Tennis is for all in Milton Keynes

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MK Inclusive Tennis have teamed up with their partners to bring a series of tennis sessions to encourage disabled players into the game.

Joining forces with the Lawn Tennis Association, MK Community Foundation and LEAP, sessions have been arranged all over town for people to get involved with.

Ksenia, a blind player from Bletchley said: “I can definitely say that my physical ability has greatly improved. Playing in lots of competitions has helped me to discover hidden talents and strengths.”

Sessions take place every Saturday at David Lloyd Leisure from 4.30pm.

Adult blind and visually impaired tennis at Woughton Leisure Centre every Friday at 9.30am for beginners. And from 10.30am-11.30am for intermediate players.

Children’s blind and visually impaired tennis at Oakgrove Leisure Centre every Saturday morning at 9.00am.

Children’s deaf tennis (age 5-14) sessions at Newport Pagnell Tennis Club every Thursday at 4.30pm.

Autistic tennis (13+) at Tattenhoe Pavillion from 5.30-6.30pm every Wednesday.

Adult learning disability tennis at MKSnap in Walnut Tree, 9.30-10.45am every Friday.