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Hope Performance Tennis Foundation ends wheelchair clinic

Hope Performance Tennis Foundation organised a national wheelchair tennis clinic on Tuesday, 21st September, 2021 at the Cape Coast stadium tennis court. The foundation is one of the key partners of Ghana Tennis Federation and a formidable foundation in Ghana Tennis.

A total of thirty (34) players and two national coaches drawn from Greater Accra, Central, Ashanti, Eastern and Western regions took part in the clinic.

A section of the players

The wheelchair tennis clinic is part of the foundation’s flagship program that brings young people through tennis without any form of discrimination together for a high performance tennis teaching techniques and distribution of tennis equipment.

Equipment donated

The Executive Director of the foundation, Mr Cedric Dzelu alluded that, the core activity of the foundation is to empower young people through tennis hence, the clinic will be organised in other three regions.


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