World Champion David Wagner

Wheelchair Tennis Camp for Kids - Free

The Northwest Wheelchair Tennis Association is proud to present a fun day introducing active Kids and Juniors who use wheelchairs to an introduction to tennis and fun day! It takes place June 9th from 10am-2:20pm in Beaverton, OR. The camp day features David Wagner, a world champion wheelchair tennis player, one of our own that came up through the ranks of our program. David Wagner will be competing in the 2012 Paralympics held in London summer 2012. There will also be two seasoned tennis pro's, Debbie Borchers and John Devorrs who will be directing drills along side David Wagner and a compliment of local wheelchair tennis athletes. For more information on David Wagner, see his website at

If you know of an active child 18 and under who uses a wheelchair and would like an introduction to the fastest growing adaptive sport, tell them about this event. It's free and sign up is at

The Northwest Wheelchair Tennis Association is a non-profit, volunteer organization founded in 1988, primarily serving wheelchair athletes in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

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