

Posted on 25/07/2016 Follow link
Callum Lock in action at the 2015 National Blind and Visually Impaired Tennis Championships
"Steven Ottley (GBR), left, and Lucy Porteous (GBR)..National Learning Disability Tennis Tournament 2015, Nottingham Tennis Centre, Nottingham...Date: Sunday, November 1, 2015 .Picture: Chris Vaughan/James Jordan Photography"

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Tennis really is a sport that anyone can play. It can be adapted for any level of ability, as well as for players with different disabilities.

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Tennis Coach with Children at the Great British Tennis Weekend

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We want to get as many school children and students playing tennis as we can.

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Education Strategy Launch in March 2015 Judy Murray in attendance

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