Wheelchair badminton is fast becoming a popular sport and is relativley easy to play from a wheelchair without having to adapt the rules. To play at a good level you need to use a sports wheelchair with the best type being a wheelchair tennis chair. They are designed to move and turn quicker which will enable you to get across the court, reach the shuttlecock and overall play a more competitive and better game.Rolling Road Wheelchair
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To the best of our knowledge the rules are the same as non wheelchair badminton – which adds to the growing success of the sport.
Where can I play?
There is a large club in Devon but it appears there are not very many clubs across the UK. If you are looking for wheelchair badminton clubs in the West Midlands, Shropshire, Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Birmingham area and surrounding then please email:
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