Taking place Sunday, June 23 at the University of South Florida. Click here for the full event schedule..

Team Competition

  • Play will use a modified “Fast4” format “No Ad” (deciding point played at deuce with receiving team choosing the side). The first team to win four games wins the match, with a tiebreaker played at three games all. The tiebreaker is first to five points, each side serving two points alternating, match point played at four points all with receiving team choosing the side


  • Wheelchair Tennis is an Open classification sport. The Open classification applies to all athletes from all physical impairment groups.

Did you know?

  • Tennis rackets come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including ones that are shorter or longer, and lighter, which makes gripping the racket and hitting the ball easier. Sometimes athletic tape or a gripping device is used to secure the racquet to the hand and forearm.
  • Tennis wheelchairs with the cambered wheel are used for better stability and maneuvering. When learning the basics of Wheelchair Tennis, a daily wheelchair can be used. As a player becomes serious about the sport, many invest in a Tennis wheelchair.