Walking tennis is a slowed down version of the game. The rules are the same as tennis but a double bounce is permitted and slower balls are used, making it easier to play than the traditional game.
It is an ideal game for those who might consider themselves too unfit, too slow, too old, unable because of injury or not skilled enough to play the full game.
Playing walking tennis can bring real benefits, aside from the physical health gains, players benefit from the boost of being outdoors with the mental health benefits of exercise, interaction with others, and a sense of achievement of developing new skills.
In addition, it offers players the chance to make new friends and can act as a stepping stone to help people progress into the more traditional version of Tennis, or into other sports that they previously thought were out of reach.
To find out more contact Richard Cook
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