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Wheelchair Tennis

JTCC offers free weekly wheelchair tennis clinics in partnership with MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital, tournaments, special events, integrated programs, and more. Please click the link below to learn more about wheelchair tennis at JTCC.

Contact Head of Wheelchair & Adaptive Tennis Gabby Hesse to learn more about JTCC’s wheelchair tennis program and upcoming events.

Para Standing Tennis

Para Standing Tennis is designed for people with physical disabilities who prefer to play standing, including people with limb loss/differences and people with limited mobility (Multiple Sclerosis, Traumatic Brain Injury, Blind/Visually Impaired, Stroke, Cerebral Palsy, etc.)

This program is led by JTCC adaptive coach Karl Lee, who has extensive experience in working with people with disabilities through providing rehabilitative tennis instruction. 

Please click the link below to learn more about Para Standing Tennis at JTCC.

Special Olympics Tennis

JTCC began its partnership with Special Olympics Maryland in 2014 with weekly clinics held every spring, facilitated by student-athletes in the JTCC Champions program. The program was expanded in 2018 to include year-round weekly training sessions along with multiple events and tournaments.

The Special Olympics Maryland tennis team consists of 15 athletes who train at JTCC. Four Special Olympics athletes in this group won multiple medals at the Special Olympics Team USA Games in Seattle, WA in July, 2018.

Please click the link below to learn more about Special Olympics Tennis at JTCC.


In the summer of 2018, the Tennis Corps program was born out of a partnership between JTCC and ThanksUSA, an organization that supports military families. Tennis Corps is a tennis mentoring program that connects junior tennis players with military veterans, creating an environment of positive role models and community engagement.

JTCC offers a free weekly clinic year-round to veterans and active duty military service members and their families on Thursdays from 12-2 pm, led by former nationally ranked top 10 wheelchair tennis player Brenda Gilmore with the assistance of JTCC Champions program student-athletes. This clinic serves as rehabilitation for veterans suffering from mental and/or physical disabilities and promotes social interaction and camaraderie.

Please click the link below to learn more about Veterans Tennis Corps at JTCC.