Tennis boss checks out visually impaired lessons in Middlesbrough

THE head of the Lawn Tennis Association has been in the region to check out the lessons that are available for visually impaired players.

Chief Executive Roger Draper visited Tennis World in Middlesbrough to take try his hand at a specially designed lesson catering for people with limited or no eye sight.

He spent two hours at the venue talking to coaches and players to experience how the sport can be played by all.


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