Blind Tennis World Ranking!
Blind Tennis World Ranking list – We are all very proud, to see just how many of these names on this list, that we were able to help start on their journeys to Tennis excellence. Many named on the list are still Metro Blind Sports members and they train and share their hard-earned techniques with the next generation of upcoming tennis stars.Continue Reading
V4G VI Tennis Festival 22 Sept!
Whether you are trying VI (visually impaired) tennis for the ﬁrst time or play regularly this Tennis festival is for you! Run by a team of qualiﬁed LTA VI tennis coaches- we encourage anyone to join this event. Whether you are a player or potential coach for VI tennis come along and join the UK’s fastest-growing disability tennis.Continue Reading
VI Tennis Tournament in Gibraltar
A group of Metro Blind Sport members took part in the first VI tennis tournament in Gibraltar in July. The tournament is the brainchild of local visually impaired tennis player Jack Fisher, aged 25, who is currently undertaking a PhD in Mathematics. Mr Fisher plays regularly in tournaments while studying in the UK and decided to bring the sport of visually impaired tennis to Gibraltar.Continue Reading
Changes to Tennis VI Classifications
Changes to UK Tennis VI Classifications British Blind Sport – B5 upper limit reviewContinue Reading
DSC Summer Festival 26 July
DSC Summer Festival 26 July Participants are free to enjoy over 20 different sports at their own pace, and with traditional and Paralympic/ adapted sports on offer you won’t be short of choice! Sports include Football, Cricket, Tennis, Boccia, Badminton and more!Continue Reading