Get involved in wheelchair tennis!
Wheelchair tennis is a fun sport for people with a variety of physical disabilities and can be played in either a manual or an electric wheelchair. No matter where you live in BC, we can get you involved.
BCWSA offers weekly programs, clinics, fun development camps, tournaments and many more opportunities. We have participants at the junior, developmental, recreational and elite levels. From our fun themed wheelchair tennis events like our St. Patrick's Day Fun Day to the internationally ranked Vancouver International Wheelchair Tennis Tournament, there's something for everyone!
We are currently recruiting players, coaches, officials and volunteers of all levels. No tennis experience is necessary! If you’re interested in getting involved, contact Michelle McDonell at email@example.com or 604-333-3520 x208
There are ongoing wheelchair tennis programs in the following communities around the province:
- North Vancouver
GF Strong Gymnasium
4255 Laurel Street, Vancouver, BC
Beginner drop-in session, first Thursday of every month
Great West Tennis & Fitness Centre
2550 Yale Court, Abbotsford, BC.
YY Tennis Club
7460 Steveston Road, Richmond
Tuesday & Sundays – Year Round
Contact: Steve Manley
Kamloops Tennis Club
758 Front Street, Kamloops
Tuesday evenings – Spring/Summer
Fee: athletes must be members of Kamloops Adapted Sports Association (KASA) to play. Membership is $100/year and gives you access to all sports offered by KASA (wheelchair basketball and handcycling).
Please Note: Space is very limited so please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org before arriving to play. Feel free to come and watch without notice though!
Cedar Hill Tennis
3220 Cedar Hill Road, Victoria, BC V8P 3Y3
Phone - 250-475-7121
Cost - $60 membership with Victoria Wheelchair Sports
For more information contact Bernice Wong - email@example.com
Kelowna Wheelchair Tennis - runs during the outdoor season
Wednesdays 6:30 - 8:30 pm under the lights
Basil Meikle Courts located between the Parkinson Recreation Centre and the Apple Bowl.
The program will focus on fun and skill development for all levels.
Sport wheelchairs, rackets and tennis balls are provided.
For more information contact Patrick Ryan 250-491-9838 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information:
Contact Michelle McDonell at email@example.com or 604-333-3520 x208.