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USTA Texas
8105 Exchange Drive
Austin, TX 78754
512.443.1334 (Phone)
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USTA Texas Wheelchair & Adaptive

Wheelchair and Adaptive Tennis

Welcome to the USTA Texas Section web page for Adaptive and Wheelchair tennis! Texas is home to the biggest stars in local wheelchair tennis clubs and associations.
Our dedicated staff is ready to help grow Adaptive and Wheelchair tennis in Texas. For more information on wheelchair tennis events, opportunities and how you can get involved with wheelchair tennis, please contact: Taylor Helfeldt Jones at USTA Texas. For more information about adaptive tennis contact Cindy Benzon at USTA Texas.
The United States Tennis Association assumed responsibility of wheelchair tennis from the National Foundation for Wheelchair Tennis in 1998. Since then, the USTA has served a unique role as the National Governing Body for both Olympic and Paralympic tennis.
Texas is home to many opportunities for wheelchair tennis players and those interested in being involved with the sport. The USTA Texas Run / Roll Series provides an opportunity for consistent participants to earn points towards becoming the Series Champion at the end of the year.



Deadline May 2
Deadline May 5


Grey Rock Tennis Club


Austin, Texas











Play begins at 10 a.m.
(Travel Stipends Available)


Tennis Club at Berry Creek


Georgetown, Texas



Entry forms must be emailed back to

tjones@texas.usta.com by deadline.

*All wheelchair players must be

USTA members. Join today


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Results: 10 Record(s) Found.

USTA Launches Wheelchair App

A brand-new online mobile app for wheelchair tennis participants worldwide is set to launch on Monday, Nov. 10. The mobile app titled “Wheelchair Tennis Community” launches on that day, open for anyone with a mobile device or tablet to register and join by visiting Apple Inc.’s App Store (iOS) for iPhone and iPad devices or the Google Play Store for Android devices. Read More

Jones Honored By Special Olympics Texas

Special Olympics Texas honored Taylor Helfeldt Jones as the Area 13 Central Texas - Competition Director of the Year for Central Texas. Read More

Backhand & Lobbin’ Run/Roll Wheelchair Event Creates Dynamic Duos

The first USTA Texas summer Run/Roll event of 2014 started off in Georgetown, Texas, at Berry Creek Country Club on Sat., June 14. The tournament’s theme was superheroes, with its title Backhand and Lobbin’. Read More

First International Blind Tennis Congress Meet in McAllen

First International Blind Tennis Congress Meet in McAllen, Texas
Earlier this year, a meeting took place in McAllen, Texas to address enhancing the sport of tennis and what is being done in each country to aid the blind and visually impaired. Miradas de Esperanza hosted representatives from Argentina, Australia, Great Britain Mexico, Spain, Korea and the United States.​ Read More

Texas Wheelchair Tennis Advocate Larry Turner Passes

It is with great sadness that USTA Texas was notified about the passing of Larry Dean Turner, a member of the USTA Texas Wheelchair Committee, mentor and coach of wheelchair sports to hundreds of enthusiastic players. Living in Austin, he died Jan. 19 at the age of 43 while he was doing what he loved the most. Read More

Shaw named to Special Olympics Texas Board of Directors

Amanda Shaw-Knight of Beaumont has been named to the Special Olympics Texas (SOTX) 2014 Board of Directors. She is the 10 and Under Tennis Field Coordinator for the United States Tennis Association Texas Section. She also has extensive coaching experience ... Read More

Houston's Katherine Richards, Team USA to Compete at Australian Championships

New international opportunities for tennis players from the United States with intellectual disability to compete against their peers are growing. Athletes Without Limits provides the pathway for US athletes with intellectual disability to compete at the highest levels of sport. For the first time ever, a team of four U.S. players has been invited to compete at the Australian Championships. Read More

Rockdale Native Dustin Strelsky Selected as Snow Scholarship Winner

Dustin Strelsky, 16, of Rockdale, Texas was selected as one of the first recipients of a Randy Snow Push Forward Foundation (RSPFF) Scholarship
Dustin Strelsky, 16, of Rockdale, Texas was selected as one of the first recipients of a Randy Snow Push Forward Foundation (RSPFF) Scholarship Read More

Corpus Christi Native Javier Molinar on U.S. Deaflympic Team

Javier Molinar from Corpus Christi, Texas competed in the Deaflympics in Sofia, Bulgaria and was part of the U.S. team that consisted of three men and three women. Read More

Texas Adaptive Tennis Updates and 2014 Rule Changes

Beginning in 2014, Adaptive Tennis will consist of five levels: Read More
Results: 10 Record(s) Found.

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