Trio win brace of titles at York Visually Impaired Tennis Regional Tournament

We had 5 entries into the York regional tournament with a trio of wins for Cambridge.

Alex Wheen, the head coach from Vision 4 Growth said “I am very proud of the success of our players and their determination throughout the tournament.”

Alex is one of the few visually impaired tennis coaches in the UK who himself has a visual impairment.

Click here to read the Tennis Foundation’s article about the event.

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