|OPAF wheelchair tennis training and clinics|
The Orthotic and Prosthetic Activities Foundation (OPAF) is bringing five tennis clinics to the Carolinas over the next two months. OPAF is partnering with USTA North Carolina, USTA South Carolina and USTA Wheelchair to offer trainings for teaching pros, therapists, and wheelchair and adaptive tennis players.
NC Wheelchair Tennis Clinics are being taught by certified Wheelchair instructors. All levels are welcome from beginners to advanced!
Wheelchair and Amputee Tennis Clinics to visit North Carolina
Orthotic and Prosthetic Activities Foundation (OPAF) is partnering with USTA North Carolina, USTA South Carolina and Bridge II Sports to host five Wheelchair and Amputee Tennis Clinics in June. The clinics will feature Paralympic champion Karin Korb teaching tennis skills and drills on court.
About Abilities Tennis
Abilities Tennis Association of NC (Abilities Tennis) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to raising awareness and developing adaptive tennis programs for persons with intellectual disabilities throughout the state of NC. Their goal is to provide adaptive tennis programs year-round through clinics, tournaments, and PE-Adaptive Tennis in the Public School systems. They work closely with USTA NC, Community Tennis Associations, Public School Systems, Parks and Recreation departments, and Special Olympics of NC.
2nd Annual Spring Thaw Adaptive Tournament
It’s time for ATANC’s first tournament of the year! The 2nd Annual Spring Thaw Adaptive Tournament will take place in Wilmington, NC on February 25, 2012. The tournament will be held at Althea Gibson Tennis Center at Empie Park from 9:30am – 5pm. We look forward to seeing all our friends from past tournaments.