Disability Tennis and Inclusion in Tennis
Mark Bullock, expert in inclusive sport and sports development, explains what inclusion in sport means and ways to increase accessibility.
Very few people know more about disability in tennis that Mark Bullock. He’s an expert in Paralympic and disability tennis, inclusive sport and sports development. He is currently an Inclusive Sports Development Advisor, former Wheelchair Tennis Manager for the ITF and General Manager at City of Nottingham Tennis Centre.
In this hour long discussion around disability and inclusion in tennis, Mark Bullock explains:
- What inclusion in sport really means
- What can be done to increase accessibility in tennis for people with a disability
- Some of the lessons he learned from his extensive travels and how that has shaped his understanding of disability
- Calls to action which you can take away from this hour with Mark to help your understanding or implementation of disability tennis
The session is aimed at coaches, managers of tennis facilities and programmes, and those who either have or know someone with a disability.
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