Kansas City No Coast Wheelchair Tennis Program
The Kansas City No Coast (KCNC) wheelchair tennis program is an adaptive tennis program for adults with physical disabilities, who play the game of adaptive tennis at a competitive level, at United States Tennis Association (USTA) sanctioned tournaments throughout the Midwest region - including the US Open. The No Coasters adaptive tennis skills range from the beginner to the advanced. As players compete in tournaments they can accumulate points as they win matches which ultimately improves their national USTA rankings.
Below is the 2020 schedule for the No Coast program.
Practices at the Northland Racquet Club, 306 Tennis Ct., North Kansas City, MO:
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm on Wednesdays, Nov 4 – Dec 16 (No practice on Nov 25 due to the Thanksgiving holiday)
However, the KCNC wheelchair tennis program isn’t all about competition. This program is dedicated to empowering individuals lives through the game of tennis and the No Coast team looks to accomplish that goal by offering a Junior No Coast wheelchair tennis program for kids with physical disabilities and an All Abilities tennis program for individuals of any ability and of any age. All Abilities, if you can swing a racquet you can play!
Click here to learn more about the Junior No Coast program
Click here to learn more about the All Abilities program