From the City Community Tennis website: Wheelchair tennis is a one of Australia’s fastest growing, high-energy sports requiring concentration, fitness and skill. The game follows traditional tennis rules, with the only exception being that a player is allowed two bounces of the ball. No former tennis experience is needed to play wheelchair tennis ‚ all you need is a want for fun. You don’t have to be in a wheelchair to play wheelchair tennis! Our Wheelchair Development Hub is a great place for wheelchair tennis players to develop their skills playing against family, friends and peers.
From the City Community Tennis website: Professional coaching is provided by qualified tennis coaches for only $14 per 2 hour session for members at the Alexandria Park tennis courts, Park Road, Alexandria 2015. We are also fortunate to have former world number 2 wheelchair tennis champion, Mick Connell, delivering private coaching at our Surry Hills tennis courts in Prince Alfred Park 2010.