Clinics

The Hallowheel Adaptive Tennis Clinic, held Halloween weekend each year, introduce wheelchair tennis to children and adults. The events are free and include two hours of tennis instruction, games, and prizes. Thanks to Danielle Morris for coordinating the event and to the BRWTA Board and dozens of volunteers who help.

Board and dozens of volunteers help: See more Hallowheel pictures here.
Other BRWTA-Supported Clinics
Enjoying the wheelchair clinic at the Paula G. Manship YMCA in Baton Rouge are (l-r) Alex Saporito, Scott Saporito, Brandon Jones, Teaching Professional Ronnie Walters, Jody Sicard, and Kristin Robertson.
Enjoying the wheelchair clinic at the Paula G. Manship YMCA in Baton Rouge are (l-r) Alex Saporito, Scott Saporito, Brandon Jones, Teaching Professional Ronnie Walters, Jody Sicard, and Kristin Robertson.

Manship YMCA Conducts Beginners Clinics for Wheelchair Tennis
Ronnie Walters of the Paula G. Manship YMCA in Baton Rouge conducts a beginner’s wheelchair tennis clinic. If you know someone who would be interested in participating, please call Ronnie Walters at the Manship YMCA at 225-612-2420.

BRWTA Wheelchair Tennis Clinics Held in Lafayette and Baton Rouge
In July and September of 2015, we had the pleasure of hosting wheelchair tennis clinics in Lafayette at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital and in Baton Rouge at the Baton Rouge Rehab Hospital. The clinics introduced individuals to the sport of wheelchair tennis.  They were able to learn how to rally, volley and serve, thanks to instruction by teaching professionals Bill Phillips and Kathrin Sieberth. As with traditional tennis instruction, Bill and Kathrin used smaller nets and foam balls to teach the fundamentals.
IMG_1127IMG_1113IMG_1120

 

 

 

IMG_1129BRWTA Wheelchair Tennis Clinic, Sept. 15, 2015, Baton Rouge, La.

photo 3BRWTA Wheelchair Tennis Clinic, July 21, 2015, Lafayette, La.

See more pictures here!

Lafayette Advertiser photo gallery
Baton Rouge Advocate photo gallery
KATC-TV online post

Advertisements