CHARLOTTE PROGRAMS

 

WHEEL SERVE CHARLOTTE

ADAPTIVE SPORTS & ADVENTURES PROGRAM

WHEEL SERVE CHARLOTTE

Wheel Serve Charlotte is part of the Wheel Serve NC family, growing wheelchair tennis across the state. Our mission is to expose people with a physical disability to the sport of tennis through programming, competition and events. Improving a person's health and wellness while providing a community of support and friendship. Join us for a day of tennis whether it's singles, doubles, up-down play or even compete in our statewide tennis ladder. We are just friends playing tennis having lots of FUN on the court!

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WHEN DO WE PLAY

Wheel Serve Charlotte meets every Wednesday throughout the year.

May - September

9:00-11:00 am

October - April

12:00-2:00 pm

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WHO WE ARE

Wheel Serve Charlotte offers a weekly, year-round play-day of tennis at no cost to you. All tennis and adaptive equipment is provided if needed. We offer recreational and competitive play for the athlete who loves the game of tennis and wants to become a better and a more independent player. Join us for fun games, drills and match-play.

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WHERE DO WE PLAY

Queens University Sports Complex

2229 Tyvola Rd.

Charlotte, NC 28210

 

ADAPTIVE SPORTS AND ADVENTURES PROGRAM

Atrium Health's Carolinas Rehabilitation

ASAP provides instruction and opportunities for individuals with a variety of disabilities to participate in sports, recreational activities and outdoor adventures. ASAP supports and challenges athletes to achieve their personal goals and also provides them with opportunities for much more. It is a chance for a healthier lifestyle and an opportunity for improved quality of life.

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WHEN DO WE PLAY

ASAP Tennis meets every Tuesday throughout the year.

May - September

9:00-11:00 am

October - April

11:00-1:00 pm

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WHO WE ARE

ASAP Tennis offers a weekly, year-round tennis clinic for anyone of any age with a physical disability. The clinic is at no cost to you and all tennis and adaptive equipment is provided. A recreational therapist is on site to help with any needed equipment adaptations necessary to play tennis. Volunteers participate each clinic.

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WHERE DO WE PLAY

Queens University Sports Complex

2229 Tyvola Rd.

Charlotte, NC 28210

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