Mission and Vision Statement
The University of Houston’s Adaptive Tennis Program provides students with disabilities the opportunity to develop their tennis skills and to play competitive tennis. The Program promotes the highest standards of sportsmanship and conduct, while developing students’ leadership and interpersonal skills through the sport of tennis.
What is Adaptive Tennis?
Adaptive Tennis is a form of tennis for those who have disabilities. It’s played on a regulation tennis court, with no modification to the balls and racquets. The only modification is that players get two bounces of the ball before it has to be hit, instead of one.